Classroom 11

5-9 Year Olds
  • Class Overview

  • Classroom 11

    Room 11 is a school-age, self-contained classroom ranging from Kindergarten to Grade 2. We utilize techniques of Applied Behavior Analysis (individual visual schedules, discrete trial training, 3-step compliance, forward and backward chaining and task analysis) throughout our school day to assist in the acquisition and generalization of academic and social skills. Other curriculum strategies such as Handwriting Without Tears and Touch Math, as well as music and arts and crafts are infused to help enhance and individualize our program.

    • Age Group:
      5-9 Year Olds
    • Class Size:
      8 Children
    • Health Care

      There is a Health Care Office that provides daily health checks of students. Office staff has been approved to administer medication.

    • Curriculum

      Thanks to grants, each classroom uses Handwriting Without Tears and TouchMath curriculum.

    • School Calendar

      Crossroads establishes and follows a school calendar similar to public school systems (Click Here)

    • Security

      Crossroads is a secure building with restricted access.

    • Technology

      Classrooms and therapists use computers and iPads in daily lessons.

    • Library Time

      Crossroads has our own library that classrooms can visit. In addition, we visit the neighboring Schenectady County branch.

  • Class Educators

    With education and experience in early childhood care
    • Mak Tierney
      Special Ed Teacher Room 11.
      Phone: (518) 280-0083
    • Anna Noonan
      Teaching Assistant Room 11.
      Phone: (518) 280-0083
    • Danielle Winning
      Behavior Technician; Teaching Assistant Room 11.
      Phone: (518) 280-0083
    • Kevin Rushia
      Teaching Assistant, Room 11, Behavior Technician.
      Phone: (518) 280-0083
    • Nora Conklin
      Teaching Assistant, Room 11, Phone: (518) 280-0083
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