1202 Eleventh Avenue, Dorothy, NJ 08317
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Child Find

If you are noticing any problems in your preschool child such as:

  • By age 4, your child is not talking in short sentences
  • Your child’s speech and/or language is not understood by people outside your family.
  • Your child talks in very loud or very soft voice.
  • Your child seems frustrated by simple tasks.

Help is available! To find out if your preschool child (age 3-5) is eligible for a free screening and special education program, contact the Weymouth Township School Child Study Team at 609-476-3921.

Emergency Hotline Numbers:

  • Alcoholics Anonymous: 800-604-4357
  • Child Care Hotline: 800-332-9227
  • Family Help Line: 800-THE-KIDS (for stressed Parents)
  • NJ Drug Hotline 800-894-4357
  • Teen Choice Program
    Buena Regional High School In-School –service for Counseling 856-697-2400 ext. 8240


Do You Know?
Atlantic County Family Centers provide children and families with a comprehensive range of services including: Mental Health, medical and dental, employment services, substance abuse, housing assistance and several additional special programs designed to assist children and families.

  • EHT Community Centers - Children & Families Initiative - Egg Harbor Township - 609-569-0376
  • Hammonton Family Center - Children & Families Initiative - Hammonton - 609-567-2900
  • Pleasantville Family Center - Pleasantville - 609-272-8800
Basic Skills
The Basic Skills teachers use a variety of materials appropriate for each learner, such as McGraw-Hill Reading Skills Intervention and Math-Bridging the Gap, Daily Review Exercises, and various supplemental workbooks. There is wide-spread use of manipulatives, educational games, and computer software during class sessions.Remedial Math and Language Arts Literacy Instruction is offered to all qualifying students in grades K-8 in order to increase academic achievement. Students qualify for the program based on multiple measures such as PARCC and district approved benchmark performance, by being recommended by a teacher, and/or by earning poor report card grades. Instruction occurs as either a pull-out session or a push-in lesson within the regular classroom. A School-Home Compact is signed at the beginning of each school year by students in the program, their parents, and the BSI teacher to assure that each participant is aware of his/her responsibilities.
District Wide Parent Involvement Policy

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