Autism has become something of an epidemic, especially in children. About 50 years ago, autism was not nearly as prevalent as it is now. In fact, the Centers for Disease […]
Everyone has different ways of learning. Some people learn better through listening or visual cues, while others need a more hands-on approach to understand certain concepts. Students with special needs […]
Autism spectrum disorders are estimated by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to affect one in 50 school-age children in the United States. Characterized by restricted and repetitive behavior and […]
Deron I will host regional workshop presented by SPAN (Statewide Parental Advocacy Network) on Thursday, June 4th from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Entitled Look To The Future: Transition from School […]
Montclair Film Festival to feature a film showcasing the unique perspective of teens on the spectrum in the film How To Dance In Ohio. Sat, May 2 – 2:45 PM […]
Sex Education for your Special Needs Child” will be presented at the Deron School (Union, NJ Campus) on Thursday, April 16, 2015 from 6:30-8:00 PM. Ms. Michelle Brill, M.P.H., from […]
Please Note: The staff in-service day has been changed from March 13th to March 20th. School will be in session on March 13th & will be closed on March 20th.
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Please make note of the following dates for upcoming events – Please call Deron I (908-206-0444) or Deron II (973-509-2777) for specifics. DERON I (Union) May 28th-Spring Concert May 30th- […]
Now is the time to make preparations to attend one of Deron School’s 2014 Extended School Year Programs. This year’s ESY programs at Deron I and Deron II will run […]