About Laremont School
Laremont School is a center-based school that provides services for students with severe/profound and multiple disabilities.
Laremont utilizes a curriculum that encompasses all areas - literacy, math, science and social studies topics - for students with significant disabilities. Curricular activities are concrete and frequently include a sensory component. The use of technology is embedded in the curricular lessons.
The teaching of functional skills, with particular emphasis placed upon communication, activities of daily living, recreation/leisure skills and vocational skills are also included in each student’s day. When appropriate, instruction includes structured mobility trips into the community. Social/emotional and behavior support is provided as needed on an individual bases.
Therapy and instructional goals are developed in a collaborative effort by each student's team, led by the classroom teacher. Therapy services are provided in an integrated and collaborative model, with specific enabling activities and equipment incorporated into the classroom routine.
Laremont School encourages parents to participate in the provision of quality educational services by becoming involved with parent support groups, the Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO), or by attending the many informational programs offered throughout the school year.
School Hours: 8:45-2:30