The NRESC affords a wealth of services to help educational districts and their students succeed:
- Coordinated Transportation
- Pompton Lakes Day Care Center
- Riverdale After-School Care Program
- Non-public Nursing Services
- Summer School
- After-school High School Credit-Recovery Program
- Supplemental Education Services
- Therapist Services
- Professional Development
- Substitute Teacher Registry
- One-on-One Aides
- 192/193 Services
- Miscellaneous Services
NRESC provides transportation for public school regular and special education students, in or out of county. We also provide non-public transportation services.
Operating year-round, the center provides full-day services to pre-school and kindergarten children, in addition to providing before and after school care for elementary students at two school-based sites
Pompton Lakes Day Care Center
235 Wanaque Avenue
Pompton Lakes 07442
The Riverdale After-School Care Program is operated by the staff of the Pompton Lakes Day Care Center. The program offers After-School Care Pre-K through fifth grade students at the Riverdale School.
Riverdale After-School Care Program
52 Newark-Pompton Turnpike
The NRESC provides mandated nursing services to various private/parochial schools across the county for several districts including the Paterson School District. Our nurses ensure that required services are provided to the students.
NRESC operates summer schools in the Clifton, Kearny, Pompton Lakes, and Wayne school districts. These programs allow students to remediate academic weaknesses, recover credit for courses in which they were unsuccessful during the academic year or take advantage of enrichment courses.
District Provided Locations
This after-school program for high school students is offered both fall and spring semesters, allowing your students to receive credit for courses in which they were previously unsuccessful.
After-school High School Credit-Recovery Program
45 Reinhardt Road
As an approved SES provider, NRESC offers additional academic instruction in languages arts literacy, mathematics and science to students who are eligible for services. This program, provided within your district, gives your students the opportunity to increase their level of academic achievement.
Supplemental Education Services
District Provided Locations
County-wide NRESC fills district needs for specialized personnel including: Speech/Language Pathologist, Occupational Therapists, COTAs, Physical Therapists, Certified ABA Behaviorist, SAC, and CST evaluation teams.
NRESC can provide support to districts implementing CBI or expanding their pre-school programs. We have appropriately certified staff for professional development workshops on a variety of topics including: Bloodborne Pathogens, Asthma management, CPI training, Infusing Therapies (OT, PT, Speech) within the classroom, ABA Implementation, coaching.
The Substitute Registry provides highly qualified substitute teachers for eight school districts in Passaic County. In keeping up with today’s technology, NRESC uses the online service called AESOP, which provides teachers, administrators and substitutes immediate access 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to enter or view assignments.
Substitute Teacher Registry
45 Reinhardt Road
The NRESC can provide your school district with high-quality, part-time one-on-one aides/paraprofessionals for your academic needs throughout the school year, as well as during any summer school or extended school year (ESY) programs.
New Jersey's Chapter 192 and Chapter 193 programs are provided to eligible students enrolled full-time in non-public elementary and secondary schools in New Jersey. Chapter 192 programs provide non-public students with auxiliary services such as compensatory education, English as a second language, and home instruction. Chapter 193 programs provide non-public school students with remedial services such as evaluation and determination of eligibility for special education and related services, supplementary instruction, and speech-language services.
Students in non-public schools receive compensatory education, supplemental instruction, English as a Second Language, and speech-language services from certified teachers employed by the Northern Region Educational Services Commission. Specialized Services are provided to eligible students both through 192/193 and Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA) statutes.
N.J.S.A. 18A:46A-1 et seq. (Chapter 192, Laws of 1977) authorizes the provision of auxiliary services to students enrolled full-time in non-public elementary and secondary schools in the state: "The Legislature hereby finds and determines that the welfare of the state requires that present and future generations of school-age children be assured the opportunity to develop to the fullest of their intellectual capacities. It is the intent of the Legislature to insure that the State shall furnish on an equal basis auxiliary services to all students in the state in both public and non-public schools."
N.J.S.A. 18A:46-19.1 et seq. (Chapter 193, laws of 1977) authorizes the provision of remedial services for handicapped students enrolled full-time in non-public elementary and secondary schools in the state: "The Legislature hereby finds and determines that the security and welfare of the state require that all school-age children be assured the fullest possible opportunity to develop their intellectual capabilities. In order to achieve this objective it is the intent of the Legislature to require that State and local communities identify and provide remedial services for handicapped children in both public and non-public schools."
- Before and After Care Programs
- Home Instruction
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- 1:1 Paraprofessionals