“Discovering the unique potential within every child is our mission.”
At P.G. Chambers School, “discovering potential” is at the heart of our mission, inspiring us to provide the best, most
comprehensive special education and therapy programs for children with disabilities and developmental delays and
inclusive early education for children with and without disabilities. P.G. Chambers School changes the lives of children by
instilling a love of learning, encouraging independence, and most importantly, developing unshakable self-confidence.
P.G. Chambers School Goals
To reach beyond best-practice and offer innovative services for children and families
To continuously improve quality, collaboration, and sustainability
To conscientiously prepare PGCS for the future
To be effective advocates for children with disabilities
To ensure that PGCS can meet the challenges of changing economic and educational environments through the development of resources
P.G. Chambers School is a community of diverse learners where each student learns in a different way, requires different supports, and has unique gifts to share.
The educational programs begin in early childhood, with an inclusive option for children with and without disabilities, six weeks to five years of age, through Kids Count Child Care. Programs continue with a singular focus on services for children with disabilities in the preschool, elementary, and middle school. These programs support students’ overall development and challenge their learning. At P.G. Chambers School, students make measurable improvements in all areas of the curriculum, develop confidence in their own abilities and, at the right time, participate in their community schools.
P.G. Chambers School is recognized, in New Jersey and across the nation, not only for the exceptional quality of its special education and therapy programs, but also for the training and continuing education that it provides for special educators, parents, therapists, and paraprofessionals. Based on the school mission of helping children reach their maximum potential, there is a strong commitment to preparing professionals and improving the expertise of those who work with this population.
P.G. Chambers School is one of the region’s most important nonprofit community organizations, earning the support of esteemed individuals from both the private and public sectors. It is also a first-choice referral for most area physicians, hospitals, school districts, and community social service agencies. The school’s programs reach children from a ten-county area of northern New Jersey.
By Janet Michalowski, RN, BSN, CSN When asked, “What ﬁeld of nursing are you in?” the answer to that question is, “I am a school nurse” but I quickly add “for children with multiple disabilities.” P.G. Chambers School nurses are unique on many levels. We are a staﬀ of four
By Kathleen DeSantis, Director of Development To Do Lists . . . We All Have Them. At this time of year, it is easy to get consumed by your to do lists. Planning holiday gatherings and gifts, sending cards, decorating, baking, attending activities for children and grandchildren, taking care of
Last year, P.G. Chambers School began an exciting endeavor; a collaborative high school program in partnership with Randolph Public Schools called “PG RISE at Randolph.” The program, now in its second year, is a public school placement for students with multiple disabilities. PG RISE at Randolph stands for: R– Realizing
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