• Project Child Find

    Project Child Find is a free referral service and public awareness campaign to assist in the identification of unserved/underserved youth ages 3-21 years old who may be disabled due to physical, sensory, emotional, communication, cognitive or social difficulties. The public school system provides services for preschool children between the ages of three and five. Preschoolers who demonstrate delays in the development of motor, communication, social emotional or cognitive skills may be eligible for special education and related services.

    Parents who have questions about the eligibility of their child are encouraged to contact the Plumsted Township Department of Special Services by calling Lynn Kukoda, Administrative Assistant to the Director of Special Services at 609 758-6800 X2173.

    The NJ Early Intervention System provides services for infants and toddlers (from birth to the child’s third birthday) who have developmental delays or disabilities as well as support for the families.

    For children 3-21 years of age, the school district provides free appropriate public education (FAPE) for eligible students.

    How to make a referral:

    If you would like to request an evaluation for special education and related services, send a written request to:

    Director of Special Services
    Plumsted Township Child Study Team Office
    115 Evergreen Road
    New Egypt, NJ 08533

    Please be sure to include your child’s name, date of birth, address, phone number and suspected or known disability.

    After receiving your written request, the Plumsted Township Child Study Team has twenty days to hold a meeting with you. At this meeting, you and the team will decide if an evaluation is warranted and what the evaluation will include.

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