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Employers Seeking STEM Students with Special Needs — STEM Careers

People with disabilities who want to pursue careers in STEM fields find themselves at an opportune time. Four years ago, the Federal Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) and the National Council on Disability (NCD) hosted a dialogue entitled Encouraging People with Disabilities to Pursue Careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). It projected that […]

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Alumni Day and Parent Presentation

On Monday, August 13, we will be hosting our annual Alumni Day and end-of-summer Family Picnic at Carteret Park, located on Carteret Avenue, just 8 blocks down from our school building. Before the picnic, at 9:30 AM, in the Gateway School gym, we are pleased to announce that we will have a special speaker, Ms. […]

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Lunch and Learn: Swim Team

This past Wednesday, Gateway School hosted a Lunch and Learn inviting parents and districts to watch the movie, Swim Team. Below is a description on the movie about these young men and their great achievements that occur during their time on the swim team. In New Jersey, the parents of a boy on the autism […]

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Basketball Tournament

Gateway School participated in a Hockey Tournament at Tab Ramos in Aberdeen, Matawan against our Sister Schools: The Harbor School & Alpha School on Tuesday, March 20th, 2018.   The Adaptive Physical Education Teachers from all three schools collaboratively made a list of a few selected students who have been working on their gross motor […]

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Multi-Cultural Day

On Friday, March 16th, 2018 our elementary and middle school students participated in Multi-Cultural Day. The students began this assignment last week with the collaboration between the families and teachers. Once the students had their country, they began researching the country in our STEM Lab.   After completing all the research, the students began their […]

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St. Patrick’s Day Dance

The students at the Gateway School had a fun time at the St. Patrick’s Day Dance. Each class had a huge role in making the dance happen! The students worked on having responsibility when given a specific task.   The high-schoolers shopped at ShopRite and worked on their daily life skills (etc. money, communication) to […]

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