About Crossroads School

Crossroads School is an innovative public school for children between the ages of 3-14 with Autism Spectrum Disorder focused on the development of sensory integration, communication, socialization and problem solving skills.These key components are differentiated to the age and developmental level of students enrolled in Preschool , Elementary and Middle School utilizing a combined cognitive-developmental and behavioral approach.

Mission Statement
Crossroads School is committed to helping students reach their fullest potential through rigorous instruction, community-based field experience and a collaborative approach,  fostering individual student learning, communication and functional independence.

Reed Leibfried, Principal
Melissa McLaughlin, Supervisor of Instruction

Commission News

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Sensory Integration Therapy at Westlake School
Specialized therapy equipment helps students improve sensory processing skills.
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LMA Students Learn to "Think First" About Safety
A representative from Think First NJ, an injury prevention program sponsored by Kessler Institute of Rehabilitation, met with LMA students on October 6, 2016 to discuss positive choices as part of the “Week of Respect”.
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Project Search
Project SEARCH Program Begins at Overlook Hospital
Overlook Medical Center in Summit is hosting nine high school students with significant disabilities as part of UCESC's innovative high school transition program.
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Program Highlights

HIB Information

District Anti-Bullying Coordinator
Mr. John Marquet

Crossroads School Anti-Bullying Specialist

Ms. Elaine Liggeri

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Anti-Bullying Policy and HIB Grades 

HIB Policy

HIB Grade Report

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