Project Soar - Carmel

Project Soar

Our preschool offers an educational program for preschoolers which includes special education services, speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy and counseling within an integrated educational environment for children with special needs as well as those without. Each classroom is taught by New York state-certified special education teachers, with experienced and certified teaching assistants that help in the implementation of the Creative Curriculum. We use a proactive approach to achieve positive behaviors which is focused on teaching and acknowledging positive behaviors to ensure that students are safe, kind and responsible.

Our Classrooms

Our classrooms are bright, colorful, full of language development and language stimulation, nurturing, and open to endless possibilities for student exploration and “hands-on” learning. We embrace the early childhood policies of Easterseals, that include providing an educationally stimulating classroom environment enriched with language stimulation and positive behavior management strategies.

Creative Curriculum

We currently offer 4 classrooms and an additional gym space. Our curriculum focuses on using the strengths of the students to build self- esteem and the important preschool skills of socialization, language development, academic readiness and motor development.

Who do we serve?

Project Soar serves Dutchess, Putnam and Westchester counties. We provide a full-day program each weekday from 8:30am to 2:00pm.
We follow the Carmel Central School District calendar. Children attending Project Soar receive a healthy snack in the morning as well as a snack before they go home. Parents provide a lunch for their child each day.

For more information, please contact:

Diana DeVenuto - Director
Phone: 845-835-3100

FERPA - The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act

FERPA is the federal law that gives parents the right to access their child’s education records, the right to have their child’s education record amended and some control over the release of personally identifiable information found in the child’s education record. When the child turns 18 years or enters post-secondary education, these rights transfer to the child. 
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