Public School 37 Richmond Parent Page
15 Fairfield Street, SINY 10308
Great Kills High School
110 Shafter Avenue, SINY 10308
Family Worker (GKHS): Rene Panzella
School Assessment: Francesca Maresca
Summer 2017 Events
July 5: First day of summer school for students.
July 26: Care for the Caregiver Workshop at IBR.
August 15: Last day of summer school.
Parent Resource Links
After School and Respite Programs
AHRC Respite Services: AHRC provides out-of-home and in-home respite opportunities.
AHRC Weekend/Recreational Activities: These age-appropriate activities take place in the five boroughs of New York City on a year-round basis.
A Very Special Place After-School Respite: The respite program is on Wednesdays and Fridays, after school until 5:30pm.
Community Resources OTPS Recreation Program: The program is available to anyone who is 14 years or older, waiver eligible, and resides at home with family or 24-hour non-supervised IRAs.
Eden II Genesis After-School Programs
JCC Summer Day Camp for Children with Special Needs: Marvinís Camp for children with special needs provides an educational, creative, socially and emotionally safe environment for children and teens with special needs.
Minds at Play Staten Island Respite Program: Saturday Respite Program for parents of children with special needs, ages 3-6. 9am-1pm, 2 Saturdays each month.
Richmond County Day Camp: Located at Mount Loretto.
6581 Hylan Blvd. (718) 761-1492
Richmond Music: Music Therapy Social Skills
Sessions: For children with autism spectrum disorders and
children with developmental delays.
Rock Stars Rising: Rockstars Rising is a program that was developed to help individuals who have been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) as well as individuals with developmental delays.
Staten Island Academy Day Camp: Day Camp Dates for 2017: June 12-August 18. Closed July 3 and July 4
Staten Island Day Camp: College of Staten Island (800) 301-2267
UCP Project Connect of NYC: Recreational Activities: UCP of NYC helps individuals gain confidence, navigate their world with increased independence and develop meaningful friendships.
We Rock The Spectrum Kid's Gym: We Rock The Spectrum Kid's Gym was founded to provide a place for children of all ability levels to play and grow together.
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