Project Child Find
The district offers free
services to preschool aged children with special needs.
Screening, professional guidance and an education program,
if needed, are all available, free of charge, through the
district. If you know of a child who may have a problem,
please call Kristy Green, the Director of Special Services,
at (856) 848-8200 x221. All information is strictly
Use the following
developmental checklist to help you determine if your child
could benefit from a special education program and seek help
When a family is concerned that
a child may be developmentally or educationally delayed, the
first thing they want is more information. Professionals who
work with the child and family may also need information -
important information that can help ensure that services are
in place to meet the child's educational needs.
The New Jersey State Department
of Education has established Project CHILD FIND, a free
public awareness and referral service, to assist families,
professionals and interested individuals by identifying
available early intervention, preschool disabilities and
special education programs and services throughout New
To learn more about Project CHILD FIND:
Information through Project
CHILD FIND may be obtained by calling the toll-free number,
1-800-322-8174, which is in service 7 days a week, 24-hours
a day. All calls received are confidential.
*Project CHILD FIND is a
service of the New Jersey Department of Education to help
identify under-served disabled children birth to 21 years of
age. Project CHILD FIND is funded through a grant from the
United States Department of Education.