The Children's Institute will be holding a fashion jewelry sale on Friday, Nov. 30 from 5-9 p.m at their new Livingston campus, located at 6 Regent St.
The school, originally based in Verona and now expanded to Livingston, runs programs for students 3 to 21 years old that helps them overcome learning, language or social and emotional challenges to reach their full potential as adults.
In October, the school opened the doors of its new 42,000-square foot facility in Livingston. The new school is comprised of a secondary program that offers students the opportunity to learn in a more typical high school environment.
Also included on the Livingston campus is The Center for Independence, a day program which teaches important life skills such as cooking, cleaning, maintaining independence as well as vocational skills, counseling and behavioral supports.
The facility houses 12 classrooms, computer lab, science lab, instructional television studio, life skills apartment, reading lab, culinary instructional kitchen, career education rooms, fitness center, conference rooms and a separate wing for adults attending The Center for Independence.
Although the school receives funding for tuition, the school is a nonprofit organization and needs funds to continue its highly advanced and varied programs, said Gaye R. Pecker of TCI.
"The parents and teachers of the school are excited to be in the new space in Livingston and have decided to open the "Jewelry Night Out" to the public," said Pecker.
Residents are invited to come see the new building, shop great trendy jewelry, enjoy wine and refreshments in support of this wonderful school that serves a very special population, Pecker said in a statement.