Riker Hill Elementary School 31 Blackstone Dr, Livingston, NJ07039 About 420 students in grades K-5 attend Riker Hill Elementary School. As at other public elementary schools in…More Livingston, the staff at the school follow the district's philosophy of implementing developmentally appropriate practices while challenging each child to reach his or her potential and develop appropriate skills and a positive self-image.
Hillside Elementary School was built in 1954. Since then, the school has undergone many renovations, including the…More addition of a new library. The K-5 school currently has 421 students.
Hillside's school theme for the 2009-2010 school year is Hillside Kids have H.E.A.R.T., which stands for helpful, empathetic, accepting, responsible, working together.
Harrison Elementary School 148 N Livingston Ave, Livingston, NJ07039 The Harrison School serves approximately 550 students in grades K-5, offering basic education, enrichment opportunities…More and special needs programs. The school is named after Amos W. Harrison, a life-long Livingston resident and former president of the Board of Education. Harrison School's mascot is the hawk, and the school colors are blue and gold.
Stepping Stones is an early childhood program and elementary school for children who are infants and up to the age of…More ten. Located at Trinity Covenant Church, the school's curricula are specially designed for children with Down Syndrome or other cognitive impairments. The goal of this program and school is to encourage children to reach their highest potentials and developmental skills.
This school has a staff of certified special education teachers, as well speech, occupational and physical therapists and a team of trained volunteer aides, all of whom make a one-on-one learning experience possible for each and every child that attends Stepping Stones. Each student has an individually tailored education plan, that is developed by his or her school district's Child Study Team in collaboration with the parents.
The Stepping Stones Transdisciplinary Team evaluates prospective students to determine their eligibility for the program. Tuition is paid by parents on a sliding scale basis. Pre-kindergarten and primary grade students receive sponsorship and transportation services from their local school districts.