Mrs. Boyle received her BA from Douglass College, Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ. Upon completion from college, she attended William Paterson University to receive her Teacher of the Handicapped certification, as well as her Master's with a concentration in developmental disabilities. She has had the pleasure of working within the Franklin Lakes school district for the past 14 years serving as a Special Education teacher within the CAPS program, primary SLD program, the CRS Resource Program and most recently the secondary SLD classroom at WAS.
In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and 3 beautiful daughters. Together we enjoy outdoor activities such as; hiking, camping, fishing, swimming, and building sandcastles on the beach. On the rare occasions when she is by herself, Mrs. Boyle enjoys, running, reading, cooking and baking.
I'm looking forward to a wonderful school year!
Philosophy of the Special Education Program in the Franklin Lakes School District
“If he cannot learn the way we teach, we had better teach the way he can learn.” - Robert Buck
The special Education teachers of Franklin Lakes Public Schools believe in success for all children. We are dedicated to providing a safe and nurturing environment in which each child has the opportunity to reach his or her fullest potential. Learning is an individual process in which each child will have the optimum opportunity to develop academically, socially, and emotionally. We strive to foster individual strengths while developing areas in need of more support. We support students through a variety of specialized instructional strategies, techniques and materials.
The teachers in the Franklin Lakes Special Education Program focus on student achievement through the implementation of scientifically research-based curriculum that reflects best practices in special education. Comprehensive assessments are also used in order to establish data-driven goals and objectives to guide individual student success. The IEP is the cornerstone of the student’s program. We implement the IEP to meet the specific needs of each student in our programs. We are consistently mindful of the specific accommodations and modifications that will help our students reach success in both special and general education programs.
As a group, we philosophically believe in the movement to give special needs students’ greater access to general education classes. Our goal is to strengthen our relationship with our general education colleagues through the in-class support model. The establishment of this partnership, while maintaining our identity as special educators, will create greater opportunities for student success now and in the future. We are committed to excellence and making a significant difference in the lives of students challenged by the classroom setting.