Welcome to the Pathway program for children with Autism at Franklin Avenue Middle School. Our students work in a 2:1 setting using the principles of Applied Behavioral Analysis. All of the students work is tailored to their individual needs.
The students attend a daily physical education class as well as some of the cycle classes offered. Community-based instruction occurs on a weekly basis with 1-2 walking trips within the Franklin Lakes community and 1 bus trip to work on functional academics, leisure/recreational skills and behavior skills within the community.
We celebrate our children's individuality each day!
Ms. Lenart has been teaching in the district for 15 years. During this time she worked in the CAPS program teaching students in grades 3-5 grades before moving to the middle school. She has a BA in Sociology from Keene State College, her Teacher Of The Handicapped Certificate from William Paterson University, a Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis from UMASS Lowell and a Masters in Curriculum and Instruction from NOVA University.