New Story Throop
New Story schools are private schools, licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Education. We offer emotional support and autistic support classrooms for children ages 5 to 21 years with serious and complex educational and behavioral challenges. Students come to New Story when they are no longer reaching their potential in the public school setting,
New Story has strong relationships with local school districts. We work closely with the district to find the best educational and behavioral programs for each student referred to us.
A referral for placement can be made at any time. Students do not have to begin at the start of a calendar period or quarter, but can be enrolled anytime at New Story.
Together, the Individual Education Program (IEP) team determines the educational placement of a student. We work collaboratively with the school district in order to decide if New Story will meet a child’s academic and behavioral needs.
Funding for the student’s educational placement will be arranged through the home school district along with transportation services. If deemed medically necessary, children attending New Story schools may also receive behavioral health services funded through the Medical Assistance Program and/or private insurance.
For more information regarding admissions, please contact Dina Newberry, Special Education Director for New Story Throop at 570-285-7709 x 7102 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Carina Baldacci, Clinical Director for New Story Throop at 570-285-7709 x 7106 or email@example.com.
Our students are diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Emotional Disturbance, and other developmental disabilities from ages 5-21.
ABA (Behavior Consulting), Occupation Therapy, Speech Therapy, Counseling, and Crisis Intervention
Carina Baldacci, MA, BCBA, LBS (Clinical Director)
751 Keystone Industrial Park Road
Throop, Pa 18512