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Livingston, NJ: School adds "much needed extra space" for autism services

Dec 18, 2019, Livingston, NJ Patch: Academy360 School In Livingston Cuts Ribbon On New Addition A Livingston school recently celebrated the opening of a 20,000 square foot addition that will help it provide extra services for local students with special needs…. A program of the nonprofit Spectrum360, the expansion furthers the organization's goal of providing increased services for individuals on the autism spectrum, administrators stated in a news release. The new addition includes much-needed extra space for classrooms, specialist areas, sports and extracurricular activities for students and adults attending its high school and young adult program, administrators said…. Also attending the ceremony was Rosie Driscoll, outreach specialist for U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez, Livingston deputy mayor Fufino "Rudy" Fernandez and Livingston town council members Shawn Klien and Michael Vieira.


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