Gallery: LearningSpring School for Autistic Students in NYC Earns LEED ...

Image courtesy of Platt Byard Dovell White Architects
The first two stories are reserved for the lunch room, gymnasium and library while the upper six stories are divided. Two are for lower school classrooms, two are for shared therapy and special education spaces, and two are for the upper classrooms.

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  1. Russell Hornig-Rohan May 16, 2012 at 4:07 pm

    My name is Rusty. I am the database and spreadsheets manager for The Global Autism Project. I am an adult with autism. I am twenty-six almost twenty-seven. I found this article interesting because when I was in public schools I always had help whenever I was unsure of how to interact with other people inside and outside of the classrooms. I also found this article interesting because public and private schools have gotten plenty of honors for all of the work that the people have done to help people with autism do well in school. I want to let all of the families here know about The Paddle. The Paddle gives people and their families and friends a chance to go kayaking; many of them for the first time in their lives. We always need new volunteers. The Paddle for Autism Awareness is taking place on Saturday August 4th from 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. at Valentino Park on Coffey Street in Red Hook, Brooklyn. http://www.globalautismproject.org/