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Ground Breaking for New Bankbridge Child Development Center Slated School will focus on children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Ground Breaking for New Bankbridge Child Development Center Slated
School will focus on children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

WHAT: The Gloucester County Board of Chosen Freeholders and Gloucester County Special Services School District will host a ground breaking ceremony for the new Bankbridge Development Center. The school is being built for multiply disabled students with a focus on Autism on the grounds of Gloucester County College. This regional school will serve up to 200 students from pre-school age to age 21 and result in at least a $25,000 savings annually per child for the sending school district.

WHEN: Friday, May 5th 12 noon

WHERE: Next to the Gloucester County Office of Education, 1492 Tanyard Road, Sewell (please use their parking lot)

WHO: Freeholder Director Stephen M. Sweeney
Freeholder Deputy Director Damminger
Freeholder Joseph A. Brigandi, Jr., Education liaison
Marlene A. McConnell, GCSSSD Board President
Frederick Keating, Superintendent
Parents of children who will attend the school