Visiting Timothy School
One of the best ways to learn about The Timothy School is to schedule a visit. You will have the opportunity to see the classrooms, hear about our teaching methodologies, and ask any questions that you may have. Quarterly tours are scheduled throughout the academic year. Dates can be found on our events page. We also offer private or small group tours if you are unable to attend a prescheduled tour. Click here if you would like to schedule a private tour, or Contact Jackie Mellinger at email@example.com if you’d like to register for one of the tour dates. **Please note all tours will be virtual during the 2020-2021 school year due to COVID-19 precautions.
The admissions process begins with the student’s home school district submitting a referral packet to The Timothy School. The referral packet should include a referral letter from the school district, a current Evaluation/Re-evaluation report, a psychiatric evaluation with a diagnosis of Autism, an Individualized Educational Plan (IEP), and any additional background information such as specialists’ reports and medical information. Referrals can be mailed to the school, or emailed to Sarah Greim at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once the referral is received, our intake team will review the packet to determine if The Timothy School may have an appropriate placement for your child. If it is determined that we may be able to enroll your child, an intake session will be scheduled with both you and your child. It is in these sessions that you will meet with the multidisciplinary team for a brief interview regarding your child’s current educational placement and progress. The intake team will then work with your child while you have the opportunity to tour the school with our social worker.
After the intake, we will notify you within 48 hours as to whether or not our program will meet your child’s needs. If we have an appropriate placement, your child’s start date will be established. If we do not have an appropriate placement, we will discuss alternatives that you should consider in seeking an educational program for your child.