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Stanley S Lamm Preschool

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Stanley S Lamm Preschool

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  • Review submitted via the PSP Daycare/Preschool 2016 Survey

    Program: UPK Age: 4-5 years Review: Great facilities including rooftop playground and indoor gym; good teachers; small, friendly setting. Some turnover in the administration in the last year but overall the school has been great.
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    My 4 yr old son has attended Lamm since last September. It's a very solid program, and he's having a great year. He loves his all this teachers and therapists: they are gentle, warm, playful and above all, nurturing. While it's primarily a CPSE (committee on preschool special education) school, they do have slots for neighborhood kids to fill for UPK in their "integrated" classes. The integrated classes have 15 kids, 1 teacher and 1 TA, and this type of class is made of 1/2 special education kids who have mild speech or other developmental delays, and 1/2 "neurotypical" kids, which is similar to the CTT model of public schools. The administration puts a lot of effort into making it a real preschool; it's not at all clinical. They have frequent organized events (Halloween party, Thanksgiving, a Christmas party, multicultural celebration) and school-wide trips (Puppetworks, to the theatre at the college of Staten Island, a couple weeks ago was the Staten Island zoo, this week is the NY Aquarium). They have a great music teacher, an art teacher, and they have dance therapy and gym time. There's also an outdoor playground on the roof. The facilities are new -- they moved from downtown Brooklyn to Bishop Ford high school in the summer of 2009 -- and the whole school is spotlessly clean and well-maintained. It's been a great school for my son, and I would highly recommend it. (may, 2010)