Moses Field is a center-based program designed for students ages 3 through 14. Students who are serviced by this program must have an Individualized Educational Plan for moderate to severe cognitive impairment of Autism. The curriculum focus entails Corrective Reading/Reading Mastery, Mathematics, Social Skills Training, Activities of Daily Living, Recycling, Special Olympics, Art, Adaptive Physical Education and Music Therapy. Students also receive in-school support services in the form of Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, School Social Work, Nursing and Speech and Language Instruction.
The core values of Moses Field School include “students first.” This culture of the school creates a nurturing, caring and safe environment where students have positive support to foster student achievement. All students can learn, but not at the same rate or in the same way. Students’ fundamental needs are addressed to make their lives more meaningful and to equip them with skills to participate in and make contributions to the communities in which they live.
Moses Field is a model school, serving students with special needs, by implementing programs and services to prepare students for successful transition to high school. Students will be equipped with 21st Century Learning through the use of researched-based instructional practices and adaptive technology.
Moses Field is a school where staff, parents and community partners collaborate to ensure that “Every Day Is a Day of Learning.” This statement serves as the guiding principle to ensure that each child has the opportunity to make a positive observable change in the way they learn, communicate and participate in all phases of school, home and their communities.
About the Principal
LeTanya Dandridge is a proud graduate of Detroit Public Schools (Nichols Elementary School, Whitney Young Middle School and Murray-Wright High School). She has over 19 years of experience with instructing and leading schools for students with special needs in the area of Cognitive Impairment and Autism. She has experience in preparing students for successful transition to high school and post-secondary special education programs.