IVDU Elementary School Program specializes in serving female students in Brooklyn and co-ed in Long Island, with a broad range of special needs. Our schools provide a comprehensive Judaic and General Studies curriculum. We create a nurturing environment where students can learn and flourish. The small student-teacher ratio allows for each student’s individual learning styles and needs to be met.
The IVDU Elementary School offers its students:
The reading, writing, arithmetic, and Judaic program offered by our staff provides both whole group and individualized instruction to support our students’ academic needs.
Social Skills & Growth
Staff members work with students individually and in small groups to address social, emotional, and behavioral needs, impacting their daily functioning. Topics such as initiating and maintaining conversation, interpersonal relationships, problem-solving techniques, and decision-making strategies are covered. We help our students to recognize their strengths and to build their academic and social self-esteem.
Art, music, technology, physical education, and interactive field trips enhance the curriculum and reinforce classroom instruction.
Additionally, speech/language and occupational therapy related services are available on-site on an as-needed basis.
The IVDU Elementary School offers families:
- Ongoing school consultations to develop and enhance effective teaching for diverse learners
- Government Advocacy
- Resources for families, matching appropriate academic programs with their child’s learning needs.
The IVDU Elementary Schools are located at:
IVDU Elementary School
1301 E. 18th St.
Brooklyn, NY 11230
IVDU Long Island Elementary School
410 Hungry Harbor Rd.
Valley Stream, NY 11581
The IVDU Elementary School staff is dedicated to creating an environment in which each student can reach their full potential. We welcome the opportunity to further discuss our program with you.
For more information, please contact Dr. Tzivia Jofen at firstname.lastname@example.org or 718-758-2999 ext. 43.