I am a parent of a child with apraxia with this disorder comes many other disorders not just speech he has been with St Rita School for going on 4 years he started there when he was 4 and could only speak 2 to 3 words now he speaks very well and signs the teachers staff other students are truley his other family. he is almost 7 and lives with his grandparents durning the week while school is in. So he can have the education needed. Its very hard but he has 3 familys us. my parents and St Rita I am never afraid of him being treated diffrent or bad. This is the best school His present teacher I call our DREAM CATCHER because she beleived in children with apraxia and we have dreams for our son and she has made them come true.
St. Rita School for the Deaf is a private high school. The principal of St. Rita School for the Deaf is Gregory R. Ernst and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. 97 students go to St. Rita School for the Deaf and identify mostly as White, non-Hispanic; Hispanic; and Asian. The student to teacher ratio at St. Rita School for the Deaf is 4:1. Princeton High School is one of the nearest high schools.
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I as parnet of a deaf child [and] love this school. If it was not for St. Rita's I have no idea what I would have done. My child has been attending since he was 7 months old they have taught him so much and care about him so much that St. Rita's is another home for him. I feel that for a child to love his school and all the teachers their is something very special and thats what St. Rita's is a special place for special children to grow and learn.
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