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The Randolph Special Services Department provides a full range of specialized program options for students ages 3-21. Program options are determined individually, remaining mindful of the need to educate students within the Least Restrictive Environment. Regular education with supplementary aids and services, in-class support, resource center support, and specialized classes are all a part of the full continuum of placement options available within the district. When appropriate, program options outside of the district are considered.
Child Study Team members include: learning consultants, psychologists and social workers. All classes are taught by certified teachers of students with disabilities, with assistance from paraprofessionals as required for individual needs as well as program needs. Related services providers include: speech and language specialists, occupational therapists, a district behaviorist and physical therapists.
Mr. Walter Curioni
Director of Special Services
973-361-0808, ext. 8104
Mr. Walter Curioni is the district's Director of Special Services and began his new position on July 1, 2015.
Mr. Curioni worked in the Westwood School District as a special education teacher. He then served as the Supervisor of Special Services for North Arlington and later as the district's Director of Special Services/Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction.
Mr. Curioni is a graduate of Ramapo College with a degree in Literature. He has a master’s degree in Special Education and has completed the NJ Excel program for administration.
Mr. Curioni has presented on several special education topics.
Mrs. Evy Falcon-Duran
Supervisor of Special Services
973-361-0808, ext. 8116
Mrs. Evy Falcon-Duran joined Randolph Township Schools in 2003 as a special education teacher and became the district’s first Transition Coordinator in 2008.
Mrs. Falcon-Duran has a bachelor’s degree from William Paterson University in Sociology, master’s degree in Special Education and Bilingual Education from New Jersey City University.
Mrs. Falcon-Duran has been an active contributor and partner with RHS students, families, staff and administrators in the area of transition and diversity through her tenure as an educator, coordinator, advisor, committee member, and interpreter/translator in multiple capacities.
Mrs. Falcon-Duran serves as an Adjunct Professor and Instructor at William Paterson University, Clinical Professor at Montclair State University and Board of Trustees President for a drug treatment facility.
For more information about the program, contact the Department of Special Services at 25 School House Road, Randolph, NJ 07869.