COURT HOUSE – Cape May County Special Services School District (CMCSSSD) celebrated the grand opening of a student playground with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Oct. 18.
The $730,000 adaptive playground is designed for students of all ages and abilities that attend the CMCSSS district on Crest Haven Road in Court House.
The design of the playground supports children with a multisensory experience and provides greater accessibility for children with special needs and disabilities.
Superintendent Jamie Moscony is so proud to have an inclusive environment that supports students and their families. Administrators attending the ceremony agreed.
“The students couldn’t wait until the playground was open. They watched it being built,” they shared.
The playground was funded through a variety of sources, Moscony explained. Financial support from Cape May County Commissioners and fundraising efforts from their Education Foundation made a dream come true for the playground committee.
“The CMCSSS District’s Education Foundation has been a longtime supporter of specialized programs,” said Moscony, “and it has played a critical role in fundraising for our district.”
The CMCSSS District empowers students to reach their highest potential through a continuum of services, and resources with specialized facilities.
For more information or to donate, go to www.cmcspecialservices.org.
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