Thomas Reynolds Center for Special Education and After-School Programs

The Thomas Reynolds Center Mission Statement

The Thomas Reynolds Center for Special Education and After-School Programs’ mission statement is to effectively prepare teacher candidates to teach research based learning strategies that assist students with disabilities in mastering academic content within the Common Core standards. 

2013-2014 School Year

The Thomas Reynolds Center has hired 7 Graduate Assistants for the 2013-2014 school year to provide remedial instruction and homework help within our after-school program. The after-school program begins on Monday, October 21, 2013 and concludes on Thursday, April 24, 2014. Students at-risk for academic failure and students with learning disabilities receive instruction in the areas of reading, writing, mathematics and student empowerment. Students also receive small group homework help with the goal of teaching students skills working towards becoming independent.

The Thomas Reynolds Center is in its 11th year partnership with Amherst Central School District (specifically Windermere and Smallwood Elementary) servicing students in grades 3rd and 4th on Wednesdays and Thursdays. The Thomas Reynolds Center is beginning its 6th year partnership with the Aloma D. Johnson Charter School  servicing students on Mondays and Tuesdays. 

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Students outside Rosary Hall

That’s the best way to really get a feel for what Daemen is all about! Daemen is located in suburban Amherst, New York just minutes away from the city of Buffalo. To schedule a weekday individual interview and tour the campus, email us or call 800.462.7652.

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Health Care Studies Professor Justine Tutuska, accompanied by her students, traveled to the Dominican Republic to work on Public Health Issues and school building.

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Founders Walkway

Paving the path to Rosary Hall, the walkway allows donors to permanently inscribe a brick memorializing a special loved one, occasion or dedication.