The foundation that operates the Crotched Mountain School has announced it will shut down its campus by the end of the year. The school, located in the town of Greenfield, serves young people with developmental and behavioral disabilities through residential and day programs. The campus also includes a residential program for adults with disabilities. About 350 staff at Crotched Mountain School will be affected by the Greenfield school’s closure. That includes school staff and those who provide direct care to students and residents with disabilities. Ned Olney is the president and CEO of Crotched Mountain Foundation. He says the school is offering staff severance pay as an incentive to stay in their jobs through the beginning of November. “We’re...
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N.H.'s Crotched Mountain School To Close By Year's End