Subway Sleuths is a 10-week program for students with autism or other social or communication disorders who love trains, are able to talk to peers about this shared passion, and who can move around with a small group to explore the Transit Museum. All sessions take place while the Museum is closed to the public. Sleuths collaborate to solve transit mysteries, play motivating games, and learn exciting transit facts.
SESSIONS FOR FALL 2015:
Thursday afternoons: 2nd 3rd graders
4:30pm 5:45pm (starts October 1)
Saturday mornings: 4th 5th graders
10am 11:45am (starts October 3)
Group sizes are specifically left small so SPACES ARE LIMITED. We screen all interested candidates to make sure that the accepted children show similar social and communication profiles.
Screening sessions are scheduled for:
September 17 for 2nd-3rd graders
September 19 for 4th-5th graders
For more information, download this flyer
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