Aaron School (Aaron) is a private K-12 special education school whose mission is to serve students with learning disabilities in the areas of reading, writing, and math in addition to attention, sensory and social challenges.   

In a safe and supportive school climate, Aaron provides integrated academic, enrichment, and therapeutic services with the goal of enabling each student to become a confident and successful learner. Offering an academically rigorous curriculum aligned with the New York State Learning Standards, Aaron employs an individualized approach to ensure student success while preparing them for successful post-secondary educational experiences and professional careers. 

Our Roles


As a Head Teacher, you will join a faculty dedicated to presenting a relevant and challenging curriculum combining rich and varied content with individual skill development. You will create a learning environment that fosters self-advocacy and mutual respect for the community. You will develop dynamic partnerships with parents and collaborate with an interdisciplinary team of professionals to support the students’ social, emotional and academic growth.

Clinical Services

The Clinical Services team includes Occupational Therapists, Speech Language Pathologists, Psychologists, Social Workers, Counselors, Nurses and other specialists who meet regularly to discuss each student’s progress and review classroom dynamics. You will provide individual treatment and group therapy and collaborate with the educational staff to provide a comprehensive program to each student. Communication is a key element to Aaron’s philosophy and ensures consistent educational plans.


The Administrative Team leads and nurtures a safe and supportive school climate that fosters healthy social relationships. The team includes a Head of School, Principals, Directors, Admissions Director, Educational Supervisors, Business Manager, and Administrative Assistants. As a member of this team, you will join a community that strongly believes student learning should be ambitious and goal oriented, while fostering the development of individual strengths and effective communication skills. You will work together to foster a commitment to the profession of education, a sense of purpose and accomplishment, and opportunities for individual development within a program that strives for excellence.

At a glance

Team Members
High School:

42 E 30th St, New York, NY 10016

Lower and middle school:

309 East 45th Street New York, NY 10017


Ryan Plosker

Senior Vice President, Operations

Dr. Ryan Plosker serves as Senior Vice President of Operations in the Northeast region. In this role, he works to drive operational excellence and growth for all of New Story’s Northeast region-based schools and programs. Ryan also serves as the Executive Director and Founder of New England Academy. Throughout his career, Ryan has worked to bridge the gap between psychology and education to meet the needs of students—from his clinical work at Children’s Hospital in Boston to his later work as a public-school psychologist, school director, and special education administrator. He shares his educational and clinical insights, teaching at both the undergraduate and graduate level.

“At our schools across the Northeast region, we’re passionate about breaking down social and emotional barriers that hinder academic success. By providing a supportive and challenging environment, we empower students to reach their full potential, fostering growth and preparing them for success after school.”


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