1. Staying Safe and Looking Good

    Dear Puzzle Box Academy family, Today we want to thank Michael Emmanuel Courtore and Pamela Furr for working together to help keep our clients and staff safe! These beautiful masks created by designer Michael Emmanuel are comfortable, durable, washable, and contain a pocket for filters to be placed inside. We are thankful for these masks and are using them to help teach our kids why people are wea…Read More

  2. Puzzle Box Community Update 4

    Hello Puzzle Box Community! We have a new update for you from our founder Pamela Furr. We know times are strange but we are here for you to make sure your child has access to the virtual learning they need and the clinical services to help through our clinical partner Kaleidoscope Interventions. We are continuing our virtual school throughout the end of this school year and taking steps to keep ou…Read More

  3. April is Autism Awareness Month so let’s get HAPPY!

    It's Autism Awareness Month and we are still lighting up blue. Be good to one another and spread some happiness, not the virus. Stay safe and know that we are here for your families in any way we can be! Feel free to dance and clap along! https://youtu.be/tvgz9cqPa-g…Read More

  4. Essential Services Update

    Dear parents, We are still here and are going to continue to offer support. Schools and mental health are considered essential to offer services. We are moving forward with our plan to start on-line learning on Monday 4/6 and continuing throughout the month of April. We are training our teachers and have parent training coming tomorrow. Keep an eye on us for more soon. Thank you, Puzzle Box Academ…Read More

  5. Covid Update 3 Virtual Learning

    Parents, With the new updates from the Florida DOE, we are extending our virtual schooling from April 6 until April 27th. We will keep you updated if things change and we are here for you to make sure we get through this ok. Together we will get through this as a community and a family. Our students will have an on-line learning environment that will mimic their normal classroom experience. We are…Read More

  6. Puzzle Box Academy COVID Update 2 On-line Learning

    Parents, In response to the continued need for our school's physical locations remaining closed, we are releasing online learning for our students starting on Monday 4/6. Additionally, we will be offering ideas for fun activities at home such as the neighborhood easter egg hunt with social distancing and safety in mind. Together we will get through this as a community and a family. Please stay tun…Read More

  7. Parent Resources

    Sharing some more resources for our parents at home. We hope these help to get everyone through their time at home. ES-School-Closure-Kit-5e7cb346bc633 ABA-Quarantine-activities-5e7cb35cb1661…Read More

  8. Covid Parent Message from Puzzle Box Academy

    Here at Puzzle Box Academy, we want to let you know that we are here for you and your family to offer a positive voice in the current crisis. Use this time with your kids to make a positive impact. Take a moment to play, teach, or learn. On our Facebook and website, we are offering resources to help your child learn at home and have resources for playtime too. Stay positive, stay safe, and wash yo…Read More

  9. Available Resources During the COVID-19 Break

    Available Resources During the COVID-19 Break Miscellaneous How to talk to your kids about the coronavirus https://www.pbs.org/parents/thrive/how-to-talk-to-your-kids-about-coronavirus Supporting individuals with autism https://afirm.fpg.unc.edu/supporting-individuals-autism-through-uncertain-times Virtual Fieldtrips https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SvIdgTx9djKO6SjyvPDsoGlkgE3iExmi3qh2KRRku_w/m…Read More

  10. January is National Mentor Month! Mentor of the week, Mrs. Tracey Duharte

    by Brittney Hummel Ladwig When asked to write about a mentor who has helped guide me along the way, a lot comes to mind. There have been a lot of people who helped get me where I am today. That is just it, where I am today has a lot to do with one person in particular. She has made me a stronger teacher. This person doesn’t get upset with you if you make a mistake, she turns it into a teachable …Read More