Quest Elementary/Middle School


The Quest School is a small,
supportive therapeutic school that provides intensive educational,
clinical, behavioral and remedial services for students kindergarten through eighth grade. 

School Hours:

The Quest hours during the school year are M, T, Th, F 8:30AM-2:50PM. Every Wed 8:30AM -12:50PM

The AIM hours during the school year are M-F 9:00AM-3:30PM. 

AIM Half Days: Mondays 2x per month.  AIM Monday half day hours are 9:00AM-12:00PM See the 2023/2024 Community and AIM half day schedule here

Summer Hours M-Th 8:30AM-2:30PM 6 week program

AIM Summer Hours M-Th 9:00AM-2:45PM


Rosanna Warrick, LMHC

Quest Program Director


Rosanna Warrick, LMHC joined the Quest program in 2017 as the Program Coordinator. She is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Massachusetts and is certified in Traumatic Stress Studies. She previously worked with children and adolescents involved with the Department of Children and Families and the Department of Mental Health in residential and community health settings.


Kimberly Foresta, LCSW

Quest Program Coordinator

Kimberly Foresta, LCSW joined the Quest program in 2017 as a paraprofessional. Since then, she has held many different positions including, clinical social work intern, milieu clinician and most recently, AIM program clinician. She has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults with dual diagnosis, medical complexities, and trauma in addition to children, adolescents, and adults involved with the Department of Children and Families and the Department of Mental Health in both residential, hospital, and community settings.


Michael Pagan

Administrative Assistant

The mission of the Quest Program is to provide a safe and respectful learning environment where relationships between staff and students can be nurtured and developed and where students can learn new skills for continued growth.

 Quest Core Values

Provide a safe learning environment

All individuals have the right to be treated with courtesy and respect

Dedication to teaching and learning

Build strong relationships to foster continued student growth

Respect for diversity

Participatory and collaborative decision-making

Clearly defined expectations and limits

Services Offered

The Quest staff is committed to providing a safe and structured learning environment where students can make academic, social, emotional and behavioral progress that will enable them to be successful in a less restrictive setting.

Quest provides individualized academic instruction in a small group setting by certified special education teachers. Speech and language, occupational therapy, and remedial reading services are provided for those students whose IEP requires it. In addition, a wide range of therapeutic services are offered, including individual, group and family therapy by a team of highly skilled licensed clinicians. As a program, we have adopted the Social Thinking® Curriculum. This program, developed by M.G. Winner, is designed to teach students how their words and actions impact the thoughts and feelings of others around them.

The Quest Program utilizes a structured behavior management system in which students are provided consistency and support while also being challenged to work on their goals. The program also uses incentives, such as our school store, to encourage positive behaviors. All students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of enrichment activities such as art, physical education, music, health, and field trips. The Quest Program has a therapy dog that students can access throughout the school day for support

During the summer, extended school year services are provided for those students whose IEP includes a longer school year to prevent substantial loss of previously learned skills.