SEPACSpecial Education Parent CommitteeSEPAC MEETINGSHUNTERDON BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
WHERE: Thomas Conley School Library
WHEN: February 27, 2019 @ 6:30 p.m.Community Resources SEPAC MEETING/PresentationWhere: High Bridge Elementary SchoolDate: March 12, 2019Time: 7:00 -8:30 PMMEET AND GREETAPRIL 2019- DATE TO BE DETERMINEDParent Training: Learning about PARCC and Accommodations for Special Education Students and Title 1 Presentation on Reading: March 16, 2017.Click on LinkParent Training : Learning about PARCC and Accommodations for Special Education Students and Title 1 Presentation on ReadingCPS Parents are Welcome to Attend: Jenine Kastner to present at High Bridge School District on Dyslexia and How Parents Can Help at Home.Click on link:
Special Education Parent Committee (SEPAC) is a valuable resource for parents to be supported through this process. Various training opportunities and meetings will be held throughout the school year. So, check back for updated information on our website and also sign up to be one the email distribution list. SEPAC provides support, services and guidance for all parents and community members. Information about future training opportunities on Dyslexia, Social Skills, and Writing Development will be included in upcoming Dear Parents. For additional information, please contact Jenine Kastner, Supervisor of Special Services. firstname.lastname@example.orgGreat Book for Parents to Read: Smart But Scattered
Smart But Scattered by Peg Dawson and Richard Guare
Most students struggle with getting organized and completing necessary tasks related to school and home. This book will review the necessary executive functioning skills to develop the foundation for success in both academic and social life. This book offers a lot of great suggestions parents can do to help your child get organized, stay focused, and control and process emotions.