July 1, 2020
by Shannon
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A Virtual Summer

I started a new ritual in March of this year. Every Sunday, I delete the events, appointments, and activities on our calendar; as yet again in-person classes, workshops, and enrichment options for my kids get cancelled. This delete-as-we-go ritual became particularly hard as we moved into summer. Summer camp? Gone. Trips? Canceled. Tennis, swimming lessons, music, and Ultimate Frisbee? Not happening.

As I watch the summer stretch ahead of us unfilled and endless, I have discovered a few options that just may get us through the next few months. Continue reading

IEP Meeting

October 17, 2016
by Ann
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Your Child’s Individualized Education Plan (IEP)

Public schools are required to create an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) for every child receiving special education services from age three through high school graduation or until age 22. The IEP addresses each child’s unique learning issues and includes specific … Continue reading

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