Wednesday, January 27, 2016
PAUSD office 25 Churchill SDC Room
Speaker: Director of Special Education Chiara Perry, Director of Student Services Brenda Carrillo, and Coordinator of Student Services Lissette Moore-Guerra.
Focuses on SMART Goals and Objectives; working with your IEP team to set goals, determine the right services for your child, measuring and monitoring your child’s progress and student achievement.Translation provided upon request in Spanish and Chinese.
Free Event? yes Open To Everyone? yes
Suggested Audience: Elementary, Middle School, High School
Organizer: Palo Alto CAC and PAUSD Email: email@example.com
Wednesday, Jan 27, 6:30 – 7:30 PM
PAUSD District Office: 25 Churchill, Palo Alto (SDC Room)
This session is the second in a series for parents whose children receive support under an IEP (Individualized Education Program) or 504 plan. Presented by PAUSD staff, including Director of Special Education Chiara Perry, Director of Student Services Brenda Carrillo, and Coordinator of Student Services Lissette Moore-Guerra. The first session provided an overview of IEPs and 504s. Come learn and have questions answered. Session 2 focuses on goal setting, and working with your IEP team to set smart goals. Translation provided upon request
Presented by the PAUSD Special Education Department, Student Services Department, and co-sponsored by Palo Alto CAC,www.cacpaloalto.org and the Palo Alto Council of PTA’s
Friday Dec 11th – 8:30 am – 9:45 am
Location: Lucy Stern Community Center
Doors open at 8:30 am, interactive discussion starts at 8:45 am
Information in English, Spanish, and Mandarin
Topic: Surviving and Enjoying the Holidays
Guest Speaker: Shari Grande, MSW, ASW, Parent Coach
Grande Parenting Solutions – G.P.S.
Shari is currently working with the Aspire Mental Health Services at El Camino Hospital in the after school program for teenage youth and families in crisis with Mental /Emotional /Behavioral needs.
Translation in Spanish and Mandarin available
Coffee/ Tea and Breakfast treats served
Sponsored by the PTA/CAC Inclusion representatives