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
This is to inform you of the new California immunization laws (SB 277), where changes have been enacted in the California Health and Safety Code, which will become effective in 2016.
The new amendments to the California Health and Safety Code will no longer permit Personal Beliefs Exemptions (PBEs) for children in childcare and public or private schools. However, California PBEs submitted before January 1, 2016 will remain valid until the student reaches the next immunization checkpoint, either Kindergarten or 7th grade.
If you have a child entering Kindergarten or 7th grade in the fall, he/she will be subjected to to this new immunization law. PBE’s will no longer be accepted at these grade levels.
Unity Day 2015 – When We Stand Together, No One Stands Alone
Wednesday, October 21st, all PAUSD schools
PAUSD will celebrate Unity Day 2015 to promote kindness, acceptance and inclusion in our school communities. Each school will participate in its own way, so find out what your school is doing. Join us in building a united voice of respect, WEAR ORANGE on Wednesday, October 21st!
October is National Bullying Prevention Month. Awareness events are sponsored by PAUSD, Palo Alto Council of PTAs, the Palo Alto CAC of SELPA 1, Parent Advocates for Student Success (PASS), and the LGBTQ Committee.