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What to expect during your child’s evaluation period

Know before you go

What to expect at a disposition-of referral or evaluation meeting

Remembering my father, my teacher

Reflecting on the lessons he taught me everyday through his actions

Managing anxiety

Students can succeed with a treatment plan and support

The job of the advocate

To best serve the special education student, it takes time

Preparing for the annual IEP meeting

Strategies you can use to improve collaboration and reduce frustration

We are all in this together

Parents, teachers share the same hopes and fears

For some kids, the learning doesn’t stop

Parents should ask to review the impact of ESY services on their child

Opioids, students and school nurses

Keeping Narcan in schools is necessary to help stem the tide of overdose deaths

The confidence game

Support and attention help students become self-assured

A student’s best friend

Sometimes a dog can be the best therapy for a child

Get a jump start

It’s not too early to start planning ahead for the next school year

Extraordinary teachers make a difference

I learned so much from my teachers and I am thankful

Anything but routine

If the holidays have you stressed out, chances are your child is, too

Is your child behind at school?

Testing your child can help determine if specialized instruction is needed
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