2016-2017 ESC-20 FREE Parent Trainings
Our 2016-2017 parent trainings are scheduled and will begin in September! This year we are offering a free parent training each week. Most of them are during the week in the mornings, but we have added some evening andsessions. Attached is an electronic version of the brochure. I am very excited of the broad range of topics we are able to offer this school year that addresses many hot topics for all ages and student needs! Please help get the word out!
Please note: In the past we’ve always had a Spanish interpreter available at all trainings. This year, we will provide a Spanish interpreter if it is requested. You will notice under the parent training description the deadline that we need to know if an interpreter is needed. Thank you in advance for your help with this!
UTSA The Institute for P-20 Initiatives August Parent Newsletter
Check out their August newsletter with some great ideas and information!
Scholastic’s Parents: Raising Readers & Learners
Teacher Tips for School Success
There are some good ideas in here to consider!
A great year isn't just about good grades! We asked school staffers to share what teachers want parents to know.
KLRN Take a Tour of Dinosaur George: FREE EVENT!
What is Executive Functioning?
An executive functioning issue is difficulty organizing oneself to accomplish tasks. Kids with these issues often have trouble planning ahead, prioritizing, self-correcting, starting activities and shifting from one task to another. Sometimes referred to as executive functioning disorder. You will encounter students that struggle with these issues. This article addresses some easy tips on color-coding to help students plan ahead and organize. It can be helpful for you to have some of these tools to share with students and their families to continue the support at home!
Brighton Center’s iWalk
Join us for a free family event to celebrate Brighton Center's inspirational kids!
iWalk showcases the power of inclusion and celebrates the unique abilities that we ALL bring to our community! Children with and without disabilities will be accommodated on this walk. This event is a great opportunity for your family, friends, and co-workers to walk in support of every child that has ever inspired you!
For more information, click here: http://us8.campaign-archive1.com/?u=b4a8c01c666a9027d2ff07977&id=f43cb73634&e=d11f9ca138
We are providing a variety of specialized therapies including but not limited to Music Therapy, Recreation Therapy, Art Therapy, and Animal Assisted Therapy on Saturdays fromon the campus at the University of the Incarnate Word Bennack Music Center. The cost to attend these groups is $15.00 per session, and we currently offer a therapy package for $60.00 for 5 sessions (buy 4, get the 5th for free) which includes your choice of any combination of therapies.
To enroll or inquire about our sessions or any other general inquires, you may contact Anthony Cortez at (210) 954-0036 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Project Infinity is located at 18503 Sigma Rd, Suite 138; San Antonio, TX 78258
Autism Community Network
Check out Autism Community Network’s August Newsletter
Kimberly Baumgardner, M.Ed.
Educational Specialist Program Manager, Family Engagement
Education Service Center, Region 20
1314 Hines Avenue
San Antonio, TX 78208
Ph: (210) 370-5431
Fax: (210) 503-6396