SFUSD Special Education Updates
Special Education Community Event Calendar
May Activities - Access to Adventure with Support for Families
Moving in May! Access to Adventure with Support for Families
Support for Families is moving our annual Access to Adventure event online, where recreational, arts, or cultural organizations will be leading an activity and talking about their programs over Zoom. Access to Adventure will give your children a chance to experience adventures you may not have thought possible, while keeping your entire family Moving in May! Join the Access to Adventure Facebook Page to share a story or picture that shows how your family is staying active!
May 28 @ 6:30pm - Community Advisory Committee General Meeting
MEETING TOPIC - SFUSD Special Education Annual Budget, Annual Service Plan and Local Plan
Thursday, May 28 from 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
* This meeting will be held by Zoom. To get the Zoom invite join the CAC email list by emailing email@example.com. Put "Add to mailing list" in the Subject.
May 21 @ 4pm - Join Dr. Greene for a Fireside Chat
These are the times that try everyone's souls. If you're a parent, you're trying to manage your kids 24/7, you're trying to supervise remote learning, all while trying to get work done (remotely or otherwise) for your day job. If you're an educator, you're trying to help your students learn under less-than-ideal circumstances. That's a lot of trying. We'd like to try too, with a special fireside chat with Dr. Greene to answer your questions about how to manage it all and share your creative solutions. The chat will be on Thursday, May 21st, at 7 pm ET, and it's free too. Sign up here, and submit your questions and comments here.
May 9 @ 10:30 am & May 13 @ 6pm - Webinar: Emotional Safety, Boundary-Setting, and Advocacy Skills for Parents of Kids with Disabilities
May 9 & May 13 - Webinar: Emotional Safety, Boundary-Setting, and Advocacy Skills for Parents of Kids with Disabilities
Saturday May 9 - 10:30-11:30am (English and Cantonese)
Wednesday, May 13 - 6:00-7:00pm (English and Spanish)
Many parents of children with challenging needs are struggling with no breaks and loss of important support while parenting, figuring out how to provide for their families, and working. Their kids are struggling with the trauma of the sudden loss of important people, routines, and different kinds of therapy that are important to their well being. This workshop will provide strategies and skills to help parents of families in this hard situation to protect their own emotional well being, reduce conflict, redirect unsafe behavior, communicate about boundaries, and get help.
May 4 @ 7pm: Online Conversation with Kristin Wright, Parent & California State Director of Special Education
May 4: Online Conversation with Kristin Wright, Parent & California State Director of Special Education
Webinar on 5/4/20 - 7:00PM
Join the California Parent Training and Information Centers as Kristin Wright answers frequently asked questions from families raising children with special needs about the COVID-19 impact on services, working with IEP teams, and student progress while sheltering-in-place.