lunes, 19 de Octubre, 2015 y
lunes, 16 de Noviembre, 2015
La Jornada Comienza…
Un vistazo al Proceso de Educación Especial

Este es un entrenamiento de dos (2) partes para padres y madres que tienen hijos recibiendo servicios de educación especial y desean aprender como navegar el sistema escolar más efectivamente.

Facilitadores: Jose A. Centeno y Ada Suarez
de la Oficina de Protección y Defensa para Personas con Impedimentos

Todos los padres/madres, familiares y proveedores son bienvenidos.

Las clases son totalmente GRATIS.
Habrá cuidado de niños GRATIS.
Habrá Cena/comida GRATIS.

Primera clase: 19 de Octubre, 2015
Segunda clase: 16 de Noviembre, 2015
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Centro Comunitario
98 S. Main Street, Norwalk

Co-patrocinado por Centro Comunitario SONO



Monday, October 19, 2015 and
Monday, November 16, 2015
The Journey Begins…
Understanding the Special Education Process

This is a two-session training, in Spanish, for parents of children receiving — or needing — special education services who would like to learn how to navigate the school system more effectively.

Facilitators: Jose A. Centeno and Ada Suarez, Human Services Advocates from the Office of Protection and Advocacy for Persons with Disabilities

Parents and child-care providers are welcome.

Classes are FREE OF CHARGE.
Child-care is provided FREE OF CHARGE.
Supper is provided FREE OF CHARGE.

First Class: October 19, 2015
Second Class: November 16, 2015
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
SONO Community Center
98 S. Main Street, Norwalk

Co-sponsored by South Norwalk Community Center



Thursday, November 12, 2015
Connecticut Core Standards

The Common Core State Standards, now the Connecticut Core Standards (CCS), are being implemented in all public schools. There has been quite a bit of controversy surrounding CCS and many parents want to know what the new curriculum will do for their children that the old curriculum didn’t.

Joanne R. White, Education Consultant in the Academic Office at the Connecticut State Department of Education, will help parents understand the instructional shifts and rigor in the standards. These standards are a set of consistent, high-quality academic goals in English Language Arts/Literacy and Mathematics. The standards define the knowledge and skills all students should master by the end of each grade level in order to graduate from high school fully prepared to enter college and the workforce. Tools and resources will be provided.

6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
SoNo Branch Public Library
SoNo Friends of NPL Community Room
10 Washington Street, Norwalk

This event is free and open to the public. Sandwiches and refreshments will be provided.

Register online or by calling (203) 899-2790, ext. 15902

Co-sponsored by SoNo Branch Public Library: Community Conversations


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