Eastchester ~SEPTA Calendar ~
SEPTA Meeting & Event Dates
November 30, 2016 EHS/SEPTA/EMS
Joint Meeting, EHS Library
Guest Speaker: Student Study Skills Expert Michelle Sagalyn presents:
"Seven Ways to Support your Students' Study Habits"
March 8 – SEPTA Meeting, 7 PM, EHS Library
April 4, Autism Awareness,
"Light it Up Blue" Day!
April 29, SEPTA's Bingo and Brownies! 7:00 PM
June 1, SEPTA Executive Board Meeting, (closed meeting), 7 PM
What is SEPTA?
SEPTA is an organization of interested parents, most with children receiving special services through the district, as well as special education faculty/administration who join together to help all our children reach their fullest potential. Special services range from resource room, classroom aides, occupational/speech therapy, special education classes in district and outside the district. Any parent of a child who receives special services should join SEPTA!
The New York State Education Department has released two brochures that are being used to disseminate key information to parents and community businesses on the Career Development and Occupational Studies (CDOS) Commencement Credential. Learn more
In addition, regarding the Questions and Answers CDOS Commencement Credential were also updated.
Informational Site for parents and teachers of children with special needs: http://www.specialeducationguide.com
For special education teachers: www.specialeducationguide.com/teacher-certification
iPad applications organized by useful categories: 50 BEST iPad Apps for Reading Disabilities
Hudson Valley Special Education Parent Center: http://www.hvsepc.org/
Wrights Law: http://www.wrightslaw.com
Special Education Advisor: http://www.specialeducationadvisor.com
Other Useful Links:
NYSED Special Education Office
Regulations of the Commissioner of Education - Parts 200 and 201
Special Education Publications
Westchester Institute for Human Development Publishes New Housing Resource Guide
Created with the support of "Autism Speaks" this new expanded edition of the Guide will help people with I/DD and their families to understand their housing options.