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6100 S. Genoa St.
Aurora, CO 80016
Our First SEAC meeting is Thursday, September 12th
9:30-11:30 am
Educational Services Center (ESC)
4700 S. Yosemite St.
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
 
This will be a great meeting to attend and meet our new Executive Director for Student Achievement Services (SAS), Dr. Tony Poole.
The new Elementary SPED Directors, Susan Snowden and Dave Gudridge and Frances Woolery-Jones, the Secondary Director.
Throughout the year the coordinators have been asked to join us as well. Randy Perlis, Board member will also be joining us at every meeting.
 
Why come to SEAC? I have been involved with SEAC for 12 years. I have found it to be a wonderful place to learn the priorities of the district in Special Education. You can put a face to a name and make contacts with parents in the district. We try to share information that is relevant to what is important to parents and share this information in an open meeting for anyone who has a child with Special needs. I hope you will join us!
 
Laura
 
 
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PIN - PARENT INFORMATION NETWORK

Tuesday, September 3, 2013 (day after Labor Day)
9:15 a.m. - 11:15 a.m.

Move to Learn!  Experience how moving makes it easier for our brains to
learn.  Stop the homework battles! Make your day more productive!  Help your
aging parents stay independent for longer!

Join CCSD's Parent Information Network (PIN) for our kick-off presentation
on Tuesday September 3rd to hear Kim Bevill, founder of Gray Matters, Inc.,
talk about movement and brain development in children and adults.

Kim is a nationally renowned speaker and trainer on the subject of
neuroscience and how children's brains learn.  In a message every parent
needs to hear, Kim will hit the highlights of "learning in motion," and will
give hands-on strategies that parents and teachers can use to help make
learning easier and more impactful.  Kim's focus on helping children move to
the next level of efficiency, learning, health and wellness is backed by
groundbreaking research and hands-on experience that has brought meaningful
results to boys and girls of all ages.

All parents, school administrators and community members are welcome and
encouraged to attend Parent Information Network (PIN) presentations.  No
need to RSVP-just come!

Presentations are free and are held the first Tuesday of each month
at the Student Achievement Resource Center (SARC):
14188 Briarwood Avenue, Centennial, south of Arapahoe Rd., between Potomac
and Jordan Roads
Come at 9:00 a.m. for refreshments, networking and community service
announcements, including an update regarding new safety measures taken by
CCSD.  Featured speaker begins at 9:45.

Visit 
www.PINccsd.org for Podcasts and Meeting Highlights.

MARK YOUR CALENDARS!
October 1st     Eyes Wide Open: A Brave New Look at Bullying
November 4th (evening presentation, time TBA) &
November 5th    Bounce Back Stronger: Resiliency in Action
December 3rd    What's Next?  Creating your Best 2nd Half of Life
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