Monday Message

June 1, 2020 WLWV STUDENT SERVICES 100% for 100%

Leading in Difficult Times

This morning as I joined zoom meetings and phone calls, I struggled with how to answer the general polite question that is typical: "How are you doing?" The truth is I am sad, I am outraged, I am worried, I am grief stricken, I am overwhelmed.


Yet I am also hopeful. These words from former President Barack Obama brought me some comfort, and I share them with you in the hopes that they support your processing as well.


"I recognize that these past few months have been hard and dispiriting — that the fear, sorrow, uncertainty, and hardship of a pandemic have been compounded by tragic reminders that prejudice and inequality still shape so much of American life. But watching the heightened activism of young people in recent weeks, of every race and every station, makes me hopeful. If, going forward, we can channel our justifiable anger into peaceful, sustained, and effective action, then this moment can be a real turning point in our nation’s long journey to live up to our highest ideals.


Let’s get to work."

Celebrating Our Young Adults Moving On

Look at the UDL in this Certificate!

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Finishing Strong

It is the home stretch, with graduations and important celebration ceremonies taking place all week. And, we know that some very important procedural compliance efforts are taking place.


Please help by finishing strong on paperwork!

  • Please have ALL paperwork completed by June 4 end of day. (If you plan to use your June 8th day to finish, please drop a quick line to Maria or Ruth so they know).
  • All IEPs or Eligibility meeting that occur between March 13 and June 4 MUST include a Prior Written Notice of SPED Action (please see the templates in google classroom if you need ideas of how to write these)
  • MEDICAID BILLERS: Please make sure all services are CONFIRMED

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