Conroe ISD Parent Resource Center

October 2021

Hello Conroe ISD Families,

It’s now officially Fall, and cooler weather should be just around the corner. Yeah! We know this tends to be a very busy time of year for all, but we want to continue offering you quality virtual parent training opportunities.


On Monday and a Tuesday of next week, we will host Dr. Susan Catlett as she presents an Overview of the Autism spectrum and The Meaning of Behavior. On the 25th, tune in to hear from Lone Star Legal Aid and the process of obtaining guardianship, and on the 26th, Consolidated Planning Group will talk with us about Tips for Launching your Special Needs Child to Adulthood.


We hope you can join us. Our school numbers for Covid cases are down significantly, and this is fantastic news. Please continue to take safety precautions seriously and stay safe!

Carolina and Barbara

Upcoming Events

The Autism Spectrum - Dr. Susan Catlett

Monday, Oct. 4th, 12pm

This is an online event.

Autism is a broad spectrum of unique characteristics. In this session, the characteristics of autism and how they are expressed as behavior will be reviewed.


Zoom Meeting 890 399 0508

Passcode: PRC

Press here to participate

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

The Meaning of Behavior

Tuesday, Oct. 5th, 12pm

This is an online event.

Have you ever asked yourself, "Why is my child doing that? Most parents have! In this session, you will learn more about what your children's behavior means and why they behave as they do.

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

Lone Star Legal Aid

Monday, Oct. 25th, 10am

This is an online event.

Lone Star Legal Aid is a non-profit law firm. They provide free civil legal services in 74 Texas counties for those applicants who qualify. Qualification is based on income.


Topic: The Meaning of Behavior

Time: Oct 5, 2021 12:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)


Join Zoom Meeting

https://conroeisd.zoom.us/j/8903990508?pwd=UENUdjFRZzg0d0pxaytyVVh3TW8wUT09


Meeting ID: 890 399 0508

Passcode: PRC

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

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Tips for Launching your Special Needs Teen into Adulthood

Tuesday, Oct. 26th, 10am

This is an online event.

As children with special needs transition to the teen and young adult years, their needs change significantly. You can prepare your child and yourselves for a successful transition to independence. Alison Schaberg, Special Needs Financial Planner, will help you understand the key steps you can take to make the transition as smooth as possible.

Topic: Tips for Launching your Special Needs Teen into Adulthood

Time: Oct 26, 2021 10:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)


Join Zoom Meeting

https://conroeisd.zoom.us/j/8903990508?pwd=UENUdjFRZzg0d0pxaytyVVh3TW8wUT09


Meeting ID: 890 399 0508

Passcode: PRC

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

Zoom Meetings

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Good Reads

5 social-emotional learning games to play with your child

Looking for ways to help your child with social-emotional learning (SEL)? Many schools have started teaching kids how to do things like cope with feelings, set goals, and get along with others. You can help your child work on these skills at home, too. Read more

The Roots of ADHD Motivation Problems — and How to Get Students Engaged in Learning

Motivation in children with ADHD is tied to how the brain perceives challenges, among other factors. When we create learning environments and activities that help students feel safe and confident, we reduce their chances of experiencing failure and increase their chance at success — factors that increase motivation and make learning more fun. Read more

Recreational and Community Opportunities

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