Claymont Special Education
Monthly Newsletter Vol. 32 (November 2022)
The week of November 6 is School Psychologist Appreciation Week
Thank you Nino and Ashley for all you do!! Is it appreciated!!
Trauma Informed Care
The resource below has links to webinars as well as other Trauma - informed supports that we are finding that many of us need.
Trauma-Informed Care and Support
Trauma-Informed Care and Support | The Latest News | November 2021 SRI Education researchers investigate schoolwide, classroom, group-based, and individualized programs from preK through post-secondary that support children and educators who experience trauma and promote the use of evidence-based and effective strategies through dissemination and technical assistance.
Resource of the month- Adaptive Books
The Paul Sherlock Center has so many Adaptive Books that we read in our district and also for our students to read independently.
Kelsey Proves Her Abilities and Lands the Perfect Job
Kelsey Boldman of Blue Creek, Ohio was the recipient of the "Adams County Ohio Valley Outstanding Student Award" in May 2022. This is significant because years ago, Julia Boldman, Kelsey's mother, was told her daughter "Wouldn't be capable of anything". Kelsey proved the naysayers wrong and has demonstrated her many abilities.
Mustangs on the Move
Mr. Finch's Class Decorating Pumpkins
A HUGE congratulations to Ashley and Jess!!
Welcome to the world Becs Marie Hostetter
Congratulations, Mrs. Johnson!!
Mrs. Johnson was chosen for the Star of Excellence Award through the Tuscarawas County Board of DD. We appreciate all that she does for Porter and the rest of our students!
This award is given to a staff member in a local school district in Tuscarawas County who demonstrates leadership in the field of developmental disabilities by working to improve results for students with disabilities. The staff member who is nominated for this award promotes partnerships and collaboration, provides excellent in-person student instruction and support, and provides continuous educational services to students in their local school district and the Starlight School Specialized Service Program (a.k.a. Outreach Program).
Ashley Burcher was nominated as our Top Team Member for November. Her team has stated that she is caring and kind with all of the students at the Middle School but especially supportive of the student that she works with mostly throughout her day. Mrs. Burcher is out right Layla's favorite person!!