Parents and Families Newsletter
Dear Parents and Families,
Welcome to another great and helpful newsletter that connects you to educational resources and links to information that are intended to increase the language proficiency and academic success of your child.
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Make plans to attend this year's Title III Symposium.
Texas Approved Language Programs
Preparing Beyond High School
Visit SSES.tea.texas.gov to learn more about Supplemental Special Education Services and how eligible families of student with significant and complex disabilities can qualify for up to $1,500 per child to purchase special educational resources and services.
To support your child who has also been identified with a disability and served by special education, these are great resources to check out.
Taking time for your family’s physical and mental well-being is important. Here are some tips to practice self-care as a family (Mental Health First Aid).
● Try to eat more fruit, vegetables, lean protein, and whole grains.
● Try moving everyday- go for a family walk, practice some stretching, or play games outside.
● Develop a bedtime routine so your family tries to go to bed at the same time every night.
● Talk about your feelings as a family.
Click to read this article on how to engage your mind and body while spending time at home inspired by The Center for Family Engagement's Family Guide to Fostering Whole Child Development.
Take Some Time for You
Supporting English Learners in Texas
Contact us at :https://www.txel.org/contact/