ESC-20 Parent Perusals

November 16, 2020

Coming up Next Week!

Wednesday, November 18, 2020 9:00 a.m.--11:00 a.m.

Understanding the Significance of History in High School & Helping Your Child Succeed

Join us for this opportunity to learn the significance of History in your child’s life, especially in high school and how that will help your child succeed. What opportunities for learning are available to your child, what resources do they have access to, and what plans do you need to make to help him/her reach their goals. You will receive resources and materials to support you as a parent. Webinar ID# 71083

Thursday, November 19, 2020 9:00 a.m.--11:00 a.m.

COVID-19: Challenges our Families Face

Synchronous Instruction? Asynchronous Instruction? Contingency Plans? Compensatory Services? Families are faced with navigating new educational challenges for their child receiving special education services as a result of COVID-19. This session will address some of the common educational challenges families are facing and provide critical information you need to know and resources you can access to help guide you through overcoming these challenges. Webinar ID #73468

Tips and Resources

Resources for Parents and COVID-19

The coronavirus can affect children and young people directly and indirectly. Beyond getting sick, many young people’s social, emotional, and mental well-being have been impacted by the pandemic. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has resources for parents to help manage their child’s well-being.

Try Kid-Friendly Fruits and Veggies

Do you want to encourage your children to eat more fruits and vegetables? How about making fruits and veggies fun to eat? You can make caterpillar kabobs, fruit smoothies, personalized pizzas, and more. View U.S. Department of Agriculture’s 10 fun kid-friendly tips.

ADHD Resources for Parents

Many children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) struggle with school. Right now, children face a variety of changes in the way that they attend school. Some may be attending in-person classes. Others may be attending virtual classes. To help parents and students adapt to the changing environment, the National Resource Center on ADHD created resources and support for parents. View the resources.

ADDA Nov. Meeting - Parent Care and Share Night

This Parent Care and Share Zoom event can help by easing the stress and frustration that comes with raising children who may have ADD or ADHD. Whether you are a veteran parent of ADHD or are new to this journey, we welcome you! With a focus on gratitude during this Thanksgiving season, join other parents as they come together to share, learn, listen, understand, and encourage one another

Zoom Meeting ID: 912 3378 2466 November 17, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. Register here!

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