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A board meeting will be held on June 19, 2019, 12:30-1:45 at the Concord Main Library in the Trustees Room.
Our June newsletter includes links to accessible splash parks, pools, and swim lessons! Happy Summer!
We have two guest speakers joining us this month! Sherry Kenin and Magi Lindeman will be sharing information about the Timbernook Sensory Nature Programs which are under the umbrella of Minute Man Arc. These innovative and award-winning nature programs were developed by an Occupational Therapist and enable children to experience a variety of sensory inputs and challenge their fine and gross motor skills.
Thursday, 28th March from 12:30 – 2:30 pm
Conference Room, Hunt Recreation Center, 90 Stow Street.
Please enter through the glass doors by the basketball courts which are on the left-hand side of the building.
If you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Overcoming Stress and Anxiety in our Youth: Strategies to Support Children’s Learning and Ways to Cope”
Monday, April 1, 2019 from 7 – 8:30 PM
Location: Auditorium at Concord Carlisle High School, 500 Walden Street, Concord, MA
Featuring Dr. Donna Pincus from the Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders, Boston University
Free program! Please help us plan by PRE-REGISTERING
This presentation will offer:
- an overview of how anxiety and stress present in children and adolescents;
- an understanding of what is normal and what is cause for concern;
- strategies for identifying anxiety at home and in schools;
- evidence-based strategies that can reduce anxiety, support children’s learning and support their overall healthy functioning.
Envisioning Middle School Education — January 29, 7:00 p.m.
The Concord School Committee and Facilities Planning Committee invite you to join us in an evening of envisioning middle school education in Concord. As part of an “Educational Visioning” initiative that will help guide our efforts to plan for a new middle school building, we invite parents, guardians, and anyone involved in educating Concord’s students to share your hopes and dreams for the Concord Middle School educational experience and what it could look like in the future.
* From the Concord/Concord-Carlisle SEPAC-
What hopes and dreams do you have for our students on IEPs or with special needs at the Concord Middle School? Attend the Parent Input Forum on Tuesday, January 29, 7-9pm in the Sanborn Auditorium and share them with the School Committee.
A new year brings with it the opportunity to look at the future and make a fresh start. For many of us, it also brings creating new IEPs and goals for our children. The January newsletter is all about the IEP and connecting you to some of the resources that may help you along the journey.