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The Special Education Parent Advisory Council is holding a meeting Monday night. This is to teach parents how to help their children begin their transition into adulthood at the age of 14.
The workshop will address self-advocacy and self-determination. It will also teach transition assessment and planning for all involved. You can join this meeting in Room 219 at the Savage Center at 6:45 p.m. The meeting will span two hours. More information can be found online here. Any questions can be directed to Jennifer Wilds (President, Norwood SEPAC) at 781.801.5763 or email@example.com.
Cleveland School looking for donations
The Cleveland School PTA is seeking donations toward their raffle being held at the Cleveland School PTA Trivia Night on March 30. If you have anything to donate toward this raffle, please contact Jayne Ford at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oldham School PTO hosts the First Annual Math & Science Night
Thursday, March 8, marks the first annual math and science night being held at the Oldham School 6:30-8 p.m. All children must be accompanied by an adult in order to participate. This is free of charge, funded by our very generous PTO. It is best if younger siblings could stay at home, as the centers are geared for children in grades 1-5. Come and explore a variety of different math and science centers from Lava Lamps to Smart board Scales, and Gumdrop Geometry. This night will cleverly weave together fun educational activities and family time.
The Willett Early Childhood Education Center prepares for Golf Day
The Willett’s number one annual fundraiser is quickly approaching. If you can donate items to the raffle, sponsor a hole, or volunteer to help on May 17, please contact Lisa Fiore or Stephanie Wyman.