Thursday, May 3, 2018
@ Caroline High School Library
Planning life after high school can be challenging for a child with a disability. Get them on the right track toward a full life! Join us and receive a FREE guide valued at $20. Contact the PTRC 804-633-7083 to register and more information.
Caroline County Public Schools – Parent Teacher Resource Center, in conjunction with the Special Education Department is hosting an event for Disability History and Awareness Month on Monday, October 23, 2017
On Monday, October 23, 2017, Rohan will be in Caroline County for three presentations, speaking to all of our 4th and 5th grade students, middle school students and high school students.
New School Year, New Anxieties
A lot of parents look toward the school year with fear and anxiety — they know there is a good chance their child is going to have problems in the classroom, either behaviorally or academically. For parents of children with ADHD, ODD, or other special needs, this anxiety can be even more severe.
To help ease back-to-school anxiety, be proactive and start developing a good working relationship with your child’s teacher now.
Remember the three P’s when developing a parent/school relationship: Praise, Prevent, and Plan. Part of planning includes bringing up issues prior to an official parent-teacher conference or scheduled meeting. This can help you and the teacher develop a strategic approach to any challenges your child might face.