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Thanks to everyone for making the We Are One Dinner an amazing success. Here are some photos from the night. If you are interested in high resolution prints, please click here: www.deborahjkarson.com/newrosepta Password: VIP Once on the website, you can … Continue reading
Ticket Purchase is still permitted through 5/4, 10 AM. As of 4/30 seating assignments will be finalized. When purchasing after 4/30, list your seating preference and we will do the best we can to have you join your preferred group. … Continue reading
New Rochelle Transition Fair
Sensory Sports Therapy Program
Kick Procrastination to the Curb
1) SEPTA is accepting grant applications that are designed to promote inclusion and a unified school community (the application is attached). All New Rochelle school district general- and special-education teachers and staff members (no outside agencies) are eligible to apply. … Continue reading
Some good news we’d like to share! New Rochelle SEPTA won the Best of the Best Award from the Westchester East Putnam Region PTA for having an outstanding unit this year. Thanks to everyone for your support and participation!
The Changing Suburbs Institute® presents The 7th Annual Hispanic Parents Leadership Conference on Special Education Workshops in Spanish for parents of children with special needs: Special Ed 101: Understanding the Special Education System Understanding an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) and … Continue reading
Thanks to everyone who made the 2016 We Are One Award Dinner a huge success! Click to see photos. Watch a video prepared for Award Recipient Donald Ross 2016 We Are One Award Recipients Albert Leonard Middle School – Donald … Continue reading
SESAME STREET INTRODUCES CHARACTER, VIDEOS AND RESOURCES FOR AUTISM On October 21st, Sesame Street introduced “Julia,” its first character with autism, as part of the initiative, “Sesame Street and Autism – See Amazing in All Children.” Sesame Street created lots … Continue reading