SUPAC Summaries / Tools & Tips
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Tools & TipsSUPAC Tools & Tips are designed to provide parents and caregivers with advice on special education topics and promote parent involvement. If you have a topic you would like to see covered in our newsletter or would like to receive an electronic or hard copy please contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 315-443-4336 or toll free at 877-824-9555.
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|This issue discusses types of bullying, why children bully, the impact of bullying and what to do if you think your child is being bullied.|
|There are many things that parents can do to support their children’s academics at home. In this issue of SUPAC Tools & Tips, you can learn more about how to support your young child with reading at home. This is the first issue in a series focusing on how to support children’s academics.|
|This issue of SUPAC Tools & Tips provides strategies for parents/caregivers to use before, during, and after a meeting with their child’s school team. Use these checklists to plan and learn ways to build and maintain positive and effective relationships.
|This edition of SUPAC Tools & Tips discusses ideas for activities that will keep your kids (Kindergarten-5th grade) learning and their minds working all while having fun during winter break.|
|These checklists offer a timeline of events that may need to be considered during a student’s transition process. Not all items will be applicable to all students, and these lists serve as optional planning tools.
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