Antelope Valley SELPA

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  • Events and Workshops for Parents and Students / Talleres y Eventos para Padres y Estudiantes

     

    TEEN MENTAL HEALTH TOOLKIT / HERRAMIENTAS DE SALUD MENTAL PARA ADOLESCENTES

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  • Child Find

    If you suspect that your child may have a disability, please contact your local school district at the number listed on the flyer.

    Flyer with information regarding Child Find for Districts.

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  • Next Superintendents' Council Meeting

     
     
     

     
     
     
     
     
     

    Next Community Advisory Committee 

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Other Upcoming Training

  • Improving Outcomes for Multilingual Students with Exceptional Needs

     

    A Tiered Approach to Accessibility - 4 part series

    Presented by: Lupita Olguin-Rubio and Vanessa Lopez

    Special guests/presenters OPEN ACCESS Day 3: Jill McCann, Jennifer Wright and Jennifer Boettger

    Students with specific learning needs may require accessibility resources to fully engage and demonstrate mastery of content during instruction and on assessments. To better serve them, teachers are encouraged to review these resources early in the school year and provide opportunities for students to experience them throughout the year in classroom instruction and assessment. Join us to learn more about the range of accessibility resources: Universal, Designated Supports, Accommodations and Unlisted Resources, and the importance of implementing these supports for assessments and how to use them to inform daily instruction.

          Day 1: 11/9/2023; 8:30 - 3:00 pm
          Day 2: 1/23/2024; 8:30 -3:00 pm
          Day 3: 3/5/2024; 8:30 - 3:00 pm
          Day 4: 5/10/2024; 8:30 - 3:00 pm
     
          Location: In-person and virtual option
     
          ICOE - Administrative Conferencing Center
          (ACC) Building E
          4202 Sperber Rd
          El Centro, CA 92243
     

    Register to attend in-person HERE

    Register to participate via Zoom HERE

     

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  • Dyslexia Training Series Winter 2023-2024

    Presenter: Daniel Silberstein, M.Ed., Diagnostic Center, Northern California (DCN)

    Recommended audience: Special Education and General Education teachers, reading specialists, para-educators, school psychologists, speech pathologists, administrators, and families.

    Registration:There is NO COST for this training series (sponsored by Diagnostic Center, Northern California and California Dyslexia Initiative). Each session has a separate registration link. Register for one, two, or all three!

    Date: December 14, 2023

    Screening and Early Intervention for Struggling Readers and Students with Dyslexia

    Prepare and learn how to screen students for dyslexia and learn ways to support students in a general education setting if they appear to be at risk for dyslexia.

    Virtual (Zoom) 3:30-5:00 PM

    Register HERE

    Date: January 18, 2024

    Assessing for Dyslexia 

    Learn how to formally assess to determine if a child has a dyslexic profile based on the California Dyslexia Guidelines.

    Virtual (Zoom) 3:30-5:00 PM

    Register HERE

    Date: February 15, 2024

    Academic Interventions: Intensifying Instruction for Struggling Readers and Students with Dyslexia

    Learn explicit multimodal reading interventions for students who have a dyslexic profile.

    Virtual (Zoom) 3:30-5:00 PM

    Register HERE

     

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