lun 24 de may|
Does My Child Have Special Needs?
Do you suspect that your child has special needs? What is an IEP? Join us for a discussion led by Director Laurilie Keay.
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24 may 2021 17:00 – 18:00
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The pandemic has caused so many of our children to fall behind. Is your child behind because of the pandemic or are there other reasons preventing them from learning?
Join us for an open discussion with Director Laurilie Keay and Elaine Rodriguez as they discuss some common signs of learning disabilities, how to navigate the IEP (Special Education Plan) process, and how to make sure that your child is receiving the support they need.
La pandemia ha provocado que muchos de nuestros niños se rezaguen. ¿Está su hijo atrasado debido a la pandemia o hay otras razones que le impiden aprender?
Únase a nosotros para una discusión abierta con la directora Laurilie Keay y Elaine Rodríguez mientras discuten algunos signos comunes de discapacidades de aprendizaje, cómo navegar el proceso del IEP (Plan de educación especial) y cómo asegurarse de que su hijo esté recibiendo el apoyo que necesita.
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Laurilie Keay has decades of experience in school leadership and teaching roles at pre-K-12 public, charter, and private schools in Arizona and Canada. Special areas of expertise for Ms. Keay include instructional coaching, building school-wide culture and climate, student data and assessment, and leading special education programs.
Ms. Keay managed mental health and special education services for 22 Head Start Centers for the Western Arizona Council of Governments. As the Student Conduct Director at Telesis Preparatory Academy, she managed all disciplinary matters including designing and implementing behavior intervention plans.
Ms. Keay began her career at St. Andrews School in Alberta, Canada, where she served for two decades as a classroom teacher in various grades. She holds two Master’s Degrees – an M.S. in Education and Educational Administration and an M.A. in Special Education from Webster University.