Take Action: CPS’ Reopening Preliminary Framework: Attend Virtual Meetings

Illinois Raise Your Hands LogoLearn How you can provide feedback to CPS’ Reopening Preliminary Framework

On Friday, July 17, CPS released their School Reopening 2020: Preliminary Framework.

You can read the CPS Preliminary Reopening Framework here: English | Spanish

Here’s how you can provide feedback…

1) CPS has an online survey here.

2) CPS is hosting public, virtual meetings the week of July 27 – July 31. Dates, times, and registration links are below.

This information was compiled by Illinois Raise your Hands.  If you would like to learn more visit: the Illinois Raise Your Hands website .

 

Parent Empowerment Expo

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The Office of Diverse Learner Supports and Services (ODLSS) and the Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities (MOPD) invite you to attend the 2018 Parent Empowerment EXPO͘. This important event is a special education and disability resource fair for parents, family members and caregivers of Chicago Public Schools students, ages 3-21, receiving special education services͘.

– Meet with community agencies
– Attend workshops on disability-related topics
– Attend the IEP and Transition clinic

Parents must register online to attend the event! The link is below goo.gl/pqUVSU .

Date: May 5, 2018 Address: 2102 W. Ogden Parent Registration: 8:30 am Event Start Time: 9:00 am Event End Time: 1:30 pm LUNCH IS PROVIDED(PIZZA)!


Transitioning from Early Intervention: What Every Parent Should Know

You are invited to
Child & Family Connections #11
For a FREE Training


Transitioning from Early Intervention:  What Every Parent Should Know
Trainers: Roberta Hansen,CFC #11-Gina DalPra, CPS

Come; join other parents with your questions in an informal training centered on the process to continue services through Chicago Public Schools after your child turns 3.

Thursday, April 23rd , 2015.
1:00-3:00 p.m.
Child & Family Connections #11 office
945 W. George St., Suite 300, Chicago, IL 60657

Parents with a child currently participating in the Early Intervention program and their Early Intervention providers are welcome. Priority will be given to families with children who have passed their 2nd birthday. This training is for adults only. Sorry we are not able to safely accommodate children.
Registration is required-space is limited to 30.  Email your interest to roberta_hansen@rush.edu by leaving your name, and your child’s name and birth date by April 21st . We will send you a confirmation email.  Any questions, call Roberta at 312-942-7863.

ODLSS presents Parent Empowerment Expo

FAMILY & SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP FORUMS to learn about CPS’ODLSS presents Parent Empowerment Expo Diverse Learner Conference and Resource Fair

Chicago Public Schools’ Office of Diverse Learner Supports and Services (ODLSS) is inviting families of diverse learners to attend its annual education conference and fair.  Come out and learn about ODLSS special education supports and services, get information about local and community resources and meet other families.

Featuring:

  • Resource Fair for Parents 
  • Transitioning to Adult Services Clinic 
  • IEP Review Clinic 
  • Parent Workshops

Work present in English and Spanish

FREE! Continental breakfast and lunch provided

Saturday, March 21, 2015

Event Check-In 8:00 am  - 9:00 am

Event and Resource Fair: 9:00 am – 2:00 pm

George Westinghouse College Prep

3223 W. Franklin Blvd.

Chicago, Il 60624

Register Today!  www.odlssparentexpo.eventbrite.com  Space is limited

This event is for CPS families of diverse learners ages preschool through high school.

*We recommend, where possible, to make this an adult only event.

The event format is conference style and the workshop sessions are not ideal for children.  Child care is not available.   For more information go to www.odlssparentexpo.eventbrite.com or www.cps.edu .

The What, They Why, and The How of a Response to Intervention (RTI) Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) Overview for Families (TO RECEIVE $20 GIFT CARD, YOU MUST Pre-REGISTER BY 4PM 9/16/2014)

mother and daughter reading-1The What, They Why, and The How of a Response to Intervention (RTI) Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) Overview for Families

Join Family Resource Center on Disabilities Parent Training and Information Center and Illinois RtI Network for this FREE informational session for parents of children who  struggle with reading, math, or behavior.

Family Resource Center on Disabilities and State Board of Education LogoThe Illinois RTI Network Parent Partnership is a State Personal Development Grant (SPDG) project of the Illinois State Board of Education.  All funding (100%) is from federal sources.  The contents of this presentation were developed under a grant from the Department of Education, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government of OSEP Project Officer: Grace Zamora Duran.

The What, The Why, and The How of a Response to Intervention (RTI) Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) Overview for Families

mother and daughter reading-1The What, They Why, and The How of a Response to Intervention (RTI) Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) Overview for Families

Join Family Resource Center on Disabilities Parent Training and Information Center and Illinois RtI Network for this FREE informational session for parents of children who  struggle with reading, math, or behavior.

Family Resource Center on Disabilities  and State Board of Education Logo

 

The Illinois RTI Network Parent Partnership is a State Personal Development Grant (SPDG) project of the Illinois State Board of Education.  All funding (100%) is from federal sources.  The contents of this presentation were developed under a grant from the Department of Education, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government of OSEP Project Officer: Grace Zamora Duran.

Social Wellness and Social Success Groups now open for Registration!

Social Wellness Group The Social Wellness Group is intended for children ages 9-12 with a High Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder.  Children must be able to participate and gain from a 60-minute group session.

Wednesdays Beginning Jan. 15, 2014
6:00 – 7:00 PM
Outings 6:30-8:00 PM
The Social Success Group is intended for middle school students in 6th-8th grades with a High Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder.The Social Success Group is intended for students middle school students in 6th-8th grades with a High Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder. They must be able to participate and gain from a 60-minute group session and various community outings.

Mondays Beginning January 13, 2014
6:00-7:00 PM
Outings 6:30-8:00