• East Rutherford School District

    Parent Academy For Student Success

    All Children Can Succeed

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    What is the Parent Academy For Student Success?

    The Parent Academy is a free, year-round, parent engagement initiative of East Rutherford Public Schools, helping parents become full partners in their children’s education. The goal is to provide educational excellence for all of our children by informing parents about the importance of their roles, uniting families and schools, and giving parents a fuller sense of their rights, responsibilities, and the educational opportunities available. Free workshops are offered monthly for parents. In addition, parents will have the opportunity to participate in workshops that are aligned with their needs and are conveniently located near their home and workplace.

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    List of Courses

    NAME OF COURSE

    DESCRIPTION

    PRESENTER

     DATE
    Title I & Special Education Update Learn about what’s new in remedial instruction and special education Ms. Sharon King-Dobson- Director of Curriculum & Student Services 9/24/18 
    Families Building Better Readers and writers Learn strategies that you can implement at home to help your child become a better reader and writer (Click for flyer) Ms. Janis Cameron- Literacy Coach  10/23/18
    Basic Computer Skills: Google Docs, Google Classroom etc. Learn about the technology that your child is using school Ms. Rebecca Krantz- Technology Supervisor 11/13/18
    Speech & Language Deficits Learn more about the area of  speech and language pathology as well as services in East Rutherford schools Speech Therapist- Bracha Waldman  12/12/18
    Mental Health & Suicide Prevention
    Learn the warning signs of emotional distress and the steps you can take to be supportive. Suicide is preventable and one death by suicide is too many. Come learn about what you can do to support your child’s mental health and well-being 

    School Psychologist or West Bergen Medical Center

     2/28/19
    Dyslexia: What you need to know Learn more about dyslexia and how to meet the needs of students who have disabilities in reading and interpreting words, letters, and other symbols

    Ms. Janis Cameron- Literacy Coach

    Date To Be Determined