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Parent Advisory. March 21, 2012. Agenda March 21, 2012 . Parent Advisory Meeting Welcome and Introductions Charlie Lange Remarks Paul Tina Why Parent Advisories? (Upcoming Survey) The Best Kept Secret in River Dell Charlie Lange Interest Survey (Slide) Our staff

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Parent advisory

Parent Advisory

March 21, 2012

Agenda march 21 2012
Agenda March 21, 2012 

  • Parent Advisory MeetingWelcome and Introductions Charlie Lange

  • Remarks Paul Tina

  • Why Parent Advisories? (Upcoming Survey)

  • The Best Kept Secret in River Dell Charlie Lange

  • Interest Survey (Slide) Our staff

  • Where to go from here? Stay in large group or divide by topic?

  • Large or small group discussion

  • Future meetings (topics and tentative dates)

  • Adjourn

Upcoming parent survey
Upcoming Parent Survey

  • Please refer to the handout entitled “Sample”

  • Last time: our data looked good but we did not have a high enough response rate to satisfy the criteria for the state’s benchmark.

  • The upcoming benchmark is a roughly an 80% response rate.

  • By way of comparison the response rate to this meeting is 37 replies from 255 students or about 14.5%.

  • So how can we reach out and convince more families to respond?

The best kept secret
The best kept secret….

  • The Special Services website….


  • Quick tour so you know where to find us.

Iep development
IEP development

  • This is a complex process facilitated by our new service provider, IEP Direct.

  • We fully comply with all state and federal requirements and we have automated as many procedures as free up our case managers. We now have:

  • Electronic access (immediate) to all past IEP’s in they system.

  • Progress reports are generated and sent to you online.

  • We can send you a PDF of your IEP anytime and from anywhere we have access to the internet.

  • Your information and concerns can be integrated easily.

Moby math
Moby Math

  • Take the tour at:


    Individualized instruction

    Progress reports available when needed

    Going live to parents this fall!

    Key question: how much training would be needed to make the most of the program?

Achieve 3000 empower 3000
Achieve 3000, Empower 3000

  • Non fiction stories, written from Associated Press, United Press International and now National Geographic.

  • Presented at your student’s reading level.

  • Always integrates standards, writing, thinking

  • Research based:

  • Let’s have a look at a real assignment


  • Key question: open the program to parents? How much training would ne needed to achieve the full benefit ?

What s next
What’s next?

  • Paul Tina contact information

  • [email protected]

  • 201-986-1140

  • Direct link to the Special Services Webpage


  • Meeting dates and Topics