Learning is Fundamental for Everyone
What are 504 and IEP Plans?
Virginia PTA Advocacy Webinars- Weds 12:00
Advocates for Justice in Education
Click HERE for their very informative newsletter.
Parents Place of Maryland Back to School Resources
PPMD has a new resource section on their website. Click HERE! to find resources about going back to school during the pandemic. They will be updating this section frequently, so be sure to check and see what new resources are available to support you and your family's needs. You can also join their "Coffee Conversations" here:
Mondays 2pm - Families with a child in Middle or High School
Tuesdays 2pm - Families with a child Birth – 5th grade
Wednesdays 10am - Families with a child who has behavior challenges
Wednesdays 2pm - Families with a child who has complex needs
Thursdays 2pm - Spanish Speaking families
Fridays 2pm - Military-Connected Families
Message from Washington Parent
The outbreak and spread of the coronavirus has caused a lot of uncertainty for us all. We at Washington Parent remain committed to our DMV families and we will do our best to keep you informed and updated on relevant information to help you navigate parenting in these uncertain times. Due to the ban on large gatherings, we will suspend our list of family-friendly events and focus on fun, kid-friendly activities while at home. Please stay well and keep in touch either on our Facebook page, Instagram account washingtonparent.com or email me at email@example.com. See additional resources at parents.com and classroommagazines.scholastic.com -Jane & the staff at Washington Parent
Online Teaching Resources for Families and Educators
Set your family up for success with distance learning tips and schedules for kids at home. You'll find helpful resources from Common Sense and other trusted organizations on a range of topics, from using Zoom to managing anxiety and supporting social and emotional well-being. Welcome to your go-to guide for giving your kid a positive experience learning from home. Click here.
The Family Guide to At-Home Learning from the CEEDAR Center has practical strategies that work for helping children of all ages who may be struggling with an at-home learning task. Families may find these strategies useful when helping their children complete various reading, math, and/or behavioral tasks at home. View it on our website here.
Let NASA bring the universe into your home by clicking here!
Science Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) at Home here.