We at SEPTA are with you. Our families, like yours, are adjusting to distance learning. We invite you to like us on Facebook where we are sharing daily information.
In this unprecedented time, we at SEPTA are following all Federal, State and district recommendations and conversations in terms of health and wellness as well as the changing educational landscape in this time of distance learning. We recommend families read all communications from town and district bodies to obtain the most up to date information. We are processing information at the same time as you are as parents and we will post updates and recommendations as soon as we can!
Starting on Tuesday, March 24th, PATH will launch a new series of weekly Zoom webinars called Answers: Special Education in the CONVID-19 Era. These weekly webinars will provide updates on the latest developments in special education in Connecticut in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. Best practices for parent advocacy in this new era will be included. The series will be hosted by special education parent advocate Kevin Daly.
The webinars will be held at 6:00 pm on Tuesdays beginning March 24. There is no cost to participants. Registration in advance is requested. To register, contact PATH Parent-to-Parent Program Coordinator Sheri Romblad at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tel: 203-215-9257; C: 203-234-9554
Has lots of information and resources on their website from individual parent support to weekly meetings. Visit their website at www.cpacinc.org for updates and resources or contact them by email at email@example.com, or call for individuation support (860) 739-3089
We will share more ideas and engagement opportunities as we receive them!
The CT and US Department of Education are considering modified guidance that may loosen certain time lines and requirements under IDEA. Details and information is continuously evolving.
State organizations like PATH (http://pathct.org/ ) and SEEKCT (https://seekct.com/) are closely monitoring this situation and sharing up to date information about actions and recommendations across the state and the country.
We highly recommend following these organizations for information, ideas, resources and to find supports you may be looking for during this difficult time