Seminar to explore special education services

Clallam County Parent to Parent is hosting a free virtual “Special Education” seminar at 4 p.m. Thursday, April 15, on Zoom.

Sharing information, services available, and current projects will be the following presenters from the Olympic Educational Service District (OESD) 114, including: Melanie Garrett, OESD 114 assistant director of special services; Noah Johnson, Registered behavior technician/special services, and Nan Jordan, school social worker/special services.

Find the Zoom link and more at clallammosaic.org/p2p.

In Washington state there are nine educational support agencies known as Education Service Districts (ESDs) that partner with the Superintendent of Public Instruction to provide a network dedicated to making Washington state a better place to learn and live for all students. Clallam County schools work with OESD 114 to provide key services and unique supports through special education services. These services create enhanced educational opportunities for all students improving individual student success and achievement. This is particularly relevant for students with special needs, program organizers say.

For more information, contact Carah Pless, Clallam Parent to Parent Coordinator, at 360-406-1215 or p2p@clallam mosaic.org.

Parent to Parent is a program that provides information and one-to-one emotional support to parents, families, and caregivers, of individuals who have special needs.

Part of a national organization, the Clallam County chapter is hosted by Clallam Mosaic.

For more about OESD 114, visit oesd114.org/page/5.

Parent to Parent’s next virtual seminar, “Transition Services,” is set for April 29.

All Parent to Parent seminars begin at 4 p.m.

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