Serving school districts in Ashland, Crawford, Huron, Knox, Marion,

Medina, Morrow, Richland, Seneca, and Wyandot Counties in Ohio

1495 W. Longview Ave., Suite 200

Mansfield, Ohio 44906

Telephone: 419.747.4808

Toll Free: 800-424-7372

Fax: 419.747.3806

 

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Family Resouces

RedTreehouse.org

SST 7 would like to highlight a great resource that promotes and supports the physical, emotional, intellectual and social development of children an dyoung adults, prenatal - 25.

 

A unique feature that will allow you to develop a better understanding of the resources available at redtreehouse.org is found on YouTube.  The attached link will explain the web site's available resources and allow you to find what you need quickly.  The introductory session is only 3:34 long, but it is time well spent.

Learning at Home Activities

 

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Learning at Home Activities

Richland Aspirations Program

Richland Aspirations is a program designed to provide an opportunity for teens and young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) to discuss their own vocational and social goals and dreams!  It is open to residents of Richland County and the surrounding counties. 

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Richland Aspiration Flyer

THIRD GRADE READING GUARANTEE FAMILY RESOURCES

 

Resources to Help Your Child

Struggling readers greatly benefit from their families’ involvement and help at home. This page has links will give you the tools you need.

 

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Letter to all parents from ODE recommended by

Parents Advisory Council (PAC).

 

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Parent and Family Engagement Provisions in the Every Student Succeeds Act

The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) serves as the latest reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (ESEA) which was last reauthorized in 2002 as the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB). Since its inception, the intent of the law has been to raise achievement for low-income and otherwise disadvantaged children. Parent and family engagement and consultation have always been a key piece of the law, focused on the low-income parents of “Title I-participating” children. We know that gaps in educational opportunity and achievement will only be remedied when those closest to the affected students – parents, families, and communities – are driving decisionmaking. This brief seeks to provide advocates with a full overview of the ESSA's requirements, and opportunities, for parent, family and community engagement.

 

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