Upcoming Parent Workshops
Most workshops this school year will be presented virtually. Please click the titles below to view each flyer for our upcoming workshop details.
Introduction to Special Education - February 28, 2023
This workshop is designed for parents and family members of students who are eligible for special education or for anyone who is interested in learning more about special education and the IEP process.Topics include the Assessment Process, Parental Rights, Understanding the IEP, IEP goals and services, and other issues related to special education. Participants will also have an opportunity to ask questions. Several workshops will be offered during the school year. The same material will be covered at each workshop.
Understanding the Individual Education Program (IEP): The Process and the Document - Oct 18, 2022
In this training you will gain an understanding of how special education staff, with your input and collaboration, develop your child's IEP document. In addition, the IEP document will be explained page by page. Increasing your understanding of the IEP process and IEP document will assist you in becoming a more effective and confident member of the IEP Team.
Supporting Social Emotional Learning for Elementary Aged Children - Feb 8, 2023
As our educational environment evolves, our student's social emotional learning needs are changing. This training will focus on strategies to support related needs such as anxiety and withdrawal. Participants will also receive community resource connections to help support the social emotional needs of their children.
Strategies to Support your Child During School Vacation - March 2, 2023
With spring and summer break fast approaching, we would like to share some strategies to help parents and caregivers in planning and preparation for the challenges faced when school is not in session. We will also share ways to help keep your child engaged during the months of Spring/Summer breaks.
Understanding Dyslexia - February 9, 2023
This workshop is designed for parents and educators who would like to learn more about dyslexia. Topics include the history of dyslexia, defining what dyslexia is and is not, how dyslexia is diagnosed, dyslexia and special education, a review of the California Department of Education Dyslexia Guidelines, and intervention strategies.
Love & Literacy - March 4, 2023
Love and Literacy Across California is a OC Deaf event hosted for the DHH community at Raymond Temple Elementary School in Buena Park on March 4, 2023 from 10am - 2pm. The event will offer vendors, entertainment, ASL storytelling, food and other activities. RSVP or contact at ocdeaf.org/Love & Literacy Across California.
ASL Class Series - Monday Nights March 6 to May 22, 2023
Beginning American Sign Language and Deaf Culture classes. 11 in person sessions will be taught in ASL by a Deaf instructor. Monday nights 6pm-7pm, March 6 to May 22, 2023 (no class March 27) at Raymond Temple Elementary School. Register to reserve your spot. English and Spanish interpretation provided. Click here for flyer in español.
Online Parent Trainings
How Technology, Organization, and Structure affect Behavior.
As we have learned to navigate educational platforms such as google classroom and zoom lessons, our skill sets online are becoming more proficient. Although we have become more accustomed as to how to log on and problem solve "technology" issues, we are left with other variables that impact our students ability to access the instruction...behavior. In this training, we will talk through what may be your current learning environment and offer suggestions for small changes that can have a positive impact on the stress level in your home.
Coming in April