Our September SEPAC Meeting raised a number of issues that our member parents felt are priorities. One of those was a lack of social skill curriculum for our children. Superintendent Salvatore Goncalves expressed great interest in addressing this issue and asked what the schools might do to help our children and parents to improve the social skills for special education students.
A SEPAC Parent suggested that we have assignments or ideas dealing with social skills that our children would receive and then parents could follow through on these assignments with the children at home as well.
Bloomfield Schools Special Services Director Linda Colucci has organized some social skills training in response to these issues and the Special Services Division will be holding two training workshops for parents about Social Skills and Play Skills. The first session (Pre-K – Elementary levels) is scheduled for Monday, October 19, 2015 at the Bloomfield High School Media Center/Library from 6:00 – 8:30 P.M.
There will be a second session for Middle School – High School levels held in December.