Our March 4th, Bloomfield SEPAC Meeting will indeed be a very useful and important one that will feature renowned Special Needs Attorneys Beth Manes Esq. and Jessica Weinberg Esq. of the law firm of Manes & Weinberg. The Meeting takes place at BHS from 6-8 PM. You can learn about Parents and Students rights in Special Education and Ms. Manes and Ms. Weinberg will take some questions from the audience too.
You wont want to miss this opportunity to learn more about your Rights and ways to improve your child’s IEP. We look forward to seeing you, Wednesday, March 4, 2020 from 6-8 PM at BHS.
Your Bloomfield SEPAC Team
Our next SEPAC Meeting is Wednesday, January 8, 2020,at BHS from 6-8 P.M.
Does your child spend too much time Online? Has the Internet become more of a priority in some cases than real life?
Bloomfield Schools Media & Technology Specialist Angela Brisini, will be discussing how Students use of Social Media can impact their lives and their studies and ways to help your child maintain healthy use of the Internet and Social Media.
We look forward to seeing you for an evening of interesting information and discussion.
Your Bloomfield SEPAC Team.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE BLOOMFIELD SEPAC MEETING ORIGINALLY SCHEDULED FOR WED. NOV 13, 2019,HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL DEC.4. 2019.
SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.
Our next Meeting (Nov. 13, at BHS, from 6-8 P.M.) is not aimed at only Special Ed Students. Any student or parent may benefit from this very helpful and informative Forum. So please spread the word among your friends and school families. You will have the opportunity to ask your questions of our Presenters following their talks.
Our topics will be overview of Suite 360 and the Wingman initiative.
Assistant Superintendent of Bloomfield Schools, Joseph Fleres, will give a presentation about Suite 360.
“Suite360 provides students with information and techniques to support self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationships skills, and responsible decision-making. In addition, the program addresses specific topics such as cyberbullying, academic success, substance abuse and many other challenges students and communities face. Finally, the program provides behavior intervention support for students who experience common conduct issues.”
Bloomfield Schools Supervisor of Guidance, K-8, Michael Bruno, will give a presentation about The Wingman Program.
The Wingman Initiative- “Wingman is a unique youth leadership program from Dylan’s Wings of Change that develops social and emotional skills through team bonding and trust building activities. Wingman inspires children to be more empathetic, courageous and inclusive young leaders. The Wingman program is being used in schools, dance studios, running clubs, summer camps and after school programs to promote accepting and inclusive environments around the world.
We look forward to seeing you on what is bound to be a most informative evening.
– Your Bloomfield SEPAC Team Members
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