Oct 4 Shoreline Special Needs PTSA meeting to focus on inclusion

Saturday, September 30, 2017

The Shoreline Special Needs PTSA will kick off the school year with its first meeting on Oct. 4 in the Shoreline Center's Ballinger Room, south wing of the complex at 18560 1st Ave NE, 98155. 
The main presentation will be on the topic of special education and inclusion. There also will be an update about the school district's plans to complete a formal review of its special education program this year.

Meet and greet time starts at 6:30pm and the meeting gets under way at 7pm.

School board candidates Jill Brady and Heather Fralick will be available during the 6:30pm social time for any members who'd like to ask questions about their campaigns (you can find their issue statements at this link).

New this year: an area will be set up in the back of the meeting room with quiet activities for kids of members who couldn't attend otherwise.

The chapter serves any child in the Shoreline School District with a 504 or IEP. That's approximately 12% of the district's enrollment. Learn more here.


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