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STUDENTS HELPING STUDENTS SPECIAL EDUCATION COLLEGE NIGHT
January 10, 2017 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
What is it?
Students Helping Students is an evening focused on informing parents and students of the supports and accommodations available in college.
Who Should Attend? College bound, high school students who are receiving Special Education Support or 504 Accommodations, and their parents, should attend.
Who Will Present? Panel: What Parents and Students Need to Know About the College Process. Featuring: Mr. Dan Lombardo, WW Special Education Chair, will speak about how our students are being prepared for higher education. Mr. Mark Chapman, WW Guidance Counselor, will explain how to navigate the college application process. Mr. Rob Callahan, C.D.O.S Coordinator, will address the different Pathways to Graduation/Diploma Options.
Special Guest Speakers: Ms Jennifer Forni, Assistant Director of Disability Services, at Suffolk County Community College, will discuss supports and accommodations available at the college level. A panel of WW alumni will share their educational and life experiences after high school graduation.
It’s never too early, or too late, to learn about options after high school.
Get advice from professionals and your peers who have been through the process and succeeded!
Join us for an evening of information that could help in your decision making.
Any questions e-mail Sue @ firstname.lastname@example.org