septaevents

 

2nd Cup of Coffee Parent Support Group:  SEPTA Monthly Support at Dolphin Cafe! Click the link for more info!
All are welcome. 
Email topics you are interested in discussing to portsepta@aol.com.

Thursday, 9/13/18, 9:00am, Ayhan’s Shish Kebab
Welcome Breakfast 
Please join us for an informal, complimentary breakfast. Share your questions and concerns with fellow parents. Find out more about how SEPTA can support, educate and guide you.  All are welcome.  Bring friends.

Thursday, 10/4/18, 12-2 pm, Daly Annex
Special Education in Port Washington

Stephanie Allen, Executive Director of Pupil Personnel Services (Special Education).  Review of the special education services and programs available to Port Washington residents. A question and answer session will follow. (Children welcome.)
Monday, 10/22/18, 7 pm, Schreiber H.S. Library
Transition to College: Accommodations and College Selection
Presented by Andrew Akapnitis, Dir. of Guidance, and a guest speaker.
Monday, 11/5/18, 7 pm, Schreiber H.S. Library
H.S. Diploma Options
Presented by Andrew Akapnitis, Dir. of Guidance. Learn about curent diploma options for students with IEPs. Parents of 8th graders should attend!
Wednesday, 11/14/18, 10:30 am, Daly Annex
Transition from Preschool to Elementary School Amity Howard-Reiss, Stephanie Allen, and Joane Vincente (PPS). Review of the transition from the Preschool Service System (CPSE) to the Elementary School Service System (CSE) and the programs and related services that may be discussed for your child.

TBD, Schreiber H.S.
Transition to Schreiber: Parents of Students with IEPs or 504 Plan
Andrew Akapnitis and Schreiber Special Education staff will discuss students’ transition from  Middle School to High School and will also address parent concerns. (For parents of incoming 9th graders, Fall ’19)

Thursday, 3/14/19, 6:30pm, Weber M.S. Library

Transition to Weber: Parents of Students with IEPs or 504
Chris Shields, Principal, Weber MS, and Weber Special Education staff will discuss students’ transition from Elementary to Middle School and will also address parent concerns.