The food was wonderful and the company was even better. Thank you for joining us in our Spring Social event.
This semester, the CD High School Program had the honor of having two interns. Ms. Kimmie Hollendoner was Mrs. Granato-Wagner's graduate SLP student from St. Xavier's University. She was in the classroom with Mrs. Granato-Wagner from the beginning of January till mid March. The students thoroughly enjoyed having her as another staff member and teacher in the CD Program. We wish Ms. Hollendoner all the best and she is now at another placement before she graduates in May with her Master's Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders (Speech-Language Pathology). Ms. Bree Granta was, and still is, Mrs. Pamela Nagy's field-based teacher from Illinois State University. She started the second week of this semester in January, and will be here through the first week of May. The field-based semester at ISU is practicum experience where the teacher candidate takes over many of the responsibilities of the cooperating teacher, and even takes over the planning and teaching of three instructional classes over the course of the semester. Bree will then do her student teaching next fall at another location, and then graduate with her Bachelor's Degree in Education (LBS1) in December. Many of our parents were able to meet both of these ladies at Parent-Teacher Conferences!
We apologize for any inconvenience, but we are rescheduling the Family Potluck Social event that was originally to be held on March 22nd due to a large function being held at Andrew on the same evening.
The rescheduled information is:
March 29th from 6 to 8 at Andrew H.S.
Please, RSVP via email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark your calendar!
The CD program had a successful P/T Conference evening on March 3rd. Thank you to all of those who were able to attend. The P/T Conference meeting times are quick and focused on the progress your son/daughter is making in that specific class. Some would say that it is fast and furious. We appreciate any parent communication that comes our way and we hope that your conference provided you with knowledge of how your son/daughter is doing in class(es).