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Tips for Parents at Parent Teacher Conferences

November 14th, 2017 2018-12-12T15:54:40-08:00 2017-11-14T12:00:26-08:00 Bonnie Terry Bonnie Terry Learning Bonnie TerryBonnie Terry

Parent-teacher conferences come around several times a year. This is the perfect time for you to check in and see how your child is doing. Have your kids been turning in their homework? Are they working during class time? Are your kids struggling with their homework? Do your kids like school? So many questions!

Should We Do a 504 Plan for Our Son?

February 4th, 2010 2016-02-25T00:47:12-08:00 2010-02-04T10:52:07-08:00 Bonnie Terry Bonnie Terry Learning Bonnie TerryBonnie Terry

Hi Bonnie, We spoke with the principal at my son’s school this morning. The talk went well and he seemed very concerned about our son. But, the bottom line is, the school is reluctant to give my son 504 because it will stick with him for life (though they offered today if we really really […]

Tips for a Successful IEP Meeting

October 3rd, 2009 2015-01-23T23:16:10-08:00 2009-10-03T12:52:30-07:00 Bonnie Terry Bonnie Terry Learning Bonnie TerryBonnie Terry

I just came across this article on preparing for an IEP and wanted to share it with you. Learn what to do before, during and after an IEP meeting. By GreatSchools Staff As a parent, do you approach IEP meetings with fear and dread? If so, here are some suggestions to help you feel more at […]

Does an IEP Hold the School More Accountable Than a 504?

September 18th, 2009 2009-09-18T15:15:37-07:00 2009-09-18T15:15:37-07:00 Bonnie Terry Bonnie Terry Learning Bonnie TerryBonnie Terry

I received an email today where a parent stated “I think that if you have a choice that you should definitely do the IEP because it make the school more accountable and you have to be included in the review.” Actually, both a 504 and an IEP are legal documents and must be complied with, […]

Learning Disabilities, Visual and Auditory Processing, & ADHD Problems

July 10th, 2009 2015-02-04T23:18:49-08:00 2009-07-10T16:13:50-07:00 Bonnie Terry Bonnie Terry Learning Bonnie TerryBonnie Terry

My daughter has learning disabilities (visual and auditory processing problems, ADHD, reading and math learning disabilities, sensory integration problems, etc.).  She will be going into the 9th grade this fall.  She has been in public school up through 7th grade and was in special ed programs there.  I pulled her out to homeschool her last […]

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