Constitution Day: 9/17/2015

Though it has only been a little over a week, our class is already working hard and getting into a routine. Today we celebrated Constitution Day as a whole school. We watched the School House Rock video on the Preamble and classes got up to talked about the constitution. Our class colored a poster and wrote about what was important to them about living in the U.S.A. Most students acknowledged that our right to free speech, religion, and the right to vote were the most important rights they have. All of the students mentioned how happy they were to live in America where they are free. Hopefully, you’ll be at our Open House on Thursday the 24th of September, from 5:45 – 7:00, to see their posters and check out their classroom.

I look forward to seeing the parents on Thursday. I’ll be sharing a little bit about our classroom and some great things you can do at home to help with your student’s reading.

 

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Constitution Day: 9/17/2015

Though it has only been a little over a week, our class is already working hard and getting into a routine. Today we celebrated Constitution Day as a whole school. We watched the School House Rock video on the Preamble and classes got up to talked about the constitution. Our class colored a poster and wrote about what was important to them about living in the U.S.A. Most students acknowledged that our right to free speech, religion, and the right to vote were the most important rights they have. All of the students mentioned how happy they were to live in America where they are free. Hopefully, you’ll be at our Open House on Thursday the 24th of September, from 5:45 – 7:00, to see their posters and check out their classroom.

I look forward to seeing the parents on Thursday. I’ll be sharing a little bit about our classroom and some great things you can do at home to help with your student’s reading.

 

Helpful Information for Parents

Emergency Information

Community Action Center:

Central:   586-469-6964

North:     586-749-5146

South:     586-759-9150

Macomb’s Answer to Temporary Shelter  (MATTS):  586-755-5191

Macomb County Crisis Center:  586-307-9100

Macomb County Rotating Emergency Shelter Team (MCREST):  586-468-0775

Parenting Helpline:   1-800-942-HELP

Counseling clinics that students and  families have found to be helpful:

CARE Community Assessment: (Referral & Education)   31900 Utica Rd. Fraser, MI  48026     586-541-2273

CMH Access (Community Mental Health):  586-948-0222

Turning Point Crisis Line :   586-463-69904

Helpful Websites:

Asperger’s Homepage:    http://www.aspergers.com

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder:  http://www.chadd.org

Council for Exceptional Children:    http://www.ccc.sped.org/home.htm

International Dyslexia Association:  http://www.interdys.org

Learning Disabilities Association of America:  http://www.ldanatl.org

Michigan Office of Special Education Services:  http://www.med.state.mi.us/off.sped

Michigan Department of Education:    http://www.med.state.mi.us

Tourette Syndrome Association:  http://www.tsn.mgh.harvard.edu

 

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Emergency Information

Community Action Center:

Central:   586-469-6964

North:     586-749-5146

South:     586-759-9150

Macomb’s Answer to Temporary Shelter  (MATTS):  586-755-5191

Macomb County Crisis Center:  586-307-9100

Macomb County Rotating Emergency Shelter Team (MCREST):  586-468-0775

Parenting Helpline:   1-800-942-HELP

Counseling clinics that students and  families have found to be helpful:

CARE Community Assessment: (Referral & Education)   31900 Utica Rd. Fraser, MI  48026     586-541-2273

CMH Access (Community Mental Health):  586-948-0222

Turning Point Crisis Line :   586-463-69904

Helpful Websites:

Asperger’s Homepage:    http://www.aspergers.com

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder:  http://www.chadd.org

Council for Exceptional Children:    http://www.ccc.sped.org/home.htm

International Dyslexia Association:  http://www.interdys.org

Learning Disabilities Association of America:  http://www.ldanatl.org

Michigan Office of Special Education Services:  http://www.med.state.mi.us/off.sped

Michigan Department of Education:    http://www.med.state.mi.us

Tourette Syndrome Association:  http://www.tsn.mgh.harvard.edu

 

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