Supporting Parents with at-Home Activities

Greetings parents and educators. Please find a useful link (below) with many at-home activities you can use to help your child/student with their speech and language development. Included are tips for talking during everyday activities, interactive games, and activity worksheets. I hope you continue to engage your child in conversation (during daily routines, book reading, watching tv, and indoor/outdoor game… Read more →

Parents are important!

Dear Parents. Thank you for your involvment in your child’s at home speech therapy and education! Your support make all the difference in the world to the success of your child’s efforts. By now you understand far better than ever what it takes to make the changes in growth and development to help your child be successful! The following in… Read more →

PreK for 4 year olds!

ATTENTION All FAMILIES WITH A FOUR-YEAR-OLD CHILD: Dearborn Schools offers a Free Preschool Program GSRP is a free program for all eligible families and is designed to give a high quality preschool experience prior to Kindergarten.  Eligibility is primarily based on family income (federal poverty level), life experiences and child’s age.   If your child’s birth date is between December… Read more →

Supporting Students at Home

Greetings Parents, Families and Colleagues, With the new directive from the Governor, we will begin to reach out to families of students with IEPs to maintain the services stipulated by the IEP. Ongoing regular servcies will begin again on line in cooperation with parents and students. I look forward to seeing you and working with you online! In the meantime,… Read more →

Technology Survey

Dear Parents, In order to meet the needs of students and families, the Special Educaiton Department is working together to obtain information specific to student access to technology. A representative from the Henry Ford team will be calling and asking for the following information: Do you have access to a device (laptop, desktop, ipad, chromebook, etc)? Do you have internet access?… Read more →

March is Reading Month

Yay! March is reading month! Now that most of us are at home we have an excellent opportunity do what March encourages us to do: read, read, read! Your teachers have shared books, assignments and websites with you and now is an excellent time to explore your reading options! Although March is reading month, for children with dyslexia (a language… Read more →

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