This training will provide an overview of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and how parents can obtain additional assistance for their child in the public school setting. The discussion will also include a definition of the types of ADHD, why diagnosis is important, possible
causes, and suggestions for helping the child learn new and appropriate behaviors. This training introduces mental health services for children,
both in the school and community settings. We will identify some of the common categories of mental health disorders and discuss the requirements set forth by IDEA to help students identified as having mental health disorders. We will look at some of the various services available, both through the school to help the child academically,
and within the community to help the family receive the comprehensive help and support they need. Tuesday, February 19th...
Fort Sam Houston ISD is selling surplus property via an online auction. If you are interested in purchasing any of these items, click the headline above to go directly to the Lemons Auctioneers/Online Pros website. Bidding is open until January 25, 2019.
Do you cringe when your child asks for help on their math homework? Do you look at their assignments and think “I never learned math this way?” This training will take a look at the reason for the shift in mathematics instruction, what it means for your child, and how you can best support your child. It is actually easier than you think. You will leave this training with practical, ready to use applications you can use the very same day! Tuesday, February 5th...
This year’s main fundraiser is the Cougar Cub Fun Run! This means there is no selling or delivering of products. Once our program begins on January 22, 2019, family and friends anywhere in the world can support our school by giving pledges toward the number of laps your students will run on the day of the Fun Run: January 31, 2019. This year’s theme is MINDSPARK MYSTERY LAB, combining S.T.E.A.M skills (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) with character-building. While they're teaming up with the MindSparkKids to solve mysteries, our students will learn five 21st-century character traits that will help strengthen themselves and our world. Our school goal is to raise $50,000 for playground equipment and school updates.
This training will focus on six fun and easy ways to support your child’s literacy development. Participants will discover the various components of reading and writing, investigate research-based reading and writing strategies that can be easily practiced at home and school, and will actively participate in creating activities to align with each strategy.
Participants should be ready to have some fun, interact with other parents, and get crafty! All materials will be provided. Wednesday, January 24th...
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Each year during National Young Readers Week, Pizza Hut and Book It! challenge principals to choose one day to read their hearts out all day long. Check out the pictures of Dr. Cerna reading to students and guests alike!