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Social and Emotional Competence

“There’s a lot to learn when you’re a kid. Patience and problem solving. Paying attention. How to make decisions and understand emotions. How to be kind. Children learn lessons like these every day by watching and listening to those around… Continue Reading →

Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library to come to Door County

October 03, 2018 by: Candis Dart Young children in Door County will soon start receiving FREE books in the mail.  The Door County Partnership for Children and Families, a program of United Way of Door County, is working to bring… Continue Reading →

Back-to-school Countdown

Support your child’s(ren) school success by helping them prepare in advance for the upcoming school year using these helpful tips and tools… TIPS Give your child(ren) a fresh start  Acknowledge your child(ren)’s feelings Dig out the IEP or 504 if… Continue Reading →

Summer Packet

Post from Facebook user: View Original Post Here A parent asked me the other day, “Are you sending home a packet of work for the summer?” I paused and felt half-guilty as I replied, “No…” You see, there are these… Continue Reading →

How to Help Your Kids Succeed in School

Tips and Activities for Parents of Preschool to Grade 5 Kids WHAT IS THIS BOOK ABOUT? This book provides practical advice and specific activities parents can use to help their kids excel in school. WHO IS THIS BOOK FOR? This book is for parents… Continue Reading →

Parents in Partnership

Each academic year Wisconsin Statewide Parent Educator Initiative (WSPEI) holds a Leadership Development Opportunity for Families of Children with Disabilities Ages 6 to 14.  Parents in Partnership asists parents to: learn about valualble resources plan ahead for their child and… Continue Reading →

CESA 7 Family Engagement Resources

WSPEI is designed to support parents of children with disabilities in understanding and participating in the Special Education process. In order to help schools improve partnerships with families of children with disabilities, the Department of Public Instruction developed the Wisconsin… Continue Reading →

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