Weekly Update from Andy
There was great participation at LAMP training at Keystone this week. Thanks to everyone who participated and a special thanks to Cindy Malone and everyone who worked to make LAMP training such a success.
Here's what's coming up next at Keystone:
Check in on the National Book Festival on Saturday, Sep. 23rd: http://www.loc.gov/bookfest/
CEC's Tool of the Week: http://www.tooloftheweek.org/know-yourself/
Infinitec Newsletter: http://files.constantcontact.com/56657914101/d834616b-622d-45c9-a39f-85fd9f15a336.pdf
Thanks for all you do. Andy
Learn about project based learning and how to implement the process in your classroom using district tools and technology. Brought to you by USD 449, Easton. Download complete information here:
Project Based Learning Flyer
COUNT YOUR KID IN – If you have concerns about your child's development, this free screening will provide help for children 0-5 years of age. Children are screened in areas of speech / language development, motor development, concept development, social skills, vision and hearing.
This month's location is at the Perry United Methodist Church
For an appointment call 78-876-2214, ext. 201
Download Flyer for complete information.
PAT, tiny-k, Student Records - New Location
In making room for JDLA expansion, Keystone Parent as Teachers, NE KS Infant Toddler - tiny-k and Student Records programs are now located in the Oskaloosa School District Middle School basement. Phone, fax and address remain the same.
TASN Autism and Tertiary Behavior Supports Project now sponsors a School Mental Health Facebook page. Click here to view. Watch for information on upcoming newsletters.
To register for webinars, go to www.myinfinitec.org. Under the Calendar section, choose the date, title, time, and then click on the link provided to find a description and registration information. Certificates of completion will be provided for all webinars. Download a PDF of frequently asked questions pertaining to webinars and a login guide.