Is your child struggling in school?

  • Written by SEPAC

Is homework avoidance the norm for your child?  Does the mere mention of homework send your child into a meltdown and you over the edge?  Or maybe your child doesn’t seem to be reaching their potential and you are perplexed. Problems in the classroom and homework struggles might indicate a learning disability or other conditions that make learning difficult.

SEPAC (Special Education Parent/Professional Advisory Council) will present “When Learning is Difficult: Support for Struggling Students” Wednesday, January 25, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the NSD Admistrative Center (3330 Monte Villa Parkway, Bothell). Come learn about factors that can inhibit learning, strategies and resources for supporting your child, and information about the steps that can be taken in school and outside of school to obtain assistance.  In addition, hear from NSD staff about the process available to parents and teachers to identify, evaluate and support struggling students.

This presentation is for all parents, teachers, and other professionals looking for solutions to make learning easier for their student. No childcare will be provided.


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