Tuesday, September 27 6-8 pm
Join Karen Lindeen, Head of Middle School, Amy Miller, Assistant Head of School, and Terry Passalacqua, Head of School, for a dynamic conversation about successful parenting in the middle school years. Topics like the importance of structure, appropriate homework support, and creating an environment conducive to academic and personal success will be discussed. Please see the attached ‘Parent Community Seminars’ for a full listing of seminars offered throughout the year.
Archive for September, 2011
Tuesday, September 27 6-8 pm
Shelton Sequential English Education Program Tutor Training
Saturday, October 8 9 am-4 pm
Sunday, October 9 9 am-1 pm
We are pleased to host Joyce Pickering, Executive Director Emeritus of The Shelton School in Dallas, for a workshop for individuals interested in tutoring students with diagnosed learning differences related to language. The SEE program will be implemented at Desert Academy during Special Sessions this school year, and will be offered as a summer program next summer. We need more tutors! This is a free training designed to prepare parents, teachers, or interested community members to tutor in this program. Please contact Guillermo Tilley, Desert Academy learning specialist, at firstname.lastname@example.org, if you would like to participate in the training.
Parenting Students with Learning Differences: A talk by Joyce Pickering from the Shelton School
Thursday, October 6 6:00-7:30 pm
Plan to join us on Thursday, October 6 for an evening with Joyce Pickering, Executive Director Emeritus of the Shelton School in Dallas. Shelton is the largest school for students with learning differences in the world. This will be an informative and enlightening opportunity to understand how best to support your student with learning differences.
Our Interim activities have been a great success! Be sure to check out our facebook page
Please join us for a community gathering at 2:00pm Sunday, October 2, 2011 at our soon-to-be new campus!
The property is 26 acres, located at 7300 Old Santa Fe Trail which is the corner of Old Santa Fe Trail and El Gancho Way. Our Parent Association is sponsoring this event and will provide refreshments. Guests will be able to see our plans for the property and hear from students, parents, and others about our community’s excitement about our future. Our architect and contractor will be there to answer questions about construction while our Board of Trustees and administration will be on hand to talk about what this means for the future of education in the Santa Fe area. We welcome the community to join us for this joyous event!
For questions, please contact Kay Rice, Director of Advancement, and 992.8284 x 23 or email@example.com.
Please click to download the link below to access the Parent Community Seminars Schedule.