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9:30 am

Grace Episcopal School (PS-5), Glimpse of Grace preview event

November 14, 2019 @ 9:30 am - 10:30 am
Grace Episcopal School 3601 Russell Rd, None
Alexandria, 22305
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Grace Episcopal School invites you to a "Glimpse of Grace". This program is designed as a preview event for families interested in Grace for the 2020-2021 school year. The program will begin at 9:30 am with a short welcome to the school followed by abbreviated tours of our campus. Reservations are not required to attend. For further information please call 703-549-5067 or email admissions@graceschoolalex.org.

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The Griffin Academy of Westminster School (Preschool) Open House

September 27, 2019 @ 9:30 am
Westminster School 3819 Gallows Road
Annandale, 22003
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Join us for a Preschool Open House at our new location on the main campus of Westminster School! Learn more about our Focus on the FUNdamentals! RSVP to reserve your spot!

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9:15 am

BASIS Independent McLean (Age 2-Grade 12) Information Session

September 20, 2019 @ 9:15 am - 10:15 am
BASIS Independent McLean 8000 Jones Branch Drive
McLean, 22102
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About BASIS Independent McLean: We are an age 2–grade 12 private school in Fairfax County, Northern Virginia. Home to the globally benchmarked BASIS Curriculum, a liberal arts program with a STEM focus designed to inspire mastery and excellence in our students as they learn at the highest international levels. Our teachers are passionate educators with proven subject expertise who make learning an engaging and joyful endeavor. Our students and teachers live by our community values, which are to SHOW Respect, TAKE Responsibility, and MAKE Improvements. -- Attend this info session, and you will: Receive an overview of our world-acclaimed academic program, mission and philosophy, and extensive elective and extracurricular offerings. Learn specifics about the well-rounded, high-achieving BASIS Curriculum, from our two-teacher model in younger grades to unique subjects like Mandarin, logic, and engineering, to The Academy, a new optional humanities track for students in grades 8–12. Hear about our students' incredible academic journeys—from their first steps into our Twos Program all the way to college counseling, seminar courses, and university-level independent research in high school. Get to know school leadership and faculty, and ask any questions on your mind.

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8:00 am

The Sycamore School Information Session (5-12)

September 22, 2019 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am
The Sycamore School 4600 North Fairfax Drive
Arlington, 22203
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At The Sycamore School, we do school differently. Small class sizes. Hands on learning. Weekly field trips. We are a school kids actually want to attend. Parents, educational advocates and members of the community are invited to meet our Head of School and speak with current staff and students to learn more and tour the school. Kindly RSVP. https://thesycamoreschoolva.org/event/school-information-session-16-2-2-2-2-2/

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12:00 pm

Join Accessible College and Power Up by Learning Essentials for a Twitter Chat!

May 9, 2019 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Thursday, May 9th, 12-1pm ET, #SelfAdvocacy4u Continuum of Care & Self-Advocacy for Students with Disabilities & Health Conditions Through the Education Cycle Families that have students with disabilities and health conditions have different needs, roles and responsibilities. As students transition through the education cycle there is a lot of considerations from identifying a disability, to creating an IEP/504 and advocating for accommodations. Join in the conversation as we tackle the continuum of care and self-advocacy for students with disabilities and health conditions. Let’s support students taking on a larger role and learning to self-advocate as they transition through their K- post-secondary education. What are the questions that families should be asked to promote a smoother transition through this cycle? How can students begin to foster self-advocacy skills early on to promote independence? How can parents and teachers support students and encourage students to play the main role in self-advocacy? Register on Eventbrite below to mark your calendar and receive a reminder email: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/twitter-chat-continuum-of-care-self-advocacy-for-students-tickets-60337209217

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