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CHARDON HILLS MAGNET SCHOOL

 

Dear Families,

April is Autism Awareness month at Chardon Hills Magnet School. World Autism Awareness Day (WAAD), celebrated each year on April 2, was adopted by the United Nations in 2007 to shine a bright light on autism. WAAD activities increase world knowledge of autism and impart information about the importance of early diagnosis and early intervention. Additionally, WAAD celebrates the unique talents and skills of persons with autism around the world. At Chardon Hills, students will participate in an assembly hosted by Ms. Slouffman to learn about autism and how to be a friend to someone with autism. On April 2, we will light up our main lobby area in blue lights and spend time reading stories about autism.

In other news, the newly formed Family-School Partnership Committee (FSPC) is focusing how to make Chardon Hills more family-friendly. The FSPC critically analyzed family-friendly environments and discovered areas of which Chardon Hills does well, and can improve. Look for more information in future months about the FSPC work.As always, Chardon Hills Magnet School seeks opportunities

As always, Chardon Hills Magnet School seeks opportunities for the community and school to support each other. Please feel free to share your ideas to help us find such occasions. And please continue to communicate with Chardon Hills to ensure we keep our children successful.

Respectfully,

Mr. Papouras

 

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Dear Families,
April is Autism Awareness month at Chardon Hills Magnet
School. World Autism Awareness Day (WAAD), celebrated each year
on April 2, was adopted by the United Nations in 2007 to shine a
bright light on autism. WAAD activities increase world knowledge of
autism and impart information about the importance of early
diagnosis and early intervention. Additionally, WAAD celebrates the
unique talents and skills of persons with autism around the world.
At Chardon Hills, students will participate in an assembly
hosted by Ms. Slouffman to learn about autism and how to be a friend
to someone with autism. On April 2, we will light up our main lobby
area in blue lights and spend time reading stories about autism.
In other news, the newly formed Family-School Partnership
Committee (FSPC) is focusing how to make Chardon Hills more
family-friendly. The FSPC critically analyzed family-friendly
environments and discovered areas of which Chardon Hills does well,
and can improve. Look for more information in future months about
the FSPC work.
As always, Chardon Hills Magnet School seeks opportunities
for the community and school to support each other. Please feel free to
share your ideas to help us find such occasions. And please continue to
communicate with Chardon Hills to ensure we keep our children
successful.
Respectfully, Mr. Papouras

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