2019-2020 Educational Partnership Program
Register an Additional Teacher HERE
Download the brochure HERE
What is Club 21’s Educational Partnership program? The program is comprised of two components:
1) Parent Pathways (Parents): Parent education and support is provided though our Educational Pathways Seminar Series. Parents receive the education and tools needed to support their child’s educational program through attending one of the Educational Pathways Seminars, which meet four evenings throughout the school year. The Pathways Series begins with Preschool in Good Beginnings, progressing through Smart Start, On the Road, all the way through Middle and High school in the Moving on Up.
2) Equipping Educators Program (Teachers): Educator training and support is provided by participation in our Equipping Educators program. This program will equip educators to best serve those students with Down syndrome in their classrooms. Club 21 will provide up-to-date research, tools, resources and strategies to educators through four FULL day conferences. Educators will participate in an educational cohort of their peers. These trainings are specifically designed to assist professionals in teaching students with Down syndrome, although many topics are applicable to all students, with or without special needs.
Cost: The cost of the program is $300.00 which includes all four seminars. A teacher attending 4 sessions and their sub fee is also included in this cost. Any additional teacher attending is $50.00 per seminar. It is the responsibility of parent and school to get the information needed for substitutes to Club 21 in a timely manner.
Download the letter to your school's Administrator AND Teacher
|All Day Educator Conferences 9am:||Evening Parent Seminars 6:30pm:|
|Tuesday Sept. 24, 2019||Thursday Sept. 19, 2019|
|Tuesday October 29, 2019||Thursday October 24, 2019|
|Friday and Saturday, Jan. 31- Feb. 1, 2020 Tools for the Journey Conference||Thursday February 20, 2020|
|Thursday April 30, 2020|
Educational Partnership program is available through the generosity of two family foundations.