by Robin Long
everyone!! The school year is marching
by mighty fast. Before you know it, it
will be time for Spring Break.
the Month: Congratulations to the following students for
being chosen as January’s Students of the Month:
Tori Patton: who likes to cut paper and work puzzles.
Nelson: who likes to go to Chuck-E-Cheese.
Lisa Jones: who likes to spend time with her dad.
Edwards: whose favorite song is Hail to the Redskins.
Ferguson: Ms. Ferguson, Joshua’s mom writes that Joshua
is her joyful pride.
Smallwood: Jalen’s brother, Derrius writes that Jalen is
his best friend.
Ogunmakinwa: who likes to visit the mall and McDonalds.
month’s category was Improvement in Behavior.
Keep up the good work!!
Ms. Tonya Carter, our Teacher of the Visually Impaired who conducted our parent
in-service on January 25th.
We all learned a great deal! Thank you also to those parents who came
out to join us!
date open: April 12, 2013. We will be having another parent
in-service. Invited to speak with our
parents will be Ms. Melonee Clark, of the ARC of Prince George’s County and
also Ms. Dionna Jones from Parks and Recreation M-NCPPC. They will be sharing information about
Resources in Our Community and How to Access Them. Last year, Ms. Clark was very informative,
and we are happy to have her back along with Ms. Jones. We hope to see you at this informative
with the Washington Capitals!
11:00 - 2:00
4238 Wilson Blvd
for Kids is partnering with the Washington Capitals to
hold a special/sled hockey clinic for 100 children with physical and
developmental disabilities on February 8th. The event will feature
players, coaches, mascots and instructors. Check out last year's CAPS
FREE for Arc members
$5 for non-members
101 is a series of workshops for families of children who will be transitioning
from school to adult services. More information to come! Contact Melonee Clark at
firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
George’s County Department of Parks and Recreation: Before you know it, summer will be here.
Need information about summer camp programs? Use the contact information below or go to
pgparks.com click on the link to Individuals with Disabilities.
for Special Needs Students begins February 23, 2013. If your child was in a summer program last
summer, you should be receiving a booklet of information in the mail soon. If not, booklets will be available in
Judith Brown, MS, CTRS/ TR Program Coordinator
Angie Robinson, TR Specialist
Programs and Inclusion Services
Mary E. Bowie, CTRS Therapeutic Recreation Coordinator