Children refill stranger's empty Halloween candy bowl: 'Be kind to everyone'
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CCPS invites you to attend Section 504/Title II: Evaluation and Eligibility. This training, offered by the Office of Civil Rights, focuses on the requirements of Section 504 regarding child find, the evaluation and eligibility process, placement decisions, procedural safeguards, the grievance procedure, and OCR’s complaint process.
The presentation will be held on September 19, 2022, from 5 p.m.- 6 p.m. and will be conducted using Microsoft Teams. Please register on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/section-504title-ii-evaluation-and-eligibility-training-tickets-418202052597
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The Children's Museum of Richmond is featuring Tips & Talks: Kindergarten Readiness Tips
Friday, April 8 at 6:00pm on https://www.facebook.com/cmorichmond! Chesterfield County Public Schools own Cat Tompkins and Brittany Evans share k ready tips! On Saturday, April 9, join us in the Downtown Museum lobby from 10am-12pm for Learning in the Lobby: Look, Listen, Learn. This event will feature:
-Fun activities designed by museum educators, plus
-MEDARVA Vision & Hearing screenings (first-come, first-served)
-Engagement with the Children's Hospital of Richmond at VCU.
Please note: this event is free, but Museum admission is not included.
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Grab a cup of coffee and join us for Coffee+Conversation on April 13,2022 from 1-2 p.m. and learn about the Special Education Eligibility process. rebrand.ly/coffeeconvo Chesterfield County Public Schools
Congratulations to this group for completing the Learning with You series! Thanks for taking the time to dive deep into all things CCPS! Chesterfield County Public Schools
Join Coffee+Conversation on Wednesday February 9th from 1-2 p.m.! We will discuss ADHD strategies, techniques and resources to assist families who have a child with an ADHD diagnosis. Chesterfield County Public Schools
Do you have questions about your child’s development in the areas of language, fine motor and gross motor skills? Are you looking for ways to support your child’s development at home? Join us for Coffee+Conversation! This session is great for parents of children aged 0-6! Chesterfield County Public Schools
FACE to FACE: Families Supporting Families is a project created to bring kindness and support to families that have recently experienced trauma or loss from recent natural disasters. In December 2021, tornadoes ravaged many parts of Kentucky. The Mayfield Public School system is assisting families as they rebuild their community, their homes, and their lives. The CCPS Family and Community Engagement (FACE) office is currently working with the Mayfield Public School FACE office by providing donations and support. Learn how you can help at this link. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1u0Fw6BziiUUHzId6Up7M72ob2yh2_ER_/view
Hello Chesterfield County Public Schools families, Coffee+Conversation starts again on Wednesday 1/12/22 from 1-2 p.m.! Join us and discuss ways to partner with your child's school. Register at rebrand.ly/coffeeconvo!
The Coffee+Conversation series is starting back up next week on 1/12/22. Most Wednesdays through April, parents can join Cat Tompkins of the FACE Team and guests from Chesterfield County Prevention Services or the CCPS Special Education team to learn ways to support their children and themselves! Parenting is hard! There is no manual! Grab a cup of coffee and join us from 1-2 p.m.! +convo
Check out this document for details of all sessions.: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1RpiuD6T2eKFd738lEQA3Fwp3AaRCnxio/view?usp=sharing
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Create a Christmas Tree out of tape and let your children decorate it with any supplies around the house! Can create it on the floor or a table!
Coffee anyone? Join us for the next Coffee+Conversation on November 17th. from 1-2 p.m.- Dealing with Grief, Loss, and Disappointment. Learn ways to navigate this holiday season with less stress. Chesterfield County Public Schools Chesterfield County Virginia Government Sign up at rebrand.ly/coffeeconvo
Mesmerizing! Thanks to Coatlicue dancers, presented in partnership with La Milpa Restaurant, for entertaining Chesterfield County Public Schools families tonight!
Chesterfield County Public Schools Families & Caregivers, grab a cup of coffee and join the conversation on 11/3/21!
Join Chesterfield County Prevention Services and CCPS Face for Coffee+Conversation! The 10/20/21 Topic-Helping Your Child with Stress and Anxiety Chesterfield County Public Schools
Sign up at this link!
Here are some future parent chats:
-Nov 3rd Managing Challenging Behaviors -Whitney Kern, Cat Tompkins
-Nov 17th Dealing with Stress and Loss during COVID-19 -Ginger Dotter and Rebecca Lint, Cat Tompkins
-Dec 1st Helping Youth Manage Strong Feelings -Whitney Kern, Cat Tompkins
Help us "Stand with Children"! Make sure every child has a coat this winter. Chesterfield County Public Schools
Pink Flamingo Week is Oct. 9-16! Join the Chesterfield Education Foundation in support of and in partnership with Chesterfield County Public Schools to make sure every Chesterfield student who needs a coat can get one. For as little as $25, you can help keep the kids in our community warm this winter. If you are able to provide more support, you can make a positive impact on even more children in need. Pledge your sponsorship today at http://bit.ly/pfw2021
A big shout out to all the vendors and CCPS staff that presented at Destination Life Disability Resource Fair and Parent Conference! Many thanks to keynote Tammy Burns, PEATC for inspiring us to set realistic goals. Appreciated her ❤️ parent perspective! So glad to see our Chesterfield County Public Schools families live and in person!
Tech It Out Tuesday! Here are some links to apps and resources that your child may use at school. Chesterfield County Public Schools
2021 Tech It Out-Week 3 Mealviewer app Sign up for text messaging Are You Ready to Tech It Out?-Week 3 During the month of September, the Office of Family and Community Engagement is sharing a series of practical instructive resources to help families understand and manage the digital landscape that their child utilizes...
It is Hispanic Heritage Month! What are you reading? Here are some great choices! Chesterfield County Public Schools
Hispanic Heritage Month: OwnVoices Picture Books for Kids - The Seattle Public Library Hispanic Heritage Month: OwnVoices Picture Books for Kids by Seattle Kids Librarians - a staff-created list : In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month (which runs September 15-October 15), SPL Children's Librarians created this list of recent picture books by Latinx authors and illustrators.
CCPS Families, Do you want to learn about some of the useful tech tools your child will be using as a student? Tech It Out here! https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/e/2PACX-1vTQHGYhFRfwVrsJ0WKNBsWwmjIfUjqv0XKRtpWxlkobkJVbKzhhdKdw7jTL79_N2mubPObskU-zXfM9/pub?start=false&loop=false&delayms=3000&slide=id.gea8e1127fb_0_0
2021 Week 2 Tech It Out I think this is good for week 2 Are You Ready to Tech It Out?-Week 2 During the month of September, the Office of Family and Community Engagement will share a series of practical instructive resources to help families understand and manage the digital landscape that their child utilizes as a stud...
“Nurturing Resilience in Children & Families” is the virtual conversation topic in the Words & Wisdom fundraiser presented by the Senior Board of Children’s Hospital Foundation on September 23, 2021 at 7:00 p.m.
Join us as clinical psychologist Dr. Robert Brooks discusses resilience as well as his new book “Tenacity in Children.” He will be joined by a panel of doctors from CHoR who will provide insight and ideas for helping children cope with today’s unique challenges.
Dr. Brooks has lectured nationally and internationally and written extensively on the themes of resilience, parenting, family relationships, school climate and balancing our personal and professional lives. He is the author or co-author of 19 books and has participated in several video projects about ways to help children become more responsible, self-disciplined, hopeful and
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Are you the parent of a child with disabilities? Could you use a road map or some guidance? This disability resource fair and conference can help, so reserve your free tickets today at rebrand.ly/destinationlife.
Scheduled 5-8 p.m. Sept. 20 at [email protected] (13900 Hull Street Road), Destination Life offers relevant resources, information and support for parents and teachers of children with disabilities. School transitions, organization, autism, dyslexia and social skills are among the topics. Young Life Capernaum, PEERS RVA, Down Syndrome Association of Greater Richmond and other vendors will offer resources.
Destination Life is organized by the Special Education Department and the Office of Family and Community Engagement of Chesterfield County Public Schools.
Sept. 20 schedule:
5 p.m.: building opens to students, parents and teachers for vendor exploration
6:10-6:30 p.m.: "Transition Begins at the Beginning: A Parent's Perspective" by keynote speaker Tammy Burns
6:35-7:15 p.m.: breakout session 1
7:20-8 p.m.: breakout session 2
7:30 p.m.: vendor exhibition closes
Destination Life- A Disability Awareness Fair and Parent Conference Destination Life will provide information about services and supports available for students with disabilities, their parents, & teachers.
FACE Family Offering! Thinking about college? It's never too early! Mystified about the process to apply? Come join us at the Chesterfield County Public Library on September 11. 2021 for insights and tips about the application process. This drop-in event is the first of three. If you can't make it to this session there will be two more. Check out this Eventbrite site for more information.
What a great way to support our students! Thank YOU, Carver Academy tor going above and beyond!
Do you have a little one at home? If so, sign up to receive FREE text messages about the Basics! Learn simple ways to prepare your child for school and life! Chesterfield County Public Schools RVA Basics Chesterfield County Prevention Services
Where is the FACE van today? Gates Elementary!
Our community partners are amazing! Thank you Ecoff Elementary School for shining a light on this great partnership! If your school has a partner that is helping you kick off the 2021-22 school year, give them a shout-out and tag us!
Our community partners are amazing! Stop by Manchester Middle School between ten and two for an amazing time! Thank you, Victory Tabernacle for loving on your community (and our families) so very much!
Old Hundred Elementary School will be out in the FACE van engaging families today! Stay cool out there! Families+Schools=PowerfulForce
Where's the FACE van going today? AM Davis Elementary Chesterfield County! Go check it out today from 4pm-6pm for their OPEN LIBRARY event. Snow cones, popcorn and books, yay!
Hey CCPS teachers! Get ready, get set to ENGAGE those families! Whether school has started year round or your school has the August 23rd start date, be ready to welcome, honor and connect with families. Hear Steve Constantino on July 28th. Register on IMPACT U! Chesterfield County Public Schools
The FACE van is off on another great adventure! This evening it will be at Reams Road Elementary for a bookmobile event. Go check it out!
Have a little one? Do you know about the Basics? Learn more on the RVA Basics webpage and make a HUGE difference in the life of your child!
🌎 Explore the world and The Basics with your kids!
🔸Verbal skills are some of the most important stepping stones for children's development.
🔸Something as simple as pointing to objects and talking about them, as well as asking questions and listening and responding to your little one, can help them with speech development and learning.
🔸Find out great tips on how to use The Basics with your child here: https://bit.ly/3osUuqz
The FACE van is at JacobsRoadES today from 5pm to 6:15pm! Chalkley Elementary School and Hening Elementary School are joining Jacobs Road Elementary School there for their bookmobile event.
CCPS's Office of Family and Community Engagement is ON THE GO! Where is the FACE van today?
We are ON-THE-GO!
Getting ready for school starts early! Ages 0-3 are the most important years. Count, group and compare objects in your everyday life from utensils, toys, laundry! Chesterfield County Public Schools
Count, group and compare!
🔸 Help your child learn math as you play and talk together during every day moments. By building on their natural skills and interests, you will be boosting their brain development and preparing them to do well in school.
🔸 The Little Farm exhibit at the Children's Museum of Richmond was designed specifically to support caregivers in engaging with all of The Basics and features the great activity pictured here.
🔢 Learn more about the Basics principle, Count Group and Compare at: www.rvabasics.org
It is graduation season. Make sure to talk to your child about alcohol and drug use. Talk early. Talk often. They hear you! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3k-MeMwdUgo Chesterfield County Public Schools Chesterfield County Prevention Services
SAMHSA’s “Talk. They Hear You.” By-Your-Side PSA—60 Seconds Keeping kids safe from underage use of alcohol and other drugs is a concern for parents. In this public service announcement from SAMHSA’s “Talk. They Hear ...
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