The Word Masters challenge date has changed. It will now be Tuesday, April 14th NOT Thursday, April 16th. See you on the 14th!
|Park Ridge Parents 2014-2015Cafeteria Monitor Extra hands are needed during the lunch shifts to hand out straws and spoons to students, help them open items in their lunches, and help them clean up at the end of the shift. Lunches start at 11:25 AM and end at 1:10 PM. ANY amount of time you can volunteer will be a big help. Help before, during or after your child's lunch. Help one day; help every day . . . the choice is yours. There are about 60 schools days left at this point (March 16) . . . if we have 120 brave parents who would each sign up for just one day in the lunch room, we could have 2 extra pair of hands daily from now til the end of the school year and you would each only have to spend one day in the cafeteria! Please consider this request from our school administration and staff. Don't delay . . . sign up TODAY! http://www.SignUpGenius.com/go/70A054DAFAC22A46-cafeteria|
DEPARTMENT OF STUDENT SERVICES
PARENT RESOURCE CENTER
37 Stafford Avenue
Stafford, VA 22554
Telephone (Voice or TDD) 540.658.6710 | Fax Number 540.658.6455
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|PARENT RESOURCE CENTER SERVICES|
Our office is located at the Alvin York Bandy School Administration Complex, Professional Development Center (PDC), Room 17.
What is a Parent Resource Center?The Parent Resource Center (PRC) is an information center for Stafford County families and others concerned with the education and care of children with disabilities. The center is open to any family who resides in Stafford County. The primary goal of the PRC staff is to promote the parent/teacher partnership in all activities. The PRC provides:
PRC Resources and What We Can Do For You!
The PRC also offers yearly workshops on various topics. Our workshops this year include topics such as:
There will also be additional workshops added throughout the year.
ABOUT OUR STAFF
Rebecca Leggitt, the Educator Coordinator, has been with the PRC since 2000. She has ten years of teaching experience in Special Education. She is also the mother of a son who receives Special Education services through SCPS.
Joyce Resh, the Parent Coordinator, has been with the PRC since 2003. Her background includes being the proud mother of two sons who receive Special Education services through SCPS.
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Last Updated: 03/11/2015