Parent University 2018-2019 Course Schedule

January
  
January 16 
Dublin City Schools Parent Mentors & SEAC Summer Program Fair
6:30-8pm, Dublin Scioto
Description: The Parent Mentors of Dublin City Schools and the Special Education Advancement Council (SEAC) will host its 11th Annual Summer Program Fair for parents of children with special needs. Regional agencies and camps will share information on the activities that they offer during the summer for children with disabilities aged preschool
through high school graduation. Parents can visit vendor tables to speak to representatives from each agency about their services. A few of the agencies and camps that have participated in the past are:

TAASC: The Adaptive Adventure Sports Coalition
Food for Good Thought
Easter Seals of Central and Southeast Ohio
Ohio Youth Leadership Forum for Students with Disabilities
Recreation Unlimited
Dublin Special Olympics
Nuhop
Central Ohio Diabetes Association
Columbus Parks and Recreation
Central Ohio Music Therapy
COSI
YMCA of Central Ohio/ ECRN +
UFiT
The Learning Spectrum
AND MANY MORE!

This free event is open to any parent in Central Ohio.
Please email any questions to Dee Marks at: dublin_seac@yahoo.com
 
 
January 24
K-12 Math Resource Community Night, 6:30-7:30pm, Dublin Coffman Library
Description: All Dublin parents are invited to learn about Dublin's math review process and view the final math resource selections for elementary, middle and high school. Feedback from the community will be welcome.
 
January 29
PERC presents "G.R.I.T. - Growing Resiliency in Today's World" 9:30am-11:00am & 7:00pm-8:30pm at the Dublin Rec Center
Description: Speakers are Matt Dunatchik, MSEd, LPCC and Abby Steele, MSEd, LPC
 
 
February
 
February 26 
Shawn Simons "After the Fire" Motivational and Fire Safety Speaker 
7pm, Dublin Jerome
Description: Shawn Simons and others will share their journey of surviving a fire in their dormitory at Seton Hall University as college freshmen. It is a passion of their to share their journey with young adults and parents about an overlooked danger both on and off college campuses all across the country. Their story of overcoming this adversity at the age of 18 is both an educational and inspirational journey that thousands have had the opportunity to hear and become aware of the importance of fire safety in our communities.
 
March 
 
Save the Date: March 9
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Be Well: A Parent University Event by Dublin and Hilliard City Schools 
9:00 am - 3:00pm: Dublin City Schools Emerald Campus and Hilliard Darby HS
Description: Dublin City Schools and Hilliard City Schools will be partnering together to host "Be Well: A Parent University Event by Dublin and Hilliard City Schools" on Saturday, March 9, from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. The event will feature several free informational sessions for community members focused on student and family well-being. Sessions will be located in both Dublin City Schools and Hilliard City Schools. Exact locations will be determined at a later date, but regardless of school district residence, community members are free to attend sessions at either location.
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