Blessed Trinity Catholic School will be hosting an Open House Workshop on “Understanding of Varying Exceptionalities…Our role as Parents, Teachers, and School.”
The program will be held on Tuesday, December 6th from 6:30pm – 8:30pm at the Blessed Trinity Catholic School Parish Hall.
Here`s the full text:
SJPII Program Presents
“An Open House and Workshop for Parents on an Understanding of Varying Exceptionalities… Our role as Parents, Teachers, and School.
Please join us for an evening with Dr. Raul Escarpio from Shepherd Educational Consulting. Dr. Escarpio holds a Ed.D in Special Education and is an Associate Professor at Miami Dade College. He will be presenting on the Varying Exceptionalities which exist in Education.
After, you are welcome to visit our SJPII and Trinity Enrichment classrooms to see first hand what our new programs have to offer.
Light refreshments will be served.
About the SJPII Program
The purpose of the Saint John Paul II Program is to identify and support students with specific learning needs so that every child can meet his/her academic potential. Our motto: Crescat Scientia Vita Excolatur means Let Knowledge Grow, Let Life Be Enriched. This motto embodies the idea that each student will be fully enriched when his/her educational needs are fully met.
About our Guest Speaker
Raul Escarpio, Ed.D.
Dr. Escarpio is an educator, consultant, presenter, advocate, and leader in the fields of Exceptional Student Education (ESE) and early childhood ESE. The mission of Shepherd Educational Consulting is to provide research based professional development, consultative and/or individualized services for professionals, faculty, and families who service individuals with special needs. We also assist with setting up differentiated instruction and accommodations for students with exceptionalities. All services in schools are provided through a Catholic identity.
To secure your space at the workshop, please register at: http://bts.blessed-trinity.org/sjpii.html no later than Friday, December 16th.