• Meeting for ECSE parents with children going to Kindergarten

    in fall of 2019

     We are offering an opportunity to learn more about your child’s transition to kindergarten.  Parent Kindergarten Transition Meetings will be held in January at Aslin (1818 W. Worley).  Several individuals involved in kindergarten transitions will be there to answer your general questions.  They will give you an overview of what kindergarten looks like from their role.  Kindergarten teachers will have posters set up to share information about curricular areas and how they look in kindergarten.


    January 17th   5:00pm-6:30pm

    January 22rd   5:00pm-6:30pm

    Since we live in Missouri, it was necessary to schedule a snow date.  If school is canceled on either of the dates listed above, we will have a make-up meeting on January 24th from 5-6:30. 

    *If CPS is canceled because of bad weather or there is an early dismissal due to bad weather, we will not have the meeting *

    LOCATION: Aslin Building 1818 West Worley in the Training Room 

    Child care will not be provided so please let your child enjoy some time at home so you can have the opportunity to listen and ask questions.

    Lori Kammerich, Transition Specialist for Early Childhood Special Education is the contact person for these meeting. 214-3950




    Congratulations Dava Coats for winning the Outstanding Member of the Month Award from MSTA!

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    Congratulations to our winners of the links to learning grants!


    Catherine Doyle and team for Engaging Students in STEM across Disciplines!


    Ken Welty for Class in Space!


    Nancy Clark for Instruments for Early Childhood!


    Jamie Barbarick for Core Vocabulary Instruction with Sight Words for Augmentative Communication Users!



    Beth Azdell for Increasing Literacy Skills through Fairy Tales!


    Rochelle Birk for Learning Through Dramatic Play!


    Kim Rogers for Leaning Boxes  . . .!



    Lisa Zartman for Bringing STEM learning opportunities to Early Learners!