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Going to Middle School – A Student Led IEP Story
Posted on February 18, 2015
Evans County Parent Mentor Amanda Locke tells about her daughter's student led IEP meeting to prepare for the transition from elementary school to middle school.
To connect with Amanda: http://www.parentmentors.org/our-mentors/find-a-mentor/evans-county/
Posted on November 14, 2014
Sometimes the most important thing a parent can do is let a child go. Clarke County Parent Mentor Jerolee Oschack shares her story about saying goodbye to her child.
Go to this link to find Jerolee's contact information:
Sharing Our Stories: From Bitter to Bright
Posted on September 25, 2014
Dr. Laura Brown, Director of College and Career Readiness for the State Personnel Development Grant, (SPDG) tells a success story about a student who went from being a potential drop out to high school graduate through his involvement with the GraduateFIRST initiative. For more information on GraduateFIRST and other SPDG projects see the links below:
For an overview from the Georgia Department of Education:
These stories are recorded and edited by Debbie Weston From: http://www.debbiewestonfrom.com/
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Sharing Our Stories Promo
Posted on August 25, 2014
Usually, when someone says SOS it means trouble. But on the Georgia Parent Mentor Partnership website, www.parentmentors.org the message is community.
I’m Jane Grillo, the editor for the website and I want to tell you about SOS Sharing Our Stories, offering the unique stories of parent mentors in their own voices. We believe by telling our stories ourselves it will be like casting out our message to the world… hoping that just the right person will hear it.
The stories will be heartfelt, and honest… about parenting a child with a disability, working with schools, and being part of the community.We will be sending out our first SOS soon! Go the www.parentmentors.org to learn more about our partnership and our stories.