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As a parent of a child with autism or other exceptionalities, you’re probably asking yourself: what happens after high school graduation? Before we get into that, did you know... There are 50,000 individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) that turn 18 each year in the United States. Because there are still a lot of questions left unanswered about the causes of the condition, research has been primarily focused on the earlier years of children’s development versus adulthood. However, a recent study tracked young adults with autism over their first six years after high school. Here’s what the results found for youth with ASD...
If you’re a parent of a student with autism or other exceptionalities, you may be familiar with the term ESA (Education Savings Account.) This is government-authorized savings account which essentially works as a debit card which parents can use to pay for their student’s education. A portion of Arizona taxpayer dollars are allocated to ESA’s, helping parents of students with disabilities cover services approved by the state government, including private school tuition, fees and more.
It is generally widely accepted that there is a positive correlation between physical activity and academic performance. However, it has become more evident that it's more important than ever for children with learning disabilities to exercise! Research has shown that children with learning disabilities have less developed gross motor skills, therefore they must work harder than children without learning disabilities to accomplish similar results.
Hurricane Harvey has devastated the lives of thousands of Texans. It is estimated that 30,000 residents are likely to seek shelter. The storm is said to have dumped 11 trillion gallons of water on Houston, and damages are estimated at $30 billion (so far.)
Although we are in Arizona... this is not something we can just put out of sight, out of mind.
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This week are Student Council Elections! Remind your students to put in their votes!
Take a look at some of the creative campaign posters students have created, and encourage your student to vote!
A man spent two years creating a video explaining autism in his spare time. The creator had one goal: understanding and tolerance of autism. This beautiful video shows children things from another child's perspective, and is a great way to explain autism to children that may not understand fully why autistic children are different.
On Monday, August 21st the first total solar eclipse to cross the U.S. since 1918 will occur. Arizona is not in the direct path of the total solar eclipse and will only experience a partial eclipse of about 70%.
We are all aware that hydration is important, especially here in Arizona. With temperatures heating up, it is even more prevalent that we stay hydrated to prevent injury.
Student Council is a group of students who want to make a change here on campus. You must be responsible, creative, and have school spirit! There are many positions available.