2021 Inclusive Schools Week, Day 1
Today is the first day of Inclusive Schools Week, 2021. We are beyond honored to have been able to recognize 11 Teachers at 7 schools for their efforts in Including students with Down syndrome in their school communities. While it is past the deadline to send a physical recognition, if there is any family who would like to have a teacher recognized with an electronic recognition, please complete this form and we will send one out as soon as possible. Be sure to include the email of the principal, so that we can send it to the correct place.
Congratulations to Mrs. Johnson, Wakefield, Mrs. Jenkins, CLJMS, Mrs. Mingus CLJMS, Mr. Wilson CLJMS, Mr. Edwards, Horizons Middle School, Mrs. Paulman, Watson Elementary, Ms. Jensby, Buffalo Hills Elementary, Mrs. Greeley Buffalo Hills Elementary, Mr. Kok, Walnut Middle School, Mrs. Bacon, Elmwood-Murdock and Mrs. Steffen Elmwood-Murdock for your efforts in including student with Down syndrome in your schools.
5/30/2022 07:31:23 am
Inclusive Schools Week is an annual event promoted by the Inclusive Schools Network (ISN) and Stetson & Associates, Inc., which takes place each year during the first full week in December. Because of its outset in 2001, Inclusive Schools Week has celebrated the growth that schools have made in giving an encouraging and quality education to an additionally mixed student population, comprising of students who are dismissed due to ailment, gender, socio-economic status, cultural heredity, language liking, and other factors. The Week also offers an essential prospect for educators, students and parents to converse what else required to be done in order to make sure that their schools continue to make better their capability to successfully educate all children.
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Down Syndrome Advocates in Action Nebraska, is a group for parents run by parents.