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January 9, 2014

SpEd Workshop

SALEM — Salem Family Resources-Success By 6 and the Salem School District will host a “Ready...Set...Go!” workshop for families of young children on Tues., January 14, 9:30 a.m. at the Salem Family Resources site, 171 Zion Hill Road, Salem.

The topic is how the special education process works for children ages birth to 5 years old. Presenters will explain what steps families can take if they think their child may have delays in their development or skills. There is no cost to attend this workshop.

Specialists from the Salem School District and early childhood educators from Salem Family Resources will present information about what families can do while their children are young; birth to five-years-old, so their children will be ready for success when they enter kindergarten.

The “Ready...Set...Go!” workshops are a series of information sessions offering fun and easy tips on early learning at home that will help children to be prepared for success when they enter school. Parents are their children’s first teachers, and experiences during the early years from birth to 5-years-old, build a strong foundation for life-long learning.

Children of all ages are welcome. Childcare with fun activities will be provided at no cost. Snow date is Thurs., January 16, same time and location.

To reserve your spot and to arrange for childcare, please register on the website events page at: www.salemfamilyresources.org, or for more information, contact Salem Family Resources, info@salemfamilyresources.org, or 603 898-5493.

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