La Grange School District 102
Special Education
The first Special Needs Advisory Panel (SNAP) meeting took place on September 16th. SNAP is an advisory committee to the District that consists of parents, general and special educators, and administrators. The primary role of SNAP is to provide a forum for communication and collaboration amongst and between all stakeholders. At the first meeting of the year, SNAP reviewed legal updates, reviewed start-of-the-year procedures, discussed this year's special education department goals, and received information about the new volunteer Special Education Parent Ambassadors. 

Terry Sofianos Wohlgenant, Assistant Superintendent for Special Education, and Traci Milledge, Assistant Director of Special Education, presented an update to the board of education on September 26th, sharing similar information to what was discussed at SNAP. They received feedback on the department goals and plan to incorporate that into the goal achievement process. Details regarding SNAP and the department goals can be found on the District's special education website. 
 Have your children registered for a Passport of Thinking?  The “ Passport of Thinking”  is a general enrichment opportunity for ALL students in D102. It is modeled after the  Passport To Your National Parks  available throughout America’s National Park System.

The Passport of Thinking includes a variety of thinking options. Students/families are encouraged to do as many as they can over the school year.

The “visits” are broad in nature and allow for flexibility. (Sample visits include:  Attend a Dramatic or Musical Performance at Lyons Township High School, Learn & Play a Board/Card/Dice Game, and Talk with an Elder about His/Her First Job.

Register for the Passport through your child's PushCoin.
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  • Bachelor's (preferred) 
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  • Excellent communication skills

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