Child's Voice staffHappy New School Year from our Early Intervention, Audiology, PI and PII programs! We are all excited to begin a new school year!

On Wednesday, August 21, the school program held Curriculum Night. We hold this each year to kick off our parent/teacher partnership. This year we held it during the first week of school. Typically, we give the teachers a bit more time to get to know their students but this year we made a decision to hold it earlier. This year we did not want public school programs to tax parents as to which curriculum night they should attend nor to split families in all directions. This year we were pretty successful. Out of 32 families, 27 attended the evening. If families were unable to attend then they schedule a time to meet with their classroom teacher at their convenience.

Families met with their classroom teacher to establish the foundation for the year. They learned what is expected of them and their students, how to best communicate with the staff and the rules and regulations of the school. We all learned something new from our parents as well.Curriculum Night

In addition, before parents went off to the classrooms, they met with support personnel. Tables were setup in the hall and great room for parents to visit.

Each family met:

After visiting each table, the family was eligible to enter into a surprise drawing. Three children were awarded with books from our book fair.

Child’s Voice changes lives! Our mission is the common goal that directs our work. We strive to empower children with hearing loss to be successful in both educational and social settings. We aim for children to optimize their listening, speaking, and academic skills.

Child’s Voice, in partnership with our families, is changing the face of deafness. We create limitless opportunities for our children.

Family support, education at Child’s Voice, and our curriculum lays the groundwork for our high trajectory aim. Together we help our children reach for the stars!

Welcome to the 2019-2020 school year!

Fondly,

Dr. Michele