List of summer activities available in Henry County
for children with special needs
For a complete list of camps in the metro Atlanta area, download the 2013 Special Needs Directory of activities, recreation and respite at http://www.metroeastglrs.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=7&Itemid=7 (the link says 2012 even though it’s the 2013 version).
For help with selecting a camp, check out The Special Guide, www.thespecialguide.com (online reviews by and for the Atlanta-area special needs community) and Georgia’s parent mentors’ tips at http://parentmentors.org/Family/index.php.
Camp MAGIK and Camp Erin
A Special Camp for Kids Age 7-17 Who Have Lost a Parent, Sibling or Other Close Loved One
May 17 - 19 Hampton, Georgia Deadline to apply May 8, 2013 Camp MAGIK is pleased to announce its 2013 spring schedule of healing camps for children and teens. Camp MAGIK (Mainly About Grief In Kids) serves children who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling or other close family member within the past three years. Camp MAGIK will provide an opportunity for children and teens to meet, talk, and process their grief with professional grief counselors. Time will also be spent on play and fun as a way to help the children heal from the experience of death in the family. Activities may include archery, canoeing, a ropes course, nature hikes, treasure hunts, hay rides, campfires, story-telling, and a talent show. Each camp will be divided into two groups, one for ages 7 - 11, and one for ages 12 - 17. There will be two camp sessions held this spring at dates as noted above. Please pick the one session best suited to you and note this on your application form in the space provided. Application forms are available at www.campmagik.org<http://www.campmagik.org
Camp MAGIK/Camp Erin sessions are FREE OF CHARGE for attending children.
Applications need to be postmarked and sent to Camp MAGIK, 3377 Ridgewood Road, Atlanta, GA 30327 or faxed to the office at 404.355.6631 by the deadline dates.
***Due to the high demand for this camp, we cannot accept repeat campers.***
“Together, We Can”
Winter 2013 Parent Newsletter
For the parents of students who receive special education services
Parent Resource Room
Stop in and check out some items to use
over the Christmas Break.
And much more!
Open Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 2:15 PM
(Common Core Georgia Performance Standards)
Student Support/Special Education
Frequently Asked Questions on
Georgia's ESEA Flexibility Waiver
Title 1 Parent Involvement Policy and School Compact
Title 1 federal guidelines require all Title 1 schools to have a signed and dated
Parent Involvement Policy and School Compact for each student.
These Title 1 documents were sent home with each student following the Title 1
Meeting on August 30, 2012. If you have not returned your child's Parent Involvement
Policy and/or School Compact, please do so as soon as possible.
If you need another copy, you can find all documents below.
April Worley, Parent Involvement Liaison