Join us on Tuesday, May 14th, at 7pm for a screening of Intelligent Lives, a film that follows three pioneering young American adults with intellectual disabilities, as they navigate high school, college, and the workforce. The film unpacks the ongoing track record of intelligence testing in the U.S.
INTELLIGENT LIVES challenges what it means to be intelligent, and points to a future in which people of all abilities can fully participate in higher education, meaningful employment, and intimate relationships.
Special thanks to the Elmhurst Public Library for co-sponsoring this screening in their Large Meeting Room.
Is your student transitioning from one grade or building to another? Check out the recommendations shared by our parent panelists at the January 2019 SERG meeting about School Transitions.
To support parents of children with special needs from ages 3 to 21 by...
- Providing information about resources in our community
- Educating families within District 205 to increase awareness and gain support for individuals with disabilities in our community.
- Sponsoring programs on a variety of topics related to special education.
- Providing resources for parents on topics of services, policies and procedures for children with special needs.
- Connect parents, educators and administrators to increase understanding and collaboration.
SERG = Special Education Resource Group
SERG is committed to helping all children with special needs reach their full potential.
SERG is a group of parents and educators that provides programs, resources and networking opportunities to support families of children with special needs.
SERG is organized and funded by the District 205 schools' PTAs.
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SERG PARENT REPRESENTATIVES 2018-2019
|SERG Co-Chair||Elena Cutri|
|SERG Co-Chair||Mary Young|