Special Education Supervisor
Clinton School District
Session Time and Location:
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
2:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Thursday, July 27
Deborah Swink received her B.S.E. in 1976 from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in the area of Special Education and her M.S.E. in 1988 from the University of Central Arkansas in Special Education, Mild to Moderate Disabilities. She completed her administrative certification in the area of Special Education Administration while attending Northern Arizona University in 1993.
Preparing for the Future: Using Transition Indicators and Predictors for Post-Secondary School Success
Presentation will focus on understanding the Transition Indicators including drop-out and graduation rates, as well as the development of appropriate Transition Plans which use Predictors for Post school success
Dixie: How a Dog and Mutt-i- grees Can Change Your School!
Presentation will focus on the Mutt-i- grees Curriculum, a social emotional curriculum for students Pre-K – Grade 12. Attendees will also learn the value of using shelter animals for community service activities and school clubs, as well as having a school dog.