Special Education Program Series 2018/2019



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Questions/Answers from the May 2018 presentation on Pathways

These documents provide district responses to the 127 questions submitted during the CAC General Meeting on Pathways.

Any additional questions can be submitted directly to the district through the Let’s Talk feature.


Pathways questions in English

Pathways questions in Spanish



May 2018 Presentation on Pathways

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CAC Presentation May 3 (1)

April Presentation on Dual Language in High School

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February Presentation on ACE

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The Alignment Collaborative for Education (ACE) presented information at the CAC February General Meeting on the three A Teams that are working to support U-46 students.  These A Teams focus on Early Childhood Education, Trauma Informed Care and Educational Pathways.  Below is the PowerPoint presentation from the meeting.

CAC Presentation, 2-15-18


Tuesday, February 27, 2018

6:30 PM – 7:30 PM at the Poplar Creek Library
In collaboration with the Poplar Creek Public Library District, the CAC Specialized Student Services Committee
is hosting this event as part of the Special
Education Program series for parents. Gain information on how social skill
deficits impact many areas of functioning, often creating problematic behaviors.
Learn tips for how to aid your child’s social growth.  Presented in English with interpretation in Spanish.
Click on link below to view PowerPoint presentation.

En colaboración con el Distrito de la Biblioteca Pública Poplar Creek, el Concilio de la Comunidad

será el anfitrión de este evento como parte de la serie del Programa de Educación Especial para los padres.

Adquiera información acerca de cómo el déficit de habilidades sociales afecta
muchas áreas de funcionamiento, frecuentemente creando comportamientos
problemáticos. Aprenda los consejos para cómo ayudar en el crecimiento social
de su hijo.  Presentación en ingles con interpretación al español.

Presentation from January meeting: School & Community Relations

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Learn how Mary Fergus and her team keep parents informed and reach out to the community.


Special Ed. Program: Puberty & Your Special Needs Teen/Pubertad & su Adolescente con Necesidades

Tuesday, January 23, 6:30, at the Gail Borden Public Library/Meadows Room

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Learn how to talk to your Special Needs teen about puberty. This presentation is intended for parents and caregivers only. Presented by Dr. Timothy J. Wahlberg, Ph.D. Prairie Clinic, Geneva, IL. Hosted by: The Citizens’ Advisory Council, School District U-46. Presented in English with interpretation in Spanish.

Pubertad y su Adolescente con Necesidades Especiales: Un Recurso para Padres
Aprenda cómo hablar con su adolescente con necesidades especiales sobre la pubertad. Esta presentación es dirigida solamente a padres y cuidadores. Presentado por: El Concilio Asesor de la Comunidad, Distrito Escolar U-46. Presentación en inglés con interpretación al español.

Speaker: Dr. Timothy J. Walhberg, Ph.D Prairie Clinic, Geneva IL
Dr. Tim Wahlberg is a licensed clinical psychologist and a certified school psychologist. He earned his Ph.D. at Northern Illinois University. Dr. Wahlberg has experience in a school and university setting, psychiatric facility and community mental health center as well as private practice. Dr. Wahlberg has published extensively on the subjects of autism and neurological impairments and is involved in several ongoing research projects of related topics. He has spoken at local and national levels on autism and reflex-delay syndrome and has conducted a number of training seminars in these areas. Dr. Wahlberg is a member of the American Psychological Association.

Presentation on Standards Based Learning and Assessment at the October General Meeting

https://www.u-46.org/Domain/6441 This is the Power Point that accompanied the presentation by Dr. Suzanne Johnson on Standards Based Learning and Assessment/Tableau/Report Cards.




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Proposed 2017/18 Student Code of Conduct / Public Comment

Dear CAC Members, Parents and Guardians of U-46 students:

We are requesting your help as we did last school year with an evaluation of the Student Code of Conduct. 2017-18 will represent the second year U-46 has separated the Student Code of Conduct from the Handbook to allow a very focused look at student behavior and the school resolutions/interventions to the behavior. Our goal is to provide many stakeholders with an opportunity to review the current Student Code of Conduct and provide the District leadership with observations, comments, suggestions or critical feedback to improve this document that guides all U-46 schools.

Please complete your review and provide comments by July 10, 2017. You can add your comments using the link below each document, or send an email to johnheiderscheidt@u-46.org.

If you would like to leave an anonymous comment, please call 847-888-5000 extension 4263 and leave your comment without leaving a name. The system does track phone numbers but please rest assured, this is Mr. Heiderscheidt‘s extension and he would like your comments and will not use your number.

Thank you for your assistance!

Proposed Student Code of Conduct – English

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Please click HERE to submit comments on the Proposed Student Code of Conduct.

Proposed Student Code of Conduct – Spanish

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Please click HERE to submit comments on the Proposed Student Code of Conduct.