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Parent Education Meetings

 

Have a child who is bright but writing, spelling and reading are a struggle? Have a gifted child that needs an extra challenge? Does your child have a 504 or IEP and you are confused? We provide monthly parent information classes held at Aspire Academy.

 

Twice monthly, Aspire Academy hosts parent meetings on learning and attention issues in children. Sign up to join us for an educational meeting below.

 

There is no fee for parent meetings, rather we encourage you to leave a donation.

 

Sign Up For A Parent Education Meeting

Sign up for a meeting in 2 easy steps:

1. Fill out the registration form

2. Optional, make a donation

 

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Customer Comments

" I could write a book about the problems we had regarding our son and his learning disability. He was finally diagnosed at UW Madison. We sent him to a special reading camp in Northern Wisconsin for two summers which used the Orton Gillingham method only to have his regular teachers ignore everything he learned so he would back slide. I had a boss who trained pilots during the war who told me that when schools stopped teaching phonics you could see these kids coming out of the woodwork. But no one wants to listen. Yes, we can cut back on our education budgets and use that money to build more prisons because that is where a lot of our young people with disabilities will end up. God bless you for having a program to help these young people. Thank you."

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Sandy W.
Des Moines, IA