TOPICS Of the Town to Water Watch are Rutgttl Unt VCrilty, Rldt! and Richard Stockton ( CM Itge It Is wonderful to see community membrrs acting as stewards of our ajn vlronment," said Rep. Golding said: "They all have their favorite ways of looking at these Issues and they're all valid, but they're not uniform through- out the district." Some of the othe T concerns that need to be examined by the district include finding ways to help learning disabled students whose parents are not involved In their educa- tion, as well as determining if some students with ADD (At- tention Deficit Disorder) are KOPPS'S CYCLE EST 1891 ...where quai. One way these concerns can be met is through training both specialists and regular staff members to identify learning disability children.
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the high school, the guidance counselor b the best person to go to." said Gary Snyder. Ms Blalek added that she would Ike to see a book of guidelines put together foi parents that would assist them In knowing how to Identlfv learning disabilities in their children and what to do In those situations.
The program committee will continue to discuss the dis- trict's new goals, which will he tackled over the next three years, at Its next meeting on November 11 — Candace Braun 1*4* The t*um « banrwd n B*r r*z.
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