Our Mission: The Parent Education & Diversity Awareness program champions meaningful inclusion, diversity awareness & family engagement through supporting and working with everyone who touches the student's life.
SSD's parent program is located on the lower level at the Central Administrative Office, 12110 Clayton Road,south of Highway 40, just east of Ballas Road
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Affton, Bayless, Brentwood,Clayton, Hancock Place, Kirkwood, Ladue, Lindbergh, Maplewood-Richmond Heights, Mehlville, Webster Groves, Valley Park, Southview, South Tech and Vocational Skills Program
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Parkway, Pattonville, Ritenour, Rockwood, Litzsinger, Neuwoehner, Lakeside and JDC.
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Ferguson-Florissant, Hazelwood, Jennings, Normandy, Riverview Gardens, University City, Ackerman, Northview and North Tech
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Parent Connection Newsletter
See above for full calendar of approximately 50 workshops for Fall 2012 semester
• Disability awareness books, videos and posters
Translated Materials (link)
• 70 notebook binders with hundreds of “take-along” articles
• Agency pamphlets
Vision Statement— SSD PAC is committed to working toward real inclusion as well as increasing educational opportunities for children of all abilities.
Up-to-5 parent representatives are self-nominated, selected or elected from each of the 22 partner school districts and each of the five SSD schools to form the SSD PAC. Terms for members are for two years. SSD PAC representatives consult with:
• Superintendent of SSD and/or staff
• SSD Governing Council (made up of one Board of Education member from each of the SSD 23 partner school districts)
• SSD Board of Education (appointed by the Governing Council)
• Public Review Committee (appointed for one year, every three years, to review Special School District)
The purpose of the SSD PAC is to collaborate, educate and advise the above groups concerning the rights and concerns of families of children with disabilities.
PAC generally meets at 7 p.m. on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at SSD's Central Administrative Office at 12110 Clayton Road in Town & County.
Special School District Central Office
Board of Education Room
12110 Clayton Road
St. Louis, Missouri 63131