The Prentice School is proud to offer FREE educational workshops designed for parents, professionals and community members. The purpose of these workshops is to provide parents of a child with learning differences or adults who work with children with learning differences with a forum to discuss issues critical to the students’ academic success, social growth and emotional development.

We believe in providing parents, guardians and caregivers the support they deserve. In addition to our workshops, we are offering a 4-week Support Group for those in need of a common place to come together for mutual understanding and shared strategies.

Please join us for an opportunity to discover different ideas, learn from others, experience new things, and be inspired.

Navigating IEPs

Tuesday, March 13, 2018   8:30 – 10:00 AM
Presented by: Law Offices of Augustin Egelse, LLP  

Get the facts on Individualized Education Programs (IEP). Whether your child has been identified with a learning difference or you feel that your child may need an evaluation, gain the information you will need to be an advocate for your child’s education.

High School and Other Transitions

Tuesday, March 20, 2018   8:30 – 10:00 AM
Presented by: Steve Barnes, School Psychologist   

Do you have questions about transitioning from middle school to high school or just making the transition from Prentice to a new school? Perhaps your child is excited, but uncertain about what to expect? Are you aware of all of the services available for LD students at the local schools? Get the answers to your questions and learn more about the transition process — from application to final decision.


+  “Great info.  I could do a 2 day seminar on these subjects.”
+  “Amazing presentation.  Very informative.  Thank YOU for the information”
+  “Very knowledgable and personable.  I would like to see more presentations by April Simpson.”
+ “Very informative.  Well presented.”
+ “Thank you for providing parent workshops for us.  It’s helpful to learn about topics from top professionals who have great insights into our kids.”