Monthly Archives: April 2016

Using teletherapy to support students with speech concerns

For a moment, think back to a time before computers, cell phones, tablets, video games and other technology. Things were very different, weren’t they? Technology has been infused in almost every part of our lives now. Our school districts are … Continue reading

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AEA 267 offices closed in observance of Memorial Day

AEA 267 offices will be closed on Monday, May 30 in observance of Memorial Day. Offices will reopen on Tuesday, May 31. We wish everyone a safe and relaxing Memorial Day weekend!

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AEA 267 team representatives hold book drive for students

Team representatives (school psychologists, school social workers, and special education consultants) at AEA 267 participated in a book drive during the month of March, collecting almost 1,400 books, which far surpassed the initial goal of 800.  The donated books will … Continue reading

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AEA 267 Retirement Celebration 2016

Please plan to attend one or more of the retirement open houses honoring AEA 267’s 2016 retirees. These celebrations present a wonderful opportunity to congratulate our honorees and recognize them for their dedication and years of service. Tuesday, May 10, … Continue reading

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Public input sought on literacy standards

Iowa Department of Education Director Ryan Wise today announced he’s seeking input from Iowans on the state’s literacy standards for students in kindergarten through 12th grade. Wise announced two public forums on April 25-26 and an online survey following a … Continue reading

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