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OT/PT Staff present at national conference

Eleven SASED Occupational Therapy Practitioners presented five differe nt sessions at the AOTA National Conference held in Chicago on April 7-11 th .  Two of the five sessions were related to Mental Health and presented the activities utilized by OT practitioners and the Instructional Support Team in one of SASED programs and at one SASED member district building (Indian Trail Elementary in Downers Grove). Two sessions were . . .

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Students in HS Multi-Needs/Transition Programs make donation to Keepsake Garden

Several students from the SASED Multi-Needs High School Program at Willowbrook High School and Westmont High School, along with students from the Transition Program, stopped by the Central Office today to present a check for $552 to be used toward the enhancements of the Keepsake Garden. This donation was in addition to the donation they made to the West Suburban Humane Society in March for $397. Dr. Volpe told the students he . . .

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Deaf Drama Performance 2016

Take a moment to view photos from the Westmont Junior High Deaf Drama Club's performance of One Skit Wonders held on Friday, March 18.

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Students work together for donation

Students from SASED's Multi-Needs High School classrooms at Westmont High School, Willowbrook High School, and the SASED Transition program in Westmont, recently donated $397  to the West Suburban Humane Society. They accomplished this fundraising by making handmade dog treat s and selling them at the December craft show at Westmont High School, as well as in various classrooms in the . . .

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Students donate handmade blankets for Project Linus

Students in Ashley Shuma's classroom used their skills to handmake blankets for Project Linus. These blankets are provided, according to the organization's website,  to "children  in hospitals, shelters, social service agencies, or anywhere that a child might be in need of a big hug...to provide love, a sense of security, warmth and comfort to children who are seriously ill, traumatized, or otherwise in need . . .

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