In ESD News

Surviving Summer workshop for families is May 20; Register by May 12

Families Engaging And Thriving Together (FEATT) and the Transition Network, a program of the Douglas ESD, are teaming up to host an event for parents, foster families, and providers working with children with a disability to network and learn additional tools. Presentations will include:

o Behaviors and interventions
o Self-care
o Nutrition
o Navigating systems
o Childcare for children with disabilities
o Make and take sensory toys

Applications open for July 10-20 PartnerSports Camp

Registration is open to participants in this summer's PartnerSports Camp, offered for eight days during July 10-20.  

There's still time to register for TIES


The clock is ticking ... but there's still time to register for the 31st annual Therapy in Education Settings (TIES) conference, taking place April 20 and 21 at Valley River Inn in Eugene.  

Sponsored by Regional and Statewide Services for Students with Orthopedic Impairments, and supported by the Office of Student Learning and Partnerships, TIES generally draws about 150 to 185 participants who work directly with children with orthopedic impairments, and other children, from birth to age 21. 

Join Us:

“Healthy Families, Healthy Children”


Community Planning Session

Sponsored by Kindergarten Readiness Partnership Innovation


"Hooked on MATP" can be habit-forming

If you’re angling for a good time, look no farther than this annual celebration for some of Douglas County’s most deserving kids.

“Hooked on MATP” is this year’s theme for our annual Motor Activities Training Program celebration. We’ll be joined this year by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. We’d love to have you come out to support MATP athletes and their peers. It all happens from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Thursday, May 4.    

Education Services - Weekly Professional Development Update UPDATED April 7, 2017

Key upcoming webinars, dates, reports requirements and more...

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