RISE Parent Group

"IEPS IN THE TIME OF COVID-19" - TUES 12/1

Join us for this important parent education event.

  • When: Tuesday, Dec 1, 3:00 - 4:30pm

  • Where: Online via ZOOM

RISE Parent Group is pleased to welcome back Karen Breslow, San Mateo County SELPA Program Coordinator, as she shares important guidance for families, including:

  • Virtual IEP Meeting Tips

  • Virtual Delivery of Services

  • Modifying an IEP for Distance Learning


For more information about RISE Parent Group, please visit our website and follow us on Instagram and Facebook.



THANK YOU

Thanks to all the parents, staff, and community leaders who joined us on Sept 24th for the RISE High School Articulation Night. Our deepest appreciation goes out to Holly Wade, Ph.D. and John Bartfield from the San Mateo Unified High School District for making this event possible. The presentation can be found on the Events page of our website.


RISE ONLINE DIRECTORY

If you are interested in parent-to-parent sharing of resources and mentoring, fill out our intake form for access to the RISE Parent Group Online Directory.


RISE PARENT GROUP IS NOW ON Facebook AND Instagram!

Like and Share if you support our mission: to foster a learning environment throughout HCSD that supports students across a variety of learning styles and abilities. Follow us for up-to-date information on events and resources available to our community, including those who do and do not receive IEP/504 services. Questions/feedback? Email us, and feel free to suggest announcements, stories or photos you would like to share on our social media!


(note: RISE Facebook and Instagram are public)


RISE - Resources for Individual Student Excellence is one of the parent groups under the umbrella of the Associated Parents' Groups of Hillsborough (APG) and is facilitated by a group of dedicated parent volunteers.

Their mission is to foster a learning environment throughout the Hillsborough City School District (HCSD) that supports students with a variety of learning styles, such as those in Special Education or with a 504 Plan.

To accomplish this, they work collaboratively with parents, teachers, staff, and district personnel with the goal of helping all HCSD students achieve their full potential.

They also support parents who are exploring whether or not their children may be eligible for the type of supports Special Education or 504 Plans offer.

To learn more about RISE please visit their website at https://sites.google.com/view/riseparentgroup