Snow days: When we lose power or wifi, there are a few things you can still do. You can read a book, write a story, follow a recipe, play a board game, use materials around the house to build something.
With 2020 behind us, we can look at the new year as a chance to use all we learned over the fall to further our learning. I am really excited to be able to use the new resources we have found and continue our learning. We now know that even though it is difficult, we can learn in a remote setting.
I will continue checking in with kids and families to make sure you have what you need for a productive work environment and appropriate materials.
Here's to a new year and our continued growth as learners!
I look forward to seeing the 5th graders during the graduation drive by ceremony!
Usually my services tend to end a week before the end of school. Because of the unique situation we have and that we had a prolonged period where there was no new learning going on, I am continuing my services up to the end of the school year.
Progress reports will go home on June 18th and will look different than usual. There will not be data points but more of a narrative with input from parents, gen ed teachers and support staff. I will be available to answer any questions you might have about progress and what next year will look like during the summer.
To access my academic websites, please go to my clever classroom A. Voigt. On there I have links to :
I am hosting office hours through my teams classroom and I have broken it up by grade:
4th grade office hours:
10:00 - 10:30 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
5th grade office hours:
11:00 - 11:30 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
The UW Autism Center, The Arc of King County and Ryther are sponsoring the following online meeting this Thursday. I am going to guess that this could turn into a regular event if they get enough interest.
Link to shareable Facebook Post:
Come hang out with us via Zoom video chat! We are facilitating a (FREE) virtual space for Autistic adults and kids to hang out, have fun, and build community. Our first meeting is a “show and tell”. Show and tell us about yourself, your current interest, a favorite object, something you made/did recently, or a topic of your choice! RSVP below.
DATE + TIME
Thursday, April 2, 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
CHILD/TEEN | https://forms.gle/qZEJWKwy9R6wb8vQ8
ADULT | https://forms.gle/8NGN5X2ir4NCMKFn9
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
If you identify as Autistic, you are welcome here.
If you are Autistic and would like to attend with your Autistic child, please RSVP for one adult and one child.
We have capacity to host about 10 people for this first meetup, and we’d like to have a good ratio of Autistic adults to non-adults. If we receive more RSVPs than we have room for, we will start a waiting list.
Sponsored by the UW Autism Center, The Arc of King County, and Ryther
If you are looking for academic resources, try these website:
If you would like assistance with academics or have any questions, please email me and we can set up a time to conference. I have been using zoom for meetings and it has been very helpful.
Hello Families, I wanted to let you know that I will try to be present at your child's conference. If I am unable to attend due to a schedule conflict and you would like to speak to me about your child's progress, please let me know and we can schedule another time to meet.