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Bang, Pop, Ooh, Aah.... is it theá4th of July?! Wrong! It is time for the STEAM Expo. The STEAM (Science,Technology,áEngineering,áArts andáMath) Expo is a chance for students to demonstrate their knowledge and skills by designing, implementing and creating an exciting project to share with the community. School fairs will be announced by individual schools. January 9, 2015 is our set up and turn in date at McDowell Tech CC. The Community Expo will be held onáJanuaryá10, 2015 fromá3pm-6pmáwith awards beginning atá6:00pmáin theáMTCC auditorium.áFor more information and assistance check outáhttp://bit.ly/STEAMMCSáá
Resource - Ms. Lynch's
Instructor: Lee Lynch   
What is this?
This is a picture of a, "Green Monkey." The Green Monkey
is an animal Ms. Lynch collects.

Who is Ms. Lynch?
Ms. Lynch teaches, "Resource" for grades K-2 at West Marion Elementary.

Ms. Lynch is a mom with three children, two boys and a girl. Her oldest son is a special needs child. All of her children have attended West Marion Elementary.

Ms. Lynch has extensive knowledge in the area of autism, and has over three years of TEACCH training,* and over fifteen years hands on experience.

She is a graduate of UNC Chapel Hill, NC. and continues to take classes through WCU.

Ms. Lynch is a portrait artist. She has five cats, collects books, along with anything showing a Green Monkey.

*TEACCH is an evidence-based service, training, and research program for individuals of all ages and skill levels with autism spectrum disorders. Established in the early 1970s by Eric Schopler and colleagues, the TEACCH program has worked with thousands of individuals with autism spectrum disorders and their families. TEACCH provides clinical services such as diagnostic evaluations, parent training and parent support groups, social play and recreation groups, individual counseling for higher-functioning clients, and supported employment. In addition, TEACCH conducts training nationally and internationally and provides consultation for teachers, residential care providers, and other professionals from a variety of disciplines. Research activities include psychological, educational, and biomedical studies.



RESOURCE CLASS/ What is it?
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Resource
Resource is a class with rules, expectations, and
goals, just like the regular classroom. It is a place where students come to learn and expand their skills.
Resource teachers work with students in a smaller
group and provide individualized attention and demonstrate a variety of new learning skills to identified
students based on their current ability.

Resource class has been designed to work with the regular classroom teacher and to meet the goals of
the individualized educational plan for the student.
If you have questions, please feel free to contact
the school.
Discussion Topics
Class Philosophy
No "Class Philosophy" exist(s)
Expectations
No "Expectations" exist(s)

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