The Vermont Family Network is offering local parents and educators a digital helping hand with free, monthly webinars focused on helping kids with special needs. VFN's June webinar covers Vermont's special-education system, with information on individual education plans, evaluations, parents' rights and managing disagreements. VFN began offering the hourlong sessions earlier this year; anyone with access to a computer and a high-speed Internet connection can "attend." Participants log in at the appointed time to hear the VFN presenter and watch a PowerPoint presentation. The forum also allows attendees to ask questions of the presenter via a chat window. It's a new-school way to get help with old-school questions about kids and community resources.
Over 30 summer camps for creative kids and teens in acting, singing, dance, radio, film, comedy, puppetry, improv, jazz music, musical theater, and more! Camp themes include Monty Python, Wizards, Pirates, Ninjas, Aliens, and many other favorite stories and characters. 10-19-year-olds ready to perform can audition for three summer musicals:…(more)