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Shining Star Week

The week of March 16th-20th, 2015. 

Would you like to thank a member of your child's Special Education staff or other staff member for their hard work and dedicated service?

DCSEAC is excited to announce a new program called Shining Star Week. It is an easy way to say thank you to those Special Education STARS who go above and beyond to make your child's day special.

Simply print out, decorate, and present the attached flyer to your STAR during the week of March 11th-15th 2015.   Feel free to also scan/photograph the certificate and send it to us to share on our FB page.

Have fun with it!!

March 10, 2015 | By meernst | Category:

District News

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DCSD Board of Directors sitting at dais

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