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Welcome to the new Southeast GLRS Website

Written by Allyson Reeves on . Posted in News

We thank you for your patience as our new website has been under construction.  Our new website will provide quick and easy access to resources that will support the academic achievement of students with disabilities.  Please continue to visit our site as we update and we appreciate any feed back to better serve our districts.

Southeast GLRS Celebrates District 14 Special Educators

Written by Allyson Reeves on . Posted in News

On February 3rd Southeast GLRS and the special education directors of District 14 honored special educators that were selected as the Debra Brantley Award recipients of the year for their individual school districts.   This was our 2nd Annual District 14 Debra Brantley Award Recognition Banquet.  Debra Brantley was a long-time special educator who exemplified what it truly means to be an advocate for children.  Teachers and their families from Appling, Bulloch, Candler, Cedarwood GNETS Program,  Jeff Davis, Tattnall, Toombs, Vidalia City and Wayne County Schools gathered in Metter for a luncheon in their honor.

Pictured with Mrs. Jeannie Morris is Mr. Cole Tucker.  Mr. Tucker is a ventriloquist from Hahira, Georgia and he is only 15 years old.

Pictured here are Cole and one of his friends singing to the crowd.

Pictured left to right is Melody Young, Candler County Schools; Gloria Rowland, Toombs County Schools; Maria Vandenabeele, Appling County Schools; Susan Hildebrand, Wayne County Schools; Jamie Wilkinson, Vidalia City Schools; Cole Tucker and friend Mo, Zola Cason, Cedarwood GNETS Program; Deborah Green, Tattnall County Schools; Cheryl Lovett, Jeff Davis County Schools; and Candice Davis, Bulloch County Schools.  Please join us in congratulating these women on a job well done.

We would also like to say a special Thank You to the Candler County Black Tie Tigers for helping make this banquet such a success.  Great Job!!!

ASPIRE

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ASPIRE Picture                                           Active Student Participation Inspires Real Engagement (ASPIRE)

ASPIRE promotes self-determination and self-advocacy skills to prepare students for educational, career, and independent living decisions they will need to be more successful in adulthood.

Southeast GLRS and South Central GLRS partnered together to host the first ASPIRE Innovative Practices Forum in our area.  The purpose of the forum was to provide an opportunity for school systems to share their ideas and practices with other districts.  We had a panel discussion during opening session that featured teachers, an administrator, a parent mentor, and an ASPIRE consultant.  There were six breakout sessions throughout the day.  In these sessions, participants learned various ways to engage students and parents in the ASPIRE process.

If you would like to view and watch the breakout sessions from the March 8, 2017 ASPIRE Forum please click on the link below:

http://www.livebinders.com/play/play?id=2179739&present=true

Our New Location

Written by Allyson Reeves on . Posted in Uncategorized

We are very excited to announce our new location in Baxley, Georgia.  The GLRS staff would love for you to drop by and check out our facilities.  We do have a training room that is available to use that will seat up to 45 people.  If you would like to book our room please call Allyson Reeves at (912) 705-8898.

GLRS Training Room

GLRS Training Room

GLRS Training Room

GLRS Training Room

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