Parent Workshops: Special Education

Dear PS 101 Families,

Below are links to community workshops on Special Education and services.

Brooklyn Early Childhood & School Age Family Community Engagement (FACE) Center for NYC

Upcoming Workshops and Events for Families:

Understanding the IEP Process
2/8/23, Wednesday, 11:00am-1:00pm:

Learn about the fundamentals of the IEP process, including evaluations and
eligibility, the roles and responsibilities of school staff and families, the
various components of the IEP, and the transition planning process.
For families of students with disabilities.

Agency 101: Connecting Individuals with Disabilities to Adult Services
2/16/23, Thursday, 5:30pm-7:00pm:

This training will review New York State’s adult service agencies for people
with disabilities, the services they provide, and their eligibility processes.
Learn about how to connect students with disabilities to essential
post-school options and supports, the benefits of adult agency services, and
how to involve your student and IEP team in accessing services.


Pre-K Coffee with Principal Korrol

Dear Pre-Kindergarten Parents-

You can now listen to today’s Pre-Kindergarten Coffee with Korrol recording below. The conversation includes information about how we educate our Pre-K students and how you as a parent can help your child get ready for the upper grades, parenting ideas to create great habits in your child, and why spending time with them is so very important at this age.

Pre-K Coffee with Principal Korrol


Special Education Workshops

Brooklyn Early Childhood & School Age
Family Community Engagement (FACE) Center for NYC

Upcoming Workshops and Events for Families (Professionals are also welcome)
● Family Engagement in the FBA / BIP Process
11/9/22, Wednesday, 2:00pm-3:30pm:
Participants will learn:
○ The definitions and purpose of both a Functional Behavior Assessment
(FBA) and Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP)
○ How the FBA and BIP should begin and the process
○ Who is on the committee that creates each process and the timeline
○ The role of parents, families, and caregivers as part of the BIP teams
NYC families & professionals are welcome.

● Special Education Mediation for Families
11/16/22, Wednesday, 10:00am-12:00pm:
In this training, participants will learn about the Individuals with Disabilities
Education Act (IDEA) and review the options for parents to resolve disputes
related to special education. We will focus on how to use Special Education
Mediation as a process to resolve complaints regarding the education of a
student with a disability.