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From the President

My day begins at the break of dawn with a prayer of serenity. I understand and welcome the challenges that I will encounter today; In fact, I search for them. My tools are not always those of tangible substance. The tools I bring have been passed down from many generations and have been modified and shaped to fit given opportunities. These tools are a "Gift". A gift of an unbreakable woven fabric that cannot be bought or sold. A fabric of the endangered products built from integrity, compassion, courage, loyalty, understanding and unconditional love. I bring with me opportunities to ignite, instill, inspire, support and challenge.

My success and progress is often measured by society on archaic standards with little recognition of the "human" element. Often the emphasis is on things like, "norm" referencing and standards based assessments. My personal success cannot be measured by ANY formal assessment tool or modern methods. My success is measured by lives: Lives I've touched, shaped, molded, supported and educated.

You "Trust" me...You search me out to be "The One Hope". The one that motivates and empowers your children to become the leaders of our future. I ask for your support in my continued quest...For my hope is also in "You".

Do you have the fabric needed to continue to build as one community, one world so the future of our children will be as it once was?

"I Am A Builder Of Dreams"
By Fred Frisco

KLM Brings Jungle Book to Re-Ed

three hatsRe-Education Services collaborated with The Musical Theater Production, specifically with Kids Love Musical (KLM) out of Cleveland  to adapt and modify “The Jungle Book” for students with disabilities.  Students from the Re-Ed Bedford and Mentor campuses practiced for several weeks on speaking parts, songs and acting and presented in front of students and families.  We are Re-Ed would like to thank Amy and Molly from KLM for working with the students!!   KLM introduces musical productions to students in school districts across the Northeast Ohio region.

AWARD Fundraiser March 18th

It’s not too late to join us for the annual fundraiser on Friday March 18th!  Come out and enjoy some good food and good fun at the Croatian Lodge in Eastlake starting at 6:00.  For just $40/single or $75/couple you can enjoy dinner, open bar, dancing, a Chinese Auction and more!  See the registration flyer under Community Links for more info.  Hope to see you there!

AWARD Program Fundraiser

Re-Education AWARD Program’s 4th annual fundraiser dinner will take place on March 18, 2016.   This year’s fundraiser will be held at The American Croatian Lodge in Eastlake from 6:00 pm to 11:00 pm.   Join us for a delicious meal, Chinese Auction, 50/50 raffle, DJ and dancing and open bar.  Admission is $65/person.  Proceeds will benefit students and school programs at Re-Education Services.  See flyer under Community Links for more info.

Re-Ed Choir Spreads Holiday Cheer!

The Re-Ed Choir visited Brookdale Assisted Living in Mentor to spread holiday cheer through music and visit with the residents.  The choir assembled in the main lobby to the waiting residents and more joined as they heard the music.  As in the past when the choir has visited, the residents enjoyed the holiday music and sang along with them!  Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to our friends at Brookdale!

Re-Ed AWARD Annual Fall Run – October 3

Come join us for a 5K Run, 1 Mile Fun Walk and Kids Dash on October 3 at the Re-Education Services Mentor Campus.  You can register online, via mail by October 1 or the morning of the race.  See the “Run for Autism” link on the top left of our website for registration info.

We hope to see you on October 3!!

Pancake Breakfast @ Re-Ed September 20

There will be a Pancake Breakfast to benefit the students at Re-Education Services on September 20 starting at 9:00. Please come support our students and enjoy some delicious pancakes. See attached flyer for more info.

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Happy New Year!

We hope that all of our families had a wonderful Holiday Season! We will resume classes on January 4 and look forward to seeing everyone then!

Upcoming Events – November

January 4 - School resumes after holidays
January 9 - End of Second Quarter
January 13 - 1/2 Day for Students 11:15 dismissal
January 16 - MLK Day - No School