School is closed Wednesday, January 17th, and Thursday, January 18th.
Epiphany Friends, There are so many resources, blogs, social media accounts, groups, non-profits, etc to keep track of out there, that it can become a little overwhelming. Here at Epiphany, we make it our job to be aware of what’s going on, but help filter that information into a productive use of our time and resources, all for what can
The BBC is offering a new showed, “Pablo”, that features an all inclusive cast. Many of the writers and actors have Autism, and have helped create the show. The characters, designed to engage younger students, help Pablo work through many “every day” situations that a student on the spectrum might experience. Check it out! Pablo BBC TV Show Some other
Please continue to monitor your email and our Facebook page for Hurricane Irma updates and school delays/closing. Thank you and stay safe!
Take the time to watch this short video on how CASEL, the Collaborative for Academic and Social Emotional Learning, is taking steps to help change the landscape of social emotional well being in our schools. CASEL is a guiding force for us here at The Epiphany School of Charlotte. We utilize evidence-based and researched-backed best practices on a daily basis.
Join us on Thursday, September 29th, from 4-6pm, for an Admissions Open House. Explore The Epiphany Way Friends and Feelings Program! RSVP on our website: www.TheEpiphanySchool.com
Join us for some laughs at Autism Speaks annual “Laugh It Up Blue” Comedy Night! Dinner and a show, as well as a silent auction! Tickets still available. See here: https://www.cltcomedyzone.com/buy-tickets/?Page=https%3a%2f%2fpublic.ticketbiscuit.com%2fComedyZoneCharlotte%2fEvents%2f268004
See more information here! http://www.ncseaa.edu/K-12Grants.htm
Alix Generous is the cofounder of Podium (Formerly AutismSeesLLC), an app that helps improve presentation and interviewing skills for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Follow along on her Ted Talk, where she describes her young life in school, the many therapists she’s worked with, the experiences she’s been through, and how she arrived on the other side with a
Here at Epiphany, we LOVE reading! We also love to keep up to date on the latest stories and inspirations that we can share with our families. Currently the Head of School, Erin Morris, is reading “Love That Boy,” by Ron Fournier. Ron’s son was diagnosed with Asperger’s at age 12, and this story chronicles the father-son road trip that
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