Bridgeport police visited the CES Special Education facility to present a check to the DLC and PLC programs. The money was raised by the sale of special Autism-themed police patches.
News from CES
The Special Education division at CES is proud to welcome two new leaders. Dr. LèTanya Lawrence is our new Assistant Director of Special Education and Dr. Jennifer Ki will be Director of Related Services and Special Projects.
Dr. Cheryl Kerison is joining the PDS team at CES as the Coordinator of Culturally Responsive Practices to work with agency and region educators.
Music fans are invited to attend live jazz concerts at RCA on May 4 and 5. Students who come to the Trumbull school from all around the region will perform and tickets are $5 at the door.
PLC Program Administrator Stacey Cronk and DLC Component Leader Sharyl Cordone have attained an important achievement that makes them the Northeast's only certified trainers in the Developmental Therapy-Teaching field.
CES has contributed $10,000 to Connecticut's Beardsley Zoo that will go toward an Explorers program that provides high school students with opportunities to learn about the diverse, rewarding careers within a zoo setting.
The PDS department at CES hosted a workshop to give educators from the region guidance and tools to eliminate bias and foster diversity in their schools.
School law expert Tom Mooney spoke to participants in the New Administrator Induction program organized by Professional Development Services at CES on March 4.
The annual CES Transition Resource Expo on March 23 gives families of students with developmental disabilities the opportunity to learn about the services available to them.
The Professional Development Services department at CES is excited to announce Kasey Dunn and Kerrie Harrigan have joined the team as Teaching and Learning Specialists.
Get ready for a Mardi Gras party to help the CES Foundation raise money for CES schools and programs. Save March 26 on your calendars!
CES has purchased a building at 40 Oakview Drive in Trumbull and will begin moving three Special Educations into the site this summer. The moves allow other programs to consolidate and expand.
Members of this year's New Administrator Induction Program met with guest speaker Michele Stewart-Copes to discuss How to Lead Courageous Conversations on Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion with Staff, Families, and Even Other Leaders.
Legislators, school superintendents and school board members from the region gathered this morning at CES for our annual Legislative Breakfast, which allows them all to meet in an informal setting and discuss the important issues they are all dealing with.
The CES Foundation awarded two $3,000 awards to participants in the Connecticut Teacher Residency Program (TRP) to help cover the supplemental costs associated with their efforts to become certified teachers.
Participants in the Administrator Aspirant program continued their exploration of school administration careers during a workshop that featured four current school administrators sitting on a panel to discuss issues that they face and offer advice on handling the role of a school or district leader.
Approximately 40 school administrators attended a workshop at CES to listen to Andy Bechnall, a partner with Shipman & Goodwin, talk about legal guideless for Special Education programs in school districts.
A great crowd of runners, walker and spectators spent a beautiful morning at Seaside Park in Bridgeport on Saturday for the 14th annual CES 5K Fall Classic.
Gov. Ned Lamont visited WorkspaceCT, a Bethel facility co-owned by CES for Manufacturing Appreciation Day on Wednesday. "We are coming back on the strength of our workforce," Lamont said
About 70 veteran and new school administrators attended the annual Superintendents Breakfast hosted by the Professional Development Services team at CES.