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    Parent Resource Services

    21000 Education Ct., Ashburn VA 20148


     Karin H. Spencer, EdD, Educator                      Pamala Spiering, Parent


    Welcome! PRS is committed to postive relationships among parents, schools and communities to support the development of the whole child. The PRS assists families with questions and planning as well as provides resources and training.


Announcemennt about Parent Resource Survey

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10/19   Substance Abuse Awareness Presentation: JL Simpson MS Learn More 
10/19   Parent Support Group, Belmont Station Elementary School Learn More 
10/19   How Do We Promote Grit in our Children?  Your Child’s Mind ~ Promoting Motivation, Grit & Executive Functioning, Paxton
10/20   Creating A Financial Roadmap and Funding Special Needs Trusts, Paxton Campus, 
10/22    A WILL to Survive: Woodgrove High School  Learn More



GIVE INPUT Parents of children with special needs and students with special needs are invited to participate in a forum regarding the implementation of Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).  COPAA, under agreement from The National Council on Disability, is conducting research for a five (5) report series. The findings in these reports will primarily serve to assist policymakers, including the White House and Congress, and state and local education agencies with insight needed to make policy decisions designed to improve outcomes for students with disabilities. The forum is SAT OCT. 22, 2016 in Richmond. Learn More

PARENT CAMP The Virginia Department of Education through the Family Engagement Network is hosting a ParentCamp on Thursday, November 3, 2016ParentCamp is the unconference to build family, school and community partnerships. It is called an unconference because the event relies upon the expertise and perspective of the entire room, not just the presenter like the typical stand and deliver conference. Every adult within the session brings an important and unique perspective to contribute to sharing strategies and ideas to benefit student learning, teaching and parenting. Come share and learn. For more information please see the attached flyer or register for ParentCamp by visiting:

October is Learning Disabilities Awareness Month.  Learn more about learning disabilities via The Learning Disabilities Association of America ( Access  the October calendar  from LDAA which offers free webinars, links to great apps, and a wealth of information not only about learning disabilities, but additional resources that could be helpful to you and your family can be found at   



Fall Workshops  
 Click on the Workshops Tab on the left for more information and to register.
Last Modified on August 17, 2011