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M-SPEC meeting and program
Our next MSPEC meeting and program is March 27th at 7pm at the Ed Center. Our program is titled "Learning to Write and Writing to Learn: Strategies and Technologies When Writing Difficulties Are Obstacles to Learning. This program is for all parents whose students from preschool to high school may be experiencing handwriting difficulties. We will discuss what is developmentally appropriate when younger children are learning to write and when parents should become concerned about handwriting difficulties. We will also focus on what strategies, accommodations, and assistive technologies may be available to students to use at school and at home when handwriting difficulties begin to impact learning and the ability to perform academically.
More About Millburn Township School District
The Millburn School District consists of seven schools — one high school, one middle school and five elementary schools — and is considered one of the best districts in New Jersey.
Millburn High School is a national Blue Ribbon School, and New Jersey Monthly rated it New Jersey's top high school in 2008. Millburn Middle School has been named a Benchmark School of Excellence for five straight years.
The Education Center houses the district's administration offices, including the school's superintendent. It's also where the Board of Education holds its meetings twice a month.
The offices are located on the same property as Millburn High School, and there is a strict parking enforcement. Anyone visiting the Education Center needs to get a visitor's parking pass otherwise they run the risk of receiving a parking ticket.