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Mark Knight Dixon
01:46
The topic is IEPs, right?
Shannon Rivas
06:50
Happy Monday!
Shannon Rivas
10:02
GO ORANGE!
Max Barrows
10:18
GO HUSKIES! UConn!
Shannon Rivas
10:51
Max, it's probably the Women's Basketball team!
RuthAnn Winschel
10:55
Go Orange 🍊🍊🍊 Syracuse basketball!!! πŸ§‘πŸ§‘πŸ§‘πŸ€πŸ€πŸ€
Rebekah Thompson
20:17
for my town lee
Rebekah Thompson
20:29
i need phone numbers lee
Rebekah Thompson
21:02
i need phone numbers lee
Rebekah Thompson
23:11
ok thanks
Rebekah Thompson
26:40
thanks
Thalia Dafermos
27:25
congrats!!!
Rebekah Thompson
27:49
lee
Sue Moriarty
30:04
Bravo, Ashley!
Joseph Damiano
30:15
Awesome Ashley
Gail Delgado
30:22
Awesome!!!
Amanda Daniels
30:31
Ashley you can do it
Shannon Rivas
30:31
Bravo Ashley!
Courtney Hineman
30:34
This is great Ashley!
Mikayla Hoskins
30:41
good job
Karen Topper
30:42
All of Ashey's videos and handouts will be posted on the website tonight
Francesco Hladysz Him/He /They/She/Her
30:52
may I say something
Joseph Damiano
31:06
Thanks Karen
Bridget Crowley
31:13
Thank you, Ashley. This is wonderful. Nice presentation.
Courtney Hineman
31:59
Ok thanks I will going to ask if the presentation will be on the website
Grace’s iPhone
31:59
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Robert & Keith
32:25
Thank you, Ashley. You did a nice presentation
HartiganK
33:25
Good job Ashely. I am a self advocate coordinator for the state of Ct some of the things you were just talking about we talk about here in CT. keep up the great work.
HartiganK
35:26
Start students when they are young
Joseph Damiano
35:26
brb
Grace’s iPhone
35:31
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Mikayla Hoskins
36:12
my hand is up too
Connie McKenzie
36:32
In Colorado, we don't have IEP diplomas. Everybody who does the work earns a regular diploma.
Shannon Rivas
37:41
Miriam Shively, if you have a question for Ashley Mabrey, click on the Participants button and there is a Raised Hand button and Max Barrows will call on you when your turn comes.
Courtney Hineman
41:27
I don't think that was right, you should have been able to attend your IEP meeting
Joseph Damiano
42:44
I got my iep diploma and then went back and got my local
Courtney Hineman
43:52
Also Ashley that is amazing you are teaching kids in Kindergarten how to speak up for themselves at their IEP meeting
Thalia Dafermos
47:28
'my parents just did it without me until I was in higjschool. Then I was expilicitely invited
Courtney Hineman
48:17
Hi Latisha!
keisha turner
48:34
just logging on what going on
Shannon Rivas
48:52
I was very lucky to receive my regular high school diploma in May 1996.
Andrew Cere
49:59
I graduate from Penfield high school in 1997 with my senior class I got a iep deploma
Connie McKenzie
50:14
Ashley's YouTube Channel, The "I" in IEP https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_zxFpBMbEn2cbXYTO8Ll7w
Latisha Martin
50:19
Hi Courtney
Levi Gardner
50:51
i have to stay back twice
Courtney Hineman
51:04
Keisha, Ashley the speaker talked about how she is helping younger kids like in elementary and kindergarten
Joseph Damiano
51:04
brb
Mikayla Hoskins
52:21
Chester has his hand up
Hope
53:05
Said high/college IPS
Sue Moriarty
01:01:27
Great idea!
Bridget Crowley
01:01:29
Excellent idea, Chester!
Connie McKenzie
01:01:36
YES!!
HartiganK
01:01:44
good point
Christopher Siani
01:03:54
I have to leave now I have another meeting see you on Thursday have a nice day
Laura Newell
01:07:11
I went to regular school and even though I became disabled with the fever on the brain when I was 3, I didn't get diagnosed until I was 23 so I did not go thrugh Special Ed but I am older than some of you on here-I graduated in 1982 and I struggled with some things in school and I did go to a special reading class the summer after second grade. I repeated the first grade after my mother died.
Karen Topper
01:08:29
All of Ashley's videos and handouts will be on the SARTAC website later today.
Shannon Rivas
01:09:05
My mom graduated from Hot Springs High School in 1982 with her regular diploma and she went on to nursing school that Fall which would lead her to become a nurse at a hospital. My mom has bi-polar.
Thalia Dafermos
01:10:28
congratulations
Shannon Rivas
01:12:10
Thanks Ashley and Connie!
Sue Moriarty
01:12:19
Thanks so much Ashley!
Karen Topper
01:12:41
Thank you Connie and Ashley - hope the snow melts soon!
Thalia Dafermos
01:13:09
thank you Ashley and everyone
HartiganK
01:13:30
great job if anyone needs any help please reach out to me. its what we do. remember speak up and speak out
Thalia Dafermos
01:13:55
because there a lot of people and so the host sees you