TPS Paraprofessionals Head Back to School

While students are enjoying the final days of summer break, Topeka Public Schools' paraprofessionals have already kicked off their school year.

Most of the district's paras spent today at Topeka West High School attending professional development sessions. There, they could attend a wide variety of classes that will help them prepare for the students they serve. Some of the class choices offered to the paras included: Basic First Aid, Behavior Tips for Autism, Characteristics of Disabilities, Mental Health First Aid, Math Strategies, Corrective Reading, and many others.

Topeka Public Schools requires that all paraprofessionals receive at least 20 hours of training each year. Today's classes will help them reach that goal.

Welcome back to school and have a wonderful year, paras!

Featured Post

Neighborhood Veteran Volunteers to Help Keep Kids Safe: September Above & Beyond Award

On a rainy Wednesday morning, Matthew Davis is found in a neon yellow jumpsuit and army boots directing school buses, cars and students safe...