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This Wrightslaw Boot Camp is sponsored by New Jersey, Cherry Hill Special Education PTA
This program will be held at:
For more information please call Susan Clothier 856-751-4652 or E-mail SClot55168@aol.com
Register online or download and mail in the registration form. Fees for Professional $130, Parent $85, Two Parent/Guardian Team (share materials) $150. Each registrant will receive Wrightslaw: From Emotions to Advocacy and Wrightslaw: Special Education Law (a $60 value). These books will be referenced throughout the conference and will be available at registration.
CEU credits have been approved for this program.
The agenda for this boot camp is located on the sponsors website.
The closest airport to Cherry Hill is Philadelphia International Airport. Central New Jersey Airport is about 45 minutes away and Newark Liberty International Airport is about an hour and a half away.
Directions are listed below. You can also get detailed directions by going to www.mapquest.com and filling in your personal information and the location information above.
Cherry Hill, a town approximately 24 square miles, lies east of Camden in the Delaware Valley. The original inhabitants of the region were Leni-Lenape Indians who co-existed peacefully with the English settlers, followers of William Penn who arrived in the late 1600's. In 1695, the English formed the community of Waterford Township, one of the original townships of old Gloucester County. The community had a long, varied, and successful existence as an agricultural center and mill town. On March 13, 1844, residents held a town meeting and incorporated the Township under a new name - Delaware Township which then became part of the newly organized Camden County. Lear more about Cherry Hill.
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