The Janus Journal – Fall 2022

See what’s happening at Janus! We’re sharing highlights from the start of the 2022-2023 school year, advice for current students from Janus alum Parker Chadwick, details about our upcoming Extraordinary Give event, and more! Plus, we’re excited to welcome five new teachers and introduce our 11 new seniors for the class of 2023!

EITC Scholarship Program Webinar

Join us Oct. 19 for a free webinar to learn more about redirecting your PA taxes to fund scholarships for The Janus School! Register today and see the process for EITC giving and hear current Janus donors share their experiences.

Social Thinking Conference

Social Thinking Conference Aug. 18 Featuring Debbie Meringolo

Join us for a hands-on course featuring a leader in Social Thinking, where you will learn how to help individuals with learning differences better navigate social interactions, foster relationships, work well with others, and learn the cause and effect of their behaviors.

The Janus Journal

The Janus Journal – Summer 2022

Janus has a NEW! quarterly newsletter – THE JANUS JOURNAL – to share with our families, donors, and community! Read a message from Head of School Janet Gillespie, see who’s in the Teacher Spotlight, what our students and alumni have been up to this year, and more! Click the article to read our first issue of The Janus Journal!

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Learning with Autism & Overcoming Education Obstacles

Chances are you may know someone who has been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). As the number of ASD diagnoses continues to climb, we are seeing an increasing number of students impacted in unique ways by this complex learning difference.

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Helping Children Talk About Learning Differences

How children talk about learning differences and how they speak about and for themselves greatly impacts their self-confidence, sense of security, and their ability to ask questions and seek understanding.

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Student Success Plans: Accommodations vs. Modifications

Accommodations (such as a quiet room in which to take a test) and modifications (including instructional adaptions) are a critical part of successful individualized learning plans for students with learning differences. Learn how they differ and how to ensure your student is receiving the right support.

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Exercise for the Brain

The importance of exercise to keep our brains healthy and ideas to keep families moving in a virtual learning environment.

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