For Teachers to Support Inclusion

SEPTA Grant Information

Stay tuned for our Garden City SEPTA’s grant program for the 2017-18 school year. We strongly encourage teachers and support staff to take advantage of this opportunity. Applications will be arriving soon! Click here for last year’s recipient list. GC SEPTA ad Final Color 9.8×11.3-1

Last year, GC SEPTA has gave out over $15,000 in grant money districtwide. Our grant program allowed us to provide equipment and supplies to support existing programs and to support the implementation of many new programs districtwide. Document cameras, iPads, digital cameras, and a Nearpod are some of the valuable equipment purchases that will encourage, stimulate, and enhance creative instruction districtwide. Our grant money will also go towards funding the soon to be implemented, grassroots, student centered recycling program called “The Green Team”. GC SEPTA provides programs that not only support special education students but ALL the students in our district.


More ideas to promote inclusion in your classroom and beyond!


Click below to read this recent article:
Inclusive education means all children are included in every way, not just in theory.


30 Ways to Support Inclusion in your Classroom


Down Syndrome 101

Click the above to view the easy-to-follow video explaining the basics of Down syndrome created by the Utah Down Syndrome Foundation. This educational video is great for use in school classrooms.


Teaching your child about peers with special needs


Etiquette for working with students with disabilities


What is Differentiated Instruction?


Click here to Learn about sensory processing from a child’s prospective.


Would you like to help make a team or club more inclusive?

Click here to view this guide from Autism Speaks

The purpose of this guide is to better prepare community organizations to serve youth and families with autism. The information will help organizations learn to integrate youth with autism into existing programs, communicate with parents, and train their staff.  For more info, click here.



Click below for the short film entitled “Inclusion Is Belonging”: