November 23, 2020 Each year during the holiday season, we celebrate our staff members. This year has been challenging in many ways, as we all know. One element that was harder than usual was finding ways to honor our teachers, clinical staff, and administrators at this special time because we can’t have many of our usual events, such as potlucks…

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November 17, 2020 TRANSITIONING TO ADULTHOOD for YOUTH WITH AUTISM Online Series on Steps to Independence and Lifelong Learning: We are excited to announce this year, APL is partnering with Seattle Children’s Autism Center to offer to our families the Next Steps Curriculum in a school setting for the first time! Next Steps is a 3-part class series designed…

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Cooler weather, pumpkins, falling leaves … and influenza! It’s that time of year. The Washington Dept. of Health states that especially during this time of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is more important than ever to get your flu shot. And if you are having symptoms, here is a helpful comparison chart from Yale New Haven…

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June 11, 2020 – We are tracking today’s guidance and advice from the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction pertaining to schools opening in fall 2020. Superintendent Reykdal’s general expectation is that we should expect schools to open in the fall, with adjustments to regular programming to be based on public health guidelines and…

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At the end of the 2019-20 school year, Jennifer Annable will be retiring as Executive Director of APL.  You can honor her with a donation toward APL through the Jennifer Annable Legacy Fund. News about Academy for Precision Learning and Jennifer Annable from our Board Co-Presidents Gary Ennis & Sujan Akella January 17, 2020 On…

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