There are lots of resources on the web that parents can use to help their children keep up with studies and continue learning throughout the summer. Here is a hand-picked list of websites to get you started. Have a look, and send any suggestions you have to firstname.lastname@example.org.
June 10, 2014
4 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. or 6:30 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Chase School— 4151 Turrill Street
Enter Door No. 2 to Cafeteria
Inviting all Northside residents and community members … parents, school employees, business owners, homeowners, clergy, law enforcement, non-profit leaders:
Please join us June 10 to share your thoughts about the relationships connecting the Northside community, its youth and our schools.
We want to create a shared vision of what is best for Northside’s children — finding ways our community can support and nurture them to be successful in school and life.
Let’s work together to plan the future of education in Northside, keeping our community Connected, Contributing and Capable!
1st Session: Telling Your Story (June 10)
2nd Session: Creating a Shared Vision (Fall 2014)
3rd Session: Sharing Our Resources (Fall 2014)
The Parent Academic Involvement Committee has created a parents’ go-to guide for keeping minds and bodies active all summer long. Check it out!