Title I provides funds and opportunities to keep your child from being left behind- NOW
WE NEED PARENTS TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE-FOR THEIR OWN CHILD!!!!
COME AND GET INVOLVED
• Reconnecting With the Family Workshop Saturday March 7, 2015 12:00pm -1:00pm
Your teen probably wants to spend most of his/her free time with his/her friends. But he/she still needs to know that you are there for him/her and support him/her. The Workshop will provide a safe place for parents to discuss how to create moments to connect with there teen. Social Media is a leading distraction in the family. The goal is to assist parents to target in on the distractions that causes a division in the family. Reconnecting with the family will have a positive impact on the entire family and enhance the students focus on his/her academic advancement.Our goal is to assist families in living safe and sober lives by providing educational opportunities,, in -home therapy, and parenting
• Fulfilling Your Potential Workshop Saturday March 7, 2015 1:00pm -2:00pm
Having a positive view point is necessary to motivate the child to realizing his/her full potential. Parents will participate, examine and discuss the essential levels of psychological development connected to fulfilling one’s potential. This workshop is interactive and will allow parents to determine their role in forming their child’s desires to achieve, leading to a realization of one’s capabilities in high school and beyond.Other Parent Activities on this same day at Simeon
Parent Meeting •Saturday March 7, 2015 10:00am -11:00am
Simeon Parents and Community Members assemble together to discuss ways to be engaged and involved in the students’ education to ensure academic success at Simeon Career Academy and beyond. Information is distributed from CPS to parents to be informed and aware resources available and activities planned by the district.
• Title I Parent Policy & Parent Compact Review Session
Saturday March 7, 2015 11:00am -12:00pm
The PACs exist to provide parents/legal guardians, teachers/staff, and concerned community individuals with the opportunity to work with their principal in the planning, design, implementation, and evaluation of the Title I Program. Join the PAC to review the 2015-2016 Parent Policy and Compact designed by parents in alignment with the school continuous improvement plan.