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Parent University-Has Something for Everyone

posted Dec 2, 2015, 1:05 PM by Karissa Lee
    WESD INFORMATION
Parent University Has Something for Everyone

Parents/Guardians: WESD’s sixth annual Parent
University is coming Saturday, January 23, 2016 from
7:45 a.m. to noon, and registration is now underway!
This is a free, half-day learning opportunity for all
parents/guardians.

  • Does your child need extra assistance in math? 
  • What is STEM and why is it important? 
  • How can you support your child in successfully completing his or her
  • homework?
  •  Do you wonder about District and State assessments and what your child’s scores mean?
  •  How can you help your youngster be a successful reader and writer? 

These topics and many more will be offered to
promote academic success.
How can you give your child some freedom on the
computer and still protect him or her against
cyberbullying?
How can you talk to your child about the
dangers of substance abuse? 
What can you do to help your child avoid bullying behaviors? 
These are a few of the student safety topics that will be presented.
Can you actually save money through couponing? What
does it mean to parent with love and logic? What
community resources are available for families in need?
How do you talk to your children about money? How
can you become an advocate for public education? All
these and other family education classes will be
available.
At Parent University, parents/guardians will also have
the opportunity to meet and hear from Dr. Paul Stanton,
Superintendent of the Washington Elementary School
District.
Register today for Parent University by visiting the
WESD Web site (wesdschools.org) and clicking the
“Parent University” tab or complete and return the flyer
sent home with your student. For more information,
contact Joe Negron, WESD parent outreach coordinator,
at 602-347-2872.
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