District 26 Parent Empowerment Conference
Saturday, November 7, 2015
9:30 AM to 1:00 PM
At Queens High School of Teaching (QHST)
74-20 Commonwealth Blvd.
(The Frank Padavan Campus off Union Turnpike and Commonwealth Blvd)
District 26 families are invited to join our 1st Parent Empowerment Conference. Families will have the opportunity to attend workshops being facilitated by our own school staff, APs, Principals and community leaders. These workshops will cover a broad range of topics from math skills to caring for the elderly.
Translations will be available.
Childcare for school age children will be provided for families who register prior to the event.
Free Raffles and Give-Aways for every participant. Raffle drawing will be held at the November 2015, CDEC monthly meeting held at MS 74.
Student artwork will be displayed.
To register online please follow this link:
http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0f4faba622a6f94-parent You will be prompted to choose workshops you are interested in attending and sign up for translations and/or childcare. If you are unable to register online, fill out the information on the back of this flyer and return to your school’s parent coordinator. For more information contact your Parent Coordinator at your school or call D.26 Family Leadership Coordinator, Lori Butera email@example.com, or 718.631.6841.
We look forward to meeting and working with you.
District 26 Conference Planning Committee
D26 PARENT EMPOWERMENT CONFERENCE
PAPER REGISTRATION FORM
PLEASE RETURN TO YOUR CHILD’S SCHOOL BY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30TH
TEACHERS, PLEASE FORWARD TO YOUR PARENT COORDINATOR. THANK YOU.
PRINT CHILD’S NAME: SCHOOL: GRADE: PARENT’S NAME: EMAIL: I
WILL ATTEND THE D26 CONFERENCE AND NEED THE FOLLOWING ASSISTANCE: TRANSLATION CHILDCARE
PLEASE PROVIDE THE AGE OF THE CHILD/REN: Workshop Offerings – Participants can attend 2 workshops. Please check off two topics.
(10:30 to 11:30 a.m. and 11:30 to 12:30 p.m.)
Raising A Beautiful Girl - A self-esteem program for women and girls
Kate Tuffy, MSEd., BCBA, Hance Family Foundation
Conflict vs Bullying: Strategies for De-escalating Conflict
Kim Mascoe, Dean/Inst Coach PS/IS 178
Connecting Social Studies to your 21st Century Child