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District 26 is Proud to Present


I AM A PARENT....GIVE ME STRENGTH

STRONG FAMILIES

STRONG CONNECTIONS

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 lbutera@schools.nyc.gov, 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.)





Grade Level

Topics

Presenter




All

Raising A Beautiful Girl - A self-esteem program for women and girls

Kate Tuffy, MSEd., BCBA, Hance Family Foundation




All

Conflict vs Bullying: Strategies for De-escalating Conflict

Kim Mascoe, Dean/Inst Coach PS/IS 178




All

Connecting Social Studies to your 21st Century Child

Kathy Sciortino, Principal, PS 115




All

"Children are Unique, We Teach that Way.....Insights into Special Education

Melissa Haidary Principal, PS 186




All

Communication Styles

Michelle Rowe, Parent Coordinator, PS 186




All

Elder Care - Helping Your Senior Parent

Matthew Kleiger, Elder Law Attorney & Lisa Albinowski




All

Fun Family Teachable Moments at NYC Cultural Institutions

Myrna Perez-Fung, Parent Coordinator. P.S. 188




All

Positive Impact: Teaching Self Control

Graziella Simonetti, DOE Social Worker




All

Stress is a Mess - Rise Above with Love

Robin St. Clair DC 37




All

Success Beyond Academics - Building Resiliency in our Children

Beth Levy, Social Worker DOE




All

Technology in the 21st Century

Rolando Franco - Parent, IBM Executive IT Architect




All

Using Clay to Help with Frustrations

Kitty Azhar, Teacher




All

Ways to Effectively Advocate for your ELL (English Language Learner) Children as they go through NYC public school

Hannah Jung, Bilingual Social Worker, PS 26/PS 173




All

Keeping Our Children on the Straight and Narrow Path

Megan Rha, Parent, Former Prosecutor




Early Elem

Early Emerging Literacy

Steven Gilroy, Teacher Development Specialist




Early Elem

FUNdations - Phonics for Pre-K through 2nd grade

Jeanmarie Goldberg, Teacher, PS 94




Early Elem

Math Fit - Moving to Math

Eve Sci, Assistant Principal, PS 186




Elementary

How to Support your Child's Academic and Social Needs at Home - For children of all needs.

Kristina Cicio & Ms. Nancy Torres, Teachers, PS 18




Elementary

Science For All - "It's Elementary"

Lydia Pierides, Science Teacher, PS 41




Elementary

Thinking Maps, A Language for Learning. How Thinking Maps are used in the thought process

Ms. Karen Muntzenberger, Teacher, PS 221




Fathers

Game On! - The Educational Value of Youth Sports

Kevin Burke, Parent Coordinator, PS 115




MS

Disorganized? Scattered? Overwhelmed? - Aim High In Middle School. Skills for your child to succeed.

Christine Spagnolo PC, MS 74 & Debbie Hochrad, PC, MS 172




MS

Navigating the HS Admissions Process: Strategies for Developing a Strong HS Application

Cristina Peters, School Counselor, PS/IS 178




Upper Elem & MS

Thinking More Deeply about Math

Elizabeth Fisher, Math Coach



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