Thursday, October 14, 2010

EPSB Information Night for Parents from African communities

What are parent teacher interviews? Where do I go for information?
What is my role as a parent in the school?
What is an IPP and why does my child need one?
How do report cards work? What do students think?
What are assessments and why are they needed? What is CTS? What is RAP?

Do you have questions about Edmonton Public Schools?

Come to an information session for immigrant and refugee families of African background.

WHEN: Saturday, October 30 at 3:30 p.m.

A simple meal will be provided at the end of the session.

WHERE: Africa Centre 13160 – 127 Street

WHY: Make connections and have your questions answered.

RSVP: To register call Chem Chinoda at 780-616-5732,
or email c.chinoda@bbbsedmonton.org by October 22, 2010.

Organized by Partners in Education Program, Edmonton Public Schools and Big Brothers Big Sisters.

Hosted by Africa Centre.

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