College Connect offers new L.I.F.T. workshop series.
High school students and their parents are encouraged to attend free College Connect workshops are from 10 a.m. to noon at the Tempe Public Library, 3500 S. Rural Rd.
Workshops on Saturday, Aug. 16, Sept. 20, Nov. 1, Jan. 31
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No Parent Left Behind (NPLB) University, is a Title I program that provides free educational workshops for parents, students, and the school community. Topics are based on parent surveys and are intended to provide relevant information on high school and college-related topics as well as societal issues that may impact adolescents.
• Provides an opportunity for the Tempe Union High School District to communicate with our families
• Provides information about school-related topics and societal concerns and/or issues that impact our adolescents
• Allows caring adults additional insight on how to better understand and assist their adolescents
• Opens the lines of communication within the family
Our vision is to get connected, stay informed and become empowered by providing adults with the opportunity to network, share experiences, lend support and learn useful strategies and information in a non-judgmental environment.
"Keeping in Touch"
Special Thank You shout-out goes to Buca de Beppo for donating dinner to us for our Sept. 24th
workshop called, "Family Day: A Day to Eat Together, Communicate and
Reduce Drug Use". They will be bringing penne marinara, mixed greens
and Caesar salad, their house bread and butter. See more of Buca de Beppo and their menu here.
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