The North Sac Community Collaborative’s Parent Engagement Series has created a series for parents of African-American students and special education.
Parents and caregivers are encouraged to attend these free workshops to provide their voice, experiences, and valuable input. Plus, there will be information and resources available for you and your student!
Refreshments and play care are offered! There will be gift card raffles and incentives for attending!
2/6, 6pm-7:45pm: Equity in Education: Parent Roles and History of Education (MLK Jr. Tech Library, 3051 Fairfield St.)
2/19, 6pm-7:45pm: What’s Working & What’s Not: School Discipline Policies (Grant High School Little Theater, 1400 Grand Ave.)
3/25, 6pm-7:45pm: School Funding – Understanding the LCAP, Information about Freedom Schools (Foothill Ranch Library, 5001 Diablo Dr.)
4/16, 6pm-7:45pm Data Who, Data What? Understanding Data to Help Your Child Succeed (Rio Tierra School Library, 3201 Northstead Dr.)
Workshops focused on Special Education:
1/30, 6pm-7:45pm: Understanding Special Education: Parents Rights, Roles and Resources (Foothill Ranch Library, 5001 Diablo Dr.)
2/25, 6pm-7:45pm: Understanding Special Education: Parents Rights, Roles and Resources (Stanford Settlement, 450 W El Camino Ave.)
4/2, 6pm-7:45pm: Understanding the IEP Process: Individual Education Plan – Rights as a Parent + Student (Morey Avenue Preschool, 155 Morey Ave.)
4/22, 6pm-7:45pm: How Data Can Help Your Child Succeed: Understanding School Discipline (Castori Elementary Library, 1801 South Ave.)
Phone: (916) 646-6631
Email: [email protected]