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Cartwright partners with parents to help children succeed in school, life


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Parents At Last Year's "You, Your Child's First Teacher" Program In Cartwright School District Learn Ways To Help Their Children Succeed In School And Life. Photo Courtesy Cartwright School District

Hundreds of parents in the Cartwright School District will get the opportunity to attend a free interactive workshop presented by “YOU: Your Child’s First Teacher.”

Parents will learn what they can do at home to help their children become college and career ready and set them on a successful path toward their futures and success.

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Parents at last year’s “You, Your Child’s First Teacher” program in Cartwright School District learn ways to help their children succeed in school and life. Photos courtesy Cartwright School District

In this interactive workshop, parents will also understand how to get resources for them and their children, meet other parents, share ideas, and have the opportunity to ask questions about raising their kids.

What:  “You – Your Child’s First Teacher” Workshop (Presented in Spanish with English Translation)

When: Tuesday, September 29th, 2015 from 8:30am – 11:30am

Where: 4242 N. 51st Avenue, Phoenix AZ 85031

Cartwright partners with parents to help children succeed in school, life You-3InsideCartwright School District Superintendent Dr. Jacob A. Chávez has also been trained to teach this course which is a first for the program.

“I feel strongly that leaders need to model and should be able to articulate what is being implemented,” said Dr. Chávez.

You: Your Child’s First Teacher was created by Master Educator and author Sunny P. Chico.

Ms. Chico has worked throughout her career to empower parents to be active partners in their child’s education.

“From birth through high school, 92% of a child’s time is spent at home and only 8% is spent at school,” Chico said.

The Cartwright Elementary School District No.83, located in the West Valley, serves more than 19,000 students in 20 elementary schools.

Cartwright School District is a community of learners with a focus on results collaborating to the unique learning needs of every child by closing the achievement gap and exceeding state and national standards.

Cartwright partners with parents to help children succeed in school, life You-Program-1InsideLearning for All, Every Child, Every School, Every Day.  For more information, visit the district’s website, www.csd83.org.