LIFE Workshops at APS

Life Workshops at APS
Posted on 11/12/2018
Parent's Workshops
Parents' Workshop
From our partners at Community Legal Aid
We have a new round of workshops coming up. They are described in the press release below. Also, I attached a related photo (caption is below as well). If you can help us once again to get the word out to parents about these workshops, we would really appreciate it. 
Thanks so much! 
Have a great day! -Denise Henry, Community Legal Aid
Legal Aid Helps Local Parents Advocate for their Struggling School Children
Free Workshops Lead Summit County Parents to Education Services, Advocacy
With the school year now in full swing, report cards and parent-teacher conferences are beginning to reveal where school children may be slipping behind. At its free upcoming school advocacy workshops, Community Legal Aid is helping local parents to identify the right resources for their struggling students. Often, these are just a request away. However, knowing what to ask for can present the biggest hurdle, says Legal Aid Supervising Attorney Andrew Neuhauser.
“We see parents are often intimated by the process of accessing the right education services available to them,” says Neuhauser.
Legal Aid’s LIFE (Learning Is For Everyone) workshops give parents a road map to accessing school resources best for their children. Offered for a second time, the workshops take place Thursday, Nov. 15 at Windemere Community Learning Center, 2283 Windemere Ave., Akron; Tuesday, Nov. 27 at the REACH Opportunity Center, 390 W. Crosier Street, Akron; and Thursday, Dec. 13 at Findley Community Learning Center, 65 W. Tallmadge Ave., Akron. All workshops take place from 6-8 p.m. and include free food/refreshments as well as children’s activities.
Legal Aid is partnering with ARC, Akron Children’s Hospital, Akron Summit County Library, Akron Summit Community Action, Akron Public Schools and Summit Education Initiative for this project.
The free workshops will cover support available to student from grades kindergarten through 12th. To register, go to www.communtylegalaid.org/events or text SCHOOL to 77453. 

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Advocate Julie Smith presents to parents at one of the first Parent Advocacy Workshops. These workshops are part of Legal Aid's Learning is for Everyone (LIFE) project, which launched in spring 2018. The purpose of the project is to help parents understand and navigate the resources and services available to students who are struggling in school.  

 

Denise Henry
Communications Manager
(330) 983-2676
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