Parent University Programs
What is Parent University
By offering a series of free courses, this innovative program allows parents to access the tools they need to help their children reach their full potential. Courses offered during the 2014-2015 school year will include Understanding ADD/ADHD, Computer Technology and a Health and Wellness Summit. Register today to participate in a Parent University event close to you!
Parent University Goals
Throughout the country, school districts have implemented programs similar to Parent University in order to:
- Increase parental involvement and participation in schools,
- Allow parents an opportunity to network with professionals and other parents
- Help parents develop the skills needed to implement positive parenting practices,
- Empower parents to become effective advocates for their children,
- Strengthen home-school-community partnerships,
- Equip parents with the knowledge and awareness of resources available to them.
Health and Wellness Summit
Featuring the Title I/PAC 2014-2015 Evaluation and 2015-2016 Budget Input Session.
Summit will include guest speakers, structured children's program for ages 4 - 12, door prizes, lunch and more!
Visit the Resource Fair for free services
Stall High School
3625 Ashley Phosphate Rd, North Charleston, SC 29418
9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. on April 25, 2015
Register for the Helath and Wellness Summit Today!
Register online for best results with the link below. If you or a friend are unable to register on-line, use one of the printable forms and submit it to the Parent Advocate at your child's school.
- Online Health and Wellness Summit Registration
Help Promote the Health and Wellness Summit with these Flyers
For more information call your school's Parent Advocate or the Office of Community Outreach at 937 -6578
Girls Summit - March 7, 2015
The 4th Annual Girls Summit was on March 7th at School of the Arts. It included a moving keynote address from Charleston County School District, Deputy Superintendent, Dr. Lisa Herring, parent and youth panel discussions and workshops.
From Boyz to Gentlemen
This year's summit featured an inspirational keynote address from Senator Marlon Kimpson. The event included parent and student workshops, panel presentations, a community resource fair, and much more!
Please call the Office of Community Outreach at 843-937-6578 if you have any questions about Parent University.