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  • 9:30a PAC/PLN Network 11 Meeting (Joplin Parent University-7927 S Honore St, Chicago, IL 60620)
    PAC/PLN Network 11 Meeting
    Tue, April 21 , 9:30am - 12:00pm
    Joplin Parent University-7927 S Honore St, Chicago, IL 60620
    The Parent Advisory Council (PAC) / Parent Leadership Network (PLN) Collaborative meeting is a parent engagement initiative grounded in partnership-building that ensures the learning and leadership experience of parents is relational, developmental, collaborative, and linked to learning.

    The purpose is to:

    Provide parents with updated and relevant District data to better inform them of the status of their individual schools

    Connect parents with both city-wide and CPS departmental resources to help foster their leadership skills and their engagement in the learning process

    Deliver both need-based and research-based workshops based on the five components to ensure we are empowering and servicing schools

    Help parents create partnerships with educators, students, and other parents to increase the social, cultural, and human capital in their schools​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
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  • 9:30a PAC/PLN Network 1Meeting (Cleveland High School- 3121 W Byron St, Chicago, IL 60618)
    PAC/PLN Network 1Meeting
    Thu, April 23 , 9:30am - 11:30am
    Cleveland High School- 3121 W Byron St, Chicago, IL 60618
    The Parent Advisory Council (PAC) / Parent Leadership Network (PLN) Collaborative meeting is a parent engagement initiative grounded in partnership-building that ensures the learning and leadership experience of parents is relational, developmental, collaborative, and linked to learning.

    The purpose is to:

    Provide parents with updated and relevant District data to better inform them of the status of their individual schools

    Connect parents with both city-wide and CPS departmental resources to help foster their leadership skills and their engagement in the learning process

    Deliver both need-based and research-based workshops based on the five components to ensure we are empowering and servicing schools

    Help parents create partnerships with educators, students, and other parents to increase the social, cultural, and human capital in their schools​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
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  • 10:00a Bogan ODLSS Training- Summer Planning for Diverse Learner Families. (Bogan High School- 3939 W 79th St, Chicago, IL 60652)
    Bogan ODLSS Training- Summer Planning for Diverse Learner Families.
    Fri, April 24 , 10:00am - 11:30am
    Bogan High School- 3939 W 79th St, Chicago, IL 60652
    Course Title: Summer Planning for Diverse Learner Families.

    Course Description: In this course, parents will receive support with summer planning. You will
    receive information on choosing a summer camp and how to implement summer learning at home.
    Parents will walk away with a wealth of planning resources, tips, and options.

    For more information please e-mail: odlssparentsupport@cps.edu
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  • 10:00a Gwendolyn Brooks ODLSS Training- Summer Planning for Diverse Learner Families (Gwendolyn Brooks High School- 250 E 111th St, Chicago, IL 60628)
    Gwendolyn Brooks ODLSS Training- Summer Planning for Diverse Learner Families
    Tue, April 28 , 10:00am - 11:30am
    Gwendolyn Brooks High School- 250 E 111th St, Chicago, IL 60628
    Course Title: Summer Planning for Diverse Learner Families.

    Course Description: In this course, parents will receive support with summer planning. You will
    receive information on choosing a summer camp and how to implement summer learning at home.
    Parents will walk away with a wealth of planning resources, tips, and options.

    For more information please e-mail: odlssparentsupport@cps.edu
  • 10:00a PAC/PLN Network 6 Meeting (Smyth High School-1059 W 13th St, Chicago, IL 60608)
    PAC/PLN Network 6 Meeting
    Tue, April 28 , 10:00am - 12:00pm
    Smyth High School-1059 W 13th St, Chicago, IL 60608
    The Parent Advisory Council (PAC) / Parent Leadership Network (PLN) Collaborative meeting is a parent engagement initiative grounded in partnership-building that ensures the learning and leadership experience of parents is relational, developmental, collaborative, and linked to learning.

    The purpose is to:

    Provide parents with updated and relevant District data to better inform them of the status of their individual schools

    Connect parents with both city-wide and CPS departmental resources to help foster their leadership skills and their engagement in the learning process

    Deliver both need-based and research-based workshops based on the five components to ensure we are empowering and servicing schools

    Help parents create partnerships with educators, students, and other parents to increase the social, cultural, and human capital in their schools​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
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  • 6:00p Michele Clark ODLSS Training- Summer Planning for Diverse Learner Families (Michele Clark High School- 5101 W Harrison St, Chicago, IL 60644)
    Michele Clark ODLSS Training- Summer Planning for Diverse Learner Families
    Wed, April 29 , 6:00pm - 7:30pm
    Michele Clark High School- 5101 W Harrison St, Chicago, IL 60644
    Course Title: Summer Planning for Diverse Learner Families.

    Course Description: In this course, parents will receive support with summer planning. You will
    receive information on choosing a summer camp and how to implement summer learning at home.
    Parents will walk away with a wealth of planning resources, tips, and options.

    For more information please e-mail: odlssparentsupport@cps.edu
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  • 6:00p Cleveland ODLSS Training- Summer Planning for Diverse Learner Families (Cleveland Elementary School- 3121 W Byron St, Chicago, IL 60618)
    Cleveland ODLSS Training- Summer Planning for Diverse Learner Families
    Thu, April 30 , 6:00pm - 7:30pm
    Cleveland Elementary School- 3121 W Byron St, Chicago, IL 60618
    Course Title: Summer Planning for Diverse Learner Families.

    Course Description: In this course, parents will receive support with summer planning. You will
    receive information on choosing a summer camp and how to implement summer learning at home.
    Parents will walk away with a wealth of planning resources, tips, and options.

    For more information please e-mail: odlssparentsupport@cps.edu
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