January 2020
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  • 9:00a Effective Feedback (Pilsen Little Village Parent University- 2001 S. Throop St.)
    Effective Feedback
    Fri, January 3 , 9:00am - 11:00am
    Pilsen Little Village Parent University- 2001 S. Throop St.
    In this workshop you will learn about:
    how to Introduce a model for giving and receiving feedback
    Explore individual styles and common pitfalls of giving and receiving feedback
    Learn tools and techniques to effectively give and receive feedback.

    for more information on this workshop, please contact Diane Gracia at 7735349493
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  • 10:00a Free fruits & Vegetables (Sullivan Parent University- 6631 N Bosworth Ave, Chicago, IL 60626)
    Free fruits & Vegetables
    Tue, January 7 , 10:00am - 2:30pm
    Sullivan Parent University- 6631 N Bosworth Ave, Chicago, IL 60626
    Sullivan Parent University will hand out fruits and vegetables as a way of community outreach. So come introduce yourself. For more information please contact Cindra Hart at clhartolusuyi@cps.edu.
  • 10:00a Health Moves Cohort (Back of the Yards - Parent University at Richards- 1435 W. 50th St)
    Health Moves Cohort
    Tue, January 7 , 10:00am - 12:00pm
    Back of the Yards - Parent University at Richards- 1435 W. 50th St
    Health Moves creates opportunities for you and your family to live, healthier and happier. Health Moves host comprehensive health workshops and training with employment opportunities. to rsvp for this workshop please contact Janet de la Luz at 773-535-6813
  • 10:00a Parent Help- Math and reading Workshop (Sullivan Parent University- 6631 N Bosworth Ave, Chicago, IL 60626)
    Parent Help- Math and reading Workshop
    Tue, January 7 , 10:00am - 12:00pm
    Sullivan Parent University- 6631 N Bosworth Ave, Chicago, IL 60626
    This workshop assists parents with basic computer skills and some reading/math skills. When helping a parent they are better equipped to help their children. For more information on this workshop please contact Cindra Hart at clhartolusuyi@cps.edu.
  • 10:00a Raising Highly Capable kids (Bronzeville Parent University-555 E 51st St., Chicago, IL 60615)
    Raising Highly Capable kids
    Tue, January 7 , 10:00am - 11:30am
    Bronzeville Parent University-555 E 51st St., Chicago, IL 60615
    Families and communities thrive best when parents are fully engaged with their children. Raising Highly Capable Kids is a 13-week parenting curriculum that will help parents engage at a deeper level with their students. It focuses on deepening local community and church efforts through an integrated model of virtual and local support in two critical areas:

    1) Equipping Parents: The Raising Highly Capable Kids curriculum is dedicated to equipping parents and families to support children based on relevant research and sound practices.
    2) Schools, Churches, and Communities: Society thrives when schools, community service groups and churches support healthy family development together. The curriculum focuses on bringing together community leaders and family champions to direct resources and energy into strengthening families.
    For more information on this workshop please contact Queli Tellez-rtellez7@cps.edu
  • 2:00p Folkloric Classes (Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.)
    Folkloric Classes
    Tue, January 7 , 2:00pm - 3:00pm
    Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.
    A heart warming atmosphere where you can learn to dance a traditional dance to help keep it alive but have fun while doing it. for more information please contact diane Gracia at: dggracia@cps.edu 773-534-9493
  • 6:00p PAC Meeting at Dyett (Bronzeville Parent University-555 E 51st St., Chicago, IL 60615)
    PAC Meeting at Dyett
    Tue, January 7 , 6:00pm - 8:00pm
    Bronzeville Parent University-555 E 51st St., Chicago, IL 60615
    PAC Meeting with Dyett's Principal, Mr. Cortez McCoy. contact Queli Tellez-rtellez7@cps.edu (773)383-5469 for more information.
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  • 8:15a ESL Classes (Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.)
    ESL Classes
    Wed, January 8 , 8:15am - 10:15am
    Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.
    come and learn the basics of English. For more information contact Diane Gracia at dggracia@cps.edu
  • 9:00a Budgeting (Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.)
    Budgeting
    Wed, January 8 , 9:00am - 11:00am
    Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.
    Budgeting is creating a plan for your money based on your priorities and goals. In this workshop, you will learn about meal planning, how to stretch your food dollars. For details of contact Diane Gracia at dggracia@cps.edu 773-534-9493
  • 9:00a PAC/PLN Network 4 Meeting (Logandale Elementary School- 3212 W George St, Chicago, IL 60618)
    PAC/PLN Network 4 Meeting
    Wed, January 8 , 9:00am - 11:00am
    Logandale Elementary School- 3212 W George 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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​.
  • 10:00a Illinois Nutrition Education Programs in Action
    Illinois Nutrition Education Programs in Action
    Wed, January 8 , 10:00am - 11:00am
    Encourage and assist Parents in selecting healthier food choices for their families and hands-on cooking in class. For more information on this workshop please contact Mirlene Dossous at mdossous@cps.edu
  • 10:00a Parent Help- Math and reading Workshop (Sullivan Parent University- 6631 N Bosworth Ave, Chicago, IL 60626)
    Parent Help- Math and reading Workshop
    Wed, January 8 , 10:00am - 12:00pm
    Sullivan Parent University- 6631 N Bosworth Ave, Chicago, IL 60626
    This workshop assists parents with basic computer skills and some reading/math skills. When helping a parent they are better equipped to help their children. For more information on this workshop please contact Cindra Hart at clhartolusuyi@cps.edu.
  • 10:00a Richards ODLSS Training- Sources Used to Measure Student Progress (Richards High School- 1435 W. 5oth St. Chicago IL 60609)
    Richards ODLSS Training- Sources Used to Measure Student Progress
    Wed, January 8 , 10:00am - 11:30am
    Richards High School- 1435 W. 5oth St. Chicago IL 60609
    Course Title: Sources Used to Measure Student Progress

    Course Description: In this course, you will learn about different types of data used to measure
    student progress and the difference between quantitative and qualitative data.

    Please contact odlssparentsupport@cps.edu for more information.
  • 2:00p Technology Classes (Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.)
    Technology Classes
    Wed, January 8 , 2:00pm - 3:00pm
    Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.
    Frida K and Pilsen Parent university will be hosting technology classes.For more information on this event please contact Diane Gracia: dggracia@cps.edu 773-534-9493
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  • 10:00a PAC/PLN Network 2 Meeting (Sullivan Parent University- 6631 N Bosworth Ave, Chicago, IL 60626)
    PAC/PLN Network 2 Meeting
    Thu, January 9 , 10:00am - 12:00pm
    Sullivan Parent University- 6631 N Bosworth Ave, Chicago, IL 60626
    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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
  • 2:00p Folkloric Classes (Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.)
    Folkloric Classes
    Thu, January 9 , 2:00pm - 3:00pm
    Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.
    A heart warming atmosphere where you can learn to dance a traditional dance to help keep it alive but have fun while doing it. for more information please contact diane Gracia at: dggracia@cps.edu 773-534-9493
  • 2:45p Empowering Student Growth (Joplin Parent University- 7927 S Honore St, Chicago, IL 60620)
    Empowering Student Growth
    Thu, January 9 , 2:45pm - 3:45pm
    Joplin Parent University- 7927 S Honore St, Chicago, IL 60620
    Families and communities thrive best when parents are fully engaged with their children. This is a workshop about empowering student growth for more information please contact mirlene Dossous at mdossous@cps.edu
  • 3:15p Illinois Extension: Cooking Matters (Logandale Parent University- 3212 W George St)
    Illinois Extension: Cooking Matters
    Thu, January 9 , 3:15pm - 5:15pm
    Logandale Parent University- 3212 W George St
    Students will learn alongside their parents how to be more hands-on involved with their health! They will make snacks and meals with their parents during class time while learning the nutritional value of different foods! for more information please contact Sarahi Garcia at sgarcia302@cps.edu
  • 3:15p Pretty Brown Girls (Sullivan Parent University- 6631 N Bosworth Ave, Chicago, IL 60626)
    Pretty Brown Girls
    Thu, January 9 , 3:15pm - 5:15pm
    Sullivan Parent University- 6631 N Bosworth Ave, Chicago, IL 60626
    This is a workshop where we encourage girls to dream big and to love their skin. By celebrating the skin they are in they can accomplish so many things for more information on this workshop please contact Cindra Hart at clhartolusuyi@cps.edu
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  • 9:00a PAC/PLN Network 12 Meeting (Bouchet Parent University- 7355 S Jeffery Ave, Chicago, IL 60649)
    PAC/PLN Network 12 Meeting
    Fri, January 10 , 9:00am - 11:00am
    Bouchet Parent University- 7355 S Jeffery Ave, Chicago, IL 60649
    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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
  • 9:00a Recycling (Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.)
    Recycling
    Fri, January 10 , 9:00am - 11:00am
    Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.
    Recycling helps protect the environment. There are many other reasons why recycling is important. In this workshop, you will learn how the city of Chicago recycles and how to start recycles and how to start recycling at home.

    For details of classes contact Diane Gracia at dggracia@cps.edu 773-534-9493
  • 1:00p LSC- Richards Career Academy (Back of the Yards - Parent University at Richards 1435 W. 50th. St. Chicago IL. 60609)
    LSC- Richards Career Academy
    Fri, January 10 , 1:00pm - 2:00pm
    Back of the Yards - Parent University at Richards 1435 W. 50th. St. Chicago IL. 60609
    Parents and community members of Richards Career Academy will gather to discuss budget and updates in the school. For more information please contact Janet de la Luz at 773-535-6813
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  • 8:15a ESL Classes (Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.)
    ESL Classes
    Mon, January 13 , 8:15am - 10:15am
    Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.
    come and learn the basics of English. For more information contact Diane Gracia at dggracia@cps.edu
  • 10:00a CPD: Cyber Security (Logandale Parent University- 3212 W George St)
    CPD: Cyber Security
    Mon, January 13 , 10:00am - 12:00pm
    Logandale Parent University- 3212 W George St
    Officer Castro will lead a Cyber Security class discussing the importance of keeping your children and yourself safe online. Officer Castro will go into detail on how to start conversations with your children to talk about their online habits and keep online predators away. As well as how to keep your personal information safe online! For more information contact Sarahi Garcia at sgarcia302@cps.edu.
  • 2:00p Technology Classes (Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.)
    Technology Classes
    Mon, January 13 , 2:00pm - 3:00pm
    Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.
    Frida K and Pilsen Parent university will be hosting technology classes.For more information on this event please contact Diane Gracia: dggracia@cps.edu 773-534-9493
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  • 10:00a Health Moves Cohort (Back of the Yards - Parent University at Richards- 1435 W. 50th St)
    Health Moves Cohort
    Tue, January 14 , 10:00am - 12:00pm
    Back of the Yards - Parent University at Richards- 1435 W. 50th St
    Health Moves creates opportunities for you and your family to live, healthier and happier. Health Moves host comprehensive health workshops and training with employment opportunities. to rsvp for this workshop please contact Janet de la Luz at 773-535-6813
  • 10:00a Healthy Eats (Theodore Roosevelt High School- 3436 W Wilson Ave, Chicago, IL 60625)
    Healthy Eats
    Tue, January 14 , 10:00am - 1:00pm
    Theodore Roosevelt High School- 3436 W Wilson Ave, Chicago, IL 60625
    A hands-on workshop presented by CPS culinary students and Sodexo Magic Chefs. Samples of healthy eats and take the recipe home. RSVP at erosenfeld@cps.edu
  • 10:00a PAC/PLN Network 3,5 Meeting (Michele Clark High School-5101 W Harrison St, Chicago, IL 60644)
    PAC/PLN Network 3,5 Meeting
    Tue, January 14 , 10:00am - 12:00pm
    Michele Clark High School-5101 W Harrison St, Chicago, IL 60644
    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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​.
  • 10:00a Parent Help- Math and reading Workshop (Sullivan Parent University- 6631 N Bosworth Ave, Chicago, IL 60626)
    Parent Help- Math and reading Workshop
    Tue, January 14 , 10:00am - 12:00pm
    Sullivan Parent University- 6631 N Bosworth Ave, Chicago, IL 60626
    This workshop assists parents with basic computer skills and some reading/math skills. When helping a parent they are better equipped to help their children. For more information on this workshop please contact Cindra Hart at clhartolusuyi@cps.edu.
  • 10:00a Raising Highly Capable kids (Bronzeville Parent University-555 E 51st St., Chicago, IL 60615)
    Raising Highly Capable kids
    Tue, January 14 , 10:00am - 11:30am
    Bronzeville Parent University-555 E 51st St., Chicago, IL 60615
    Families and communities thrive best when parents are fully engaged with their children. Raising Highly Capable Kids is a 13-week parenting curriculum that will help parents engage at a deeper level with their students. It focuses on deepening local community and church efforts through an integrated model of virtual and local support in two critical areas:

    1) Equipping Parents: The Raising Highly Capable Kids curriculum is dedicated to equipping parents and families to support children based on relevant research and sound practices.
    2) Schools, Churches, and Communities: Society thrives when schools, community service groups and churches support healthy family development together. The curriculum focuses on bringing together community leaders and family champions to direct resources and energy into strengthening families.
    For more information on this workshop please contact Queli Tellez-rtellez7@cps.edu
  • 2:00p Folkloric Classes (Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.)
    Folkloric Classes
    Tue, January 14 , 2:00pm - 3:00pm
    Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.
    A heart warming atmosphere where you can learn to dance a traditional dance to help keep it alive but have fun while doing it. for more information please contact diane Gracia at: dggracia@cps.edu 773-534-9493
  • 5:30p Austin CAC (Michele Clark high School-5101 W. Harrison)
    Austin CAC
    Tue, January 14 , 5:30pm - 7:30pm
    Michele Clark high School-5101 W. Harrison
    community Stakeholders gather monthly to discuss local education issues, schools, and the supports and resources the CAC can provide. for more information on this CAC meeting please contact Adrienne Garner 773-490-9326
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  • 8:15a ESL Classes (Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.)
    ESL Classes
    Wed, January 15 , 8:15am - 10:15am
    Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.
    come and learn the basics of English. For more information contact Diane Gracia at dggracia@cps.edu
  • 9:00a Self-Care (Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.)
    Self-Care
    Wed, January 15 , 9:00am - 11:00am
    Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.
    We can't control the world, but we can control how we take care of ourselves. in this workshop, you will learn different ways we can practice self-care.For details of classes contact Diane Gracia at dggracia@cps.edu 773-534-9493
  • 10:00a Asthma Workshop (Bronzeville Parent University-555 E 51st St., Chicago, IL 60615)
    Asthma Workshop
    Wed, January 15 , 10:00am - 11:00am
    Bronzeville Parent University-555 E 51st St., Chicago, IL 60615
    This workshop will allow parents to engage with an asthma specialist and learn about: 1. What is Asthma? 2. What and How to Spot Asthma Symptoms 3. What Are Asthma Triggers, 4. What it Means to Stay Active with Asthma 5. How to Create and Implement an Asthma Action Plan. for more information please contact Queli Tellez-rtellez7@cps.edu (773)383-5469
  • 10:00a Benito Juarez ODLSS Training- Sources Used to Measure Student Progress (Benito Juarez High School-1450 W Cermak Rd, Chicago, IL 60608)
    Benito Juarez ODLSS Training- Sources Used to Measure Student Progress
    Wed, January 15 , 10:00am - 11:30am
    Benito Juarez High School-1450 W Cermak Rd, Chicago, IL 60608
    Course Title: Sources Used to Measure Student Progress

    Course Description: In this course, you will learn about different types of data used to measure
    student progress and the difference between quantitative and qualitative data.

    Please contact odlssparentsupport@cps.edu for more information.
  • 10:00a Illinois Nutrition Education Programs in Action
    Illinois Nutrition Education Programs in Action
    Wed, January 15 , 10:00am - 11:00am
    Encourage and assist Parents in selecting healthier food choices for their families and hands-on cooking in class. For more information on this workshop please contact Mirlene Dossous at mdossous@cps.edu
  • 10:00a Mental Health First Aid (Back of the Yards - Parent University at Richards 1435 W. 50th. St. Chicago IL. 60609)
    Mental Health First Aid
    Wed, January 15 , 10:00am - 1:30pm
    Back of the Yards - Parent University at Richards 1435 W. 50th. St. Chicago IL. 60609
    Mental Health First Aid is a Free 8-hour course that teaches how to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. The training helps identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental illness and substance use disorders. To RSVP call Janet de La Luz at 773-535-6813
  • 10:00a PAC/PLN Network 9 Meeting (Dyett Parent University- 555 E 51st St, Chicago, IL 60615)
    PAC/PLN Network 9 Meeting
    Wed, January 15 , 10:00am - 12:00pm
    Dyett Parent University- 555 E 51st St, Chicago, IL 60615
    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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
  • 10:00a Parent Help- Math and reading Workshop (Sullivan Parent University- 6631 N Bosworth Ave, Chicago, IL 60626)
    Parent Help- Math and reading Workshop
    Wed, January 15 , 10:00am - 12:00pm
    Sullivan Parent University- 6631 N Bosworth Ave, Chicago, IL 60626
    This workshop assists parents with basic computer skills and some reading/math skills. When helping a parent they are better equipped to help their children. For more information on this workshop please contact Cindra Hart at clhartolusuyi@cps.edu.
  • 10:30a Financial Education (Albany Park - Parent University at Cleveland-3121 W. Byron St.)
    Financial Education
    Wed, January 15 , 10:30am - 12:00pm
    Albany Park - Parent University at Cleveland-3121 W. Byron St.
    learn about credit, budgeting and other financial situations at this workshop- please contact Adriana Cervera amcervera1@cps.edu for more information.
  • 11:30a Side by side Cooking (Sullivan Parent University- 6631 N Bosworth Ave, Chicago, IL 60626)
    Side by side Cooking
    Wed, January 15 , 11:30am - 1:30pm
    Sullivan Parent University- 6631 N Bosworth Ave, Chicago, IL 60626
    Sullivan Parent University is teaming up with the University Of Illinois Extension to provide training and cooking in the kitchen.
    Classes are "side-by-side" with Sullivan Diverse Learner students and parents from the Sullivan community, and meals are shared each week. For more information on this workshop please contact Cindra Hart at clhartolusuyi@cps.edu
  • 2:00p Technology Classes (Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.)
    Technology Classes
    Wed, January 15 , 2:00pm - 3:00pm
    Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.
    Frida K and Pilsen Parent university will be hosting technology classes.For more information on this event please contact Diane Gracia: dggracia@cps.edu 773-534-9493
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  • 10:00a After School programs (Albany Park - Parent University at Cleveland-3121 W. Byron St.)
    After School programs
    Thu, January 16 , 10:00am - 11:30am
    Albany Park - Parent University at Cleveland-3121 W. Byron St.
    Act Now Illinois will bring information about its after school programs and resources. for more information contact Adriana Cervera amcervera1@cps.edu
  • 10:00a PAC/PLN Network 13 Meeting (Corliss Parent University- 821 E 103rd St, Chicago, IL 60628)
    PAC/PLN Network 13 Meeting
    Thu, January 16 , 10:00am - 12:00pm
    Corliss Parent University- 821 E 103rd St, Chicago, IL 60628
    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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
  • 2:00p Folkloric Classes (Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.)
    Folkloric Classes
    Thu, January 16 , 2:00pm - 3:00pm
    Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.
    A heart warming atmosphere where you can learn to dance a traditional dance to help keep it alive but have fun while doing it. for more information please contact diane Gracia at: dggracia@cps.edu 773-534-9493
  • 3:15p Pretty Brown Girls (Sullivan Parent University- 6631 N Bosworth Ave, Chicago, IL 60626)
    Pretty Brown Girls
    Thu, January 16 , 3:15pm - 5:15pm
    Sullivan Parent University- 6631 N Bosworth Ave, Chicago, IL 60626
    This is a workshop where we encourage girls to dream big and to love their skin. By celebrating the skin they are in they can accomplish so many things for more information on this workshop please contact Cindra Hart at clhartolusuyi@cps.edu
  • 6:00p Bogan ODLSS Training- Sources Used to Measure Student Progress (Bogan High School- 3939 W 79th St, Chicago, IL 60652)
    Bogan ODLSS Training- Sources Used to Measure Student Progress
    Thu, January 16 , 6:00pm - 7:30pm
    Bogan High School- 3939 W 79th St, Chicago, IL 60652
    Course Title: Sources Used to Measure Student Progress

    Course Description: In this course, you will learn about different types of data used to measure
    student progress and the difference between quantitative and qualitative data.

    Please contact odlssparentsupport@cps.edu for more information.
  • 6:00p Englewood CAC (7th District Police Station-1438 W. 63rd)
    Englewood CAC
    Thu, January 16 , 6:00pm - 8:00pm
    7th District Police Station-1438 W. 63rd
    community Stakeholders gather monthly to discuss local education issues, schools, and the supports and resources the CAC can provide. for more information on this CAC meeting please contact Adrienne Garner 773-490-9326
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  • 9:00a PAC/PLN Network 7,8,10 Meeting (Richards Parent University- 1435 W. 50 st)
    PAC/PLN Network 7,8,10 Meeting
    Fri, January 17 , 9:00am - 11:30am
    Richards Parent University- 1435 W. 50 st
    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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
  • 10:00a Bouchet ODLSS Training- Sources Used to Measure Student Progress (Bouchet Elementary School- 7355 S Jeffery Ave, Chicago, IL 60649)
    Bouchet ODLSS Training- Sources Used to Measure Student Progress
    Fri, January 17 , 10:00am - 11:30am
    Bouchet Elementary School- 7355 S Jeffery Ave, Chicago, IL 60649
    Course Title: Sources Used to Measure Student Progress

    Course Description: In this course, you will learn about different types of data used to measure
    student progress and the difference between quantitative and qualitative data.

    Please contact odlssparentsupport@cps.edu for more information.
  • 11:00a Country Financial(credit) (Sullivan Parent University-6631 N Bosworth Ave, Chicago, IL 60626)
    Country Financial(credit)
    Fri, January 17 , 11:00am - 1:00pm
    Sullivan Parent University-6631 N Bosworth Ave, Chicago, IL 60626
    Come learn about how to build credit and the usage of credit cards. For more information on this workshop please contact Cindra Hart at clhartolusuyi@cps.edu
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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, January 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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
  • 10:00a Free fruits & Vegetables (Sullivan Parent University- 6631 N Bosworth Ave, Chicago, IL 60626)
    Free fruits & Vegetables
    Tue, January 21 , 10:00am - 2:30pm
    Sullivan Parent University- 6631 N Bosworth Ave, Chicago, IL 60626
    Sullivan Parent University will hand out fruits and vegetables as a way of community outreach. So come introduce yourself. For more information please contact Cindra Hart at clhartolusuyi@cps.edu.
  • 10:00a Health Moves Cohort (Back of the Yards - Parent University at Richards- 1435 W. 50th St)
    Health Moves Cohort
    Tue, January 21 , 10:00am - 12:00pm
    Back of the Yards - Parent University at Richards- 1435 W. 50th St
    Health Moves creates opportunities for you and your family to live, healthier and happier. Health Moves host comprehensive health workshops and training with employment opportunities. to rsvp for this workshop please contact Janet de la Luz at 773-535-6813
  • 10:00a Mental Health First Aid (Back of the Yards - Parent University at Richards 1435 W. 50th. St. Chicago IL. 60609)
    Mental Health First Aid
    Tue, January 21 , 10:00am - 1:30pm
    Back of the Yards - Parent University at Richards 1435 W. 50th. St. Chicago IL. 60609
    Mental Health First Aid is a Free 8-hour course that teaches how to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. The training helps identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental illness and substance use disorders. To RSVP call Janet de La Luz at 773-535-6813
  • 10:00a Parent Help- Math and reading Workshop (Sullivan Parent University- 6631 N Bosworth Ave, Chicago, IL 60626)
    Parent Help- Math and reading Workshop
    Tue, January 21 , 10:00am - 12:00pm
    Sullivan Parent University- 6631 N Bosworth Ave, Chicago, IL 60626
    This workshop assists parents with basic computer skills and some reading/math skills. When helping a parent they are better equipped to help their children. For more information on this workshop please contact Cindra Hart at clhartolusuyi@cps.edu.
  • 10:00a Raising Highly Capable kids (Bronzeville Parent University-555 E 51st St., Chicago, IL 60615)
    Raising Highly Capable kids
    Tue, January 21 , 10:00am - 11:30am
    Bronzeville Parent University-555 E 51st St., Chicago, IL 60615
    Families and communities thrive best when parents are fully engaged with their children. Raising Highly Capable Kids is a 13-week parenting curriculum that will help parents engage at a deeper level with their students. It focuses on deepening local community and church efforts through an integrated model of virtual and local support in two critical areas:

    1) Equipping Parents: The Raising Highly Capable Kids curriculum is dedicated to equipping parents and families to support children based on relevant research and sound practices.
    2) Schools, Churches, and Communities: Society thrives when schools, community service groups and churches support healthy family development together. The curriculum focuses on bringing together community leaders and family champions to direct resources and energy into strengthening families.
    For more information on this workshop please contact Queli Tellez-rtellez7@cps.edu
  • 2:00p Folkloric Classes (Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.)
    Folkloric Classes
    Tue, January 21 , 2:00pm - 3:00pm
    Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.
    A heart warming atmosphere where you can learn to dance a traditional dance to help keep it alive but have fun while doing it. for more information please contact diane Gracia at: dggracia@cps.edu 773-534-9493
  • 6:00p Dr. Joy DeGruy's Race Relations Workshop (Bronzeville Parent University-555 E 51st St., Chicago, IL 60615)
    Dr. Joy DeGruy's Race Relations Workshop
    Tue, January 21 , 6:00pm - 8:00pm
    Bronzeville Parent University-555 E 51st St., Chicago, IL 60615
    This workshop is an extension of the “Be the Healing” Conference on December 9th and 10th. Parents are invited to join a monthly conversation to plan, reflect, and act on addressing race and equity with parent leaders across the district to create healthy school and neighborhood communities. Parents will: 1. Meet other parent leaders and 2. Be provided the tools & resources to improve relationships & transform communities. For more information on this workshop please contact Queli Tellez-rtellez7@cps.edu (773)383-5469
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  • 9:00a Power Of Intentional mindfulness and mental discipline (Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.)
    Power Of Intentional mindfulness and mental discipline
    Wed, January 22 , 9:00am - 11:00am
    Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.
    There are moments in life when we need to quiet the noise and listen to the inner voice of truth and peace, which comes from seeking retreat in solitude. For more information please contact ccarreto@cps.edu.
  • 10:00a Illinois Nutrition Education Programs in Action
    Illinois Nutrition Education Programs in Action
    Wed, January 22 , 10:00am - 11:00am
    Encourage and assist Parents in selecting healthier food choices for their families and hands-on cooking in class. For more information on this workshop please contact Mirlene Dossous at mdossous@cps.edu
  • 10:00a Michele Clark ODLSS Training- Sources Used to Measure Student Progress (Michele Clark High School- 5101 W Harrison St, Chicago, IL 60644)
    Michele Clark ODLSS Training- Sources Used to Measure Student Progress
    Wed, January 22 , 10:00am - 11:30am
    Michele Clark High School- 5101 W Harrison St, Chicago, IL 60644
    Course Title: Sources Used to Measure Student Progress

    Course Description: In this course, you will learn about different types of data used to measure
    student progress and the difference between quantitative and qualitative data.

    Please contact odlssparentsupport@cps.edu for more information.
  • 10:00a Parent Help- Math and reading Workshop (Sullivan Parent University- 6631 N Bosworth Ave, Chicago, IL 60626)
    Parent Help- Math and reading Workshop
    Wed, January 22 , 10:00am - 12:00pm
    Sullivan Parent University- 6631 N Bosworth Ave, Chicago, IL 60626
    This workshop assists parents with basic computer skills and some reading/math skills. When helping a parent they are better equipped to help their children. For more information on this workshop please contact Cindra Hart at clhartolusuyi@cps.edu.
  • 11:30a Side by side Cooking (Sullivan Parent University- 6631 N Bosworth Ave, Chicago, IL 60626)
    Side by side Cooking
    Wed, January 22 , 11:30am - 1:30pm
    Sullivan Parent University- 6631 N Bosworth Ave, Chicago, IL 60626
    Sullivan Parent University is teaming up with the University Of Illinois Extension to provide training and cooking in the kitchen.
    Classes are "side-by-side" with Sullivan Diverse Learner students and parents from the Sullivan community, and meals are shared each week. For more information on this workshop please contact Cindra Hart at clhartolusuyi@cps.edu
  • 2:00p Technology Classes (Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.)
    Technology Classes
    Wed, January 22 , 2:00pm - 3:00pm
    Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.
    Frida K and Pilsen Parent university will be hosting technology classes.For more information on this event please contact Diane Gracia: dggracia@cps.edu 773-534-9493
  • 5:00p North Lawndale CAC (10th District Police Station-3315 W. Ogden, Chicago)
    North Lawndale CAC
    Wed, January 22 , 5:00pm - 7:00pm
    10th District Police Station-3315 W. Ogden, Chicago
    community Stakeholders gather monthly to discuss local education issues, schools, and the supports and resources the CAC can provide. for more information on this CAC meeting please contact Adrienne Garner 773-490-9326
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  • 9:30a PAC/PLN Network 1 Meeting (Cleveland High School- 3121 W Byron St, Chicago, IL 60618)
    PAC/PLN Network 1 Meeting
    Thu, January 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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
  • 2:00p Folkloric Classes (Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.)
    Folkloric Classes
    Thu, January 23 , 2:00pm - 3:00pm
    Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.
    A heart warming atmosphere where you can learn to dance a traditional dance to help keep it alive but have fun while doing it. for more information please contact diane Gracia at: dggracia@cps.edu 773-534-9493
  • 3:15p Pretty Brown Girls (Sullivan Parent University- 6631 N Bosworth Ave, Chicago, IL 60626)
    Pretty Brown Girls
    Thu, January 23 , 3:15pm - 5:15pm
    Sullivan Parent University- 6631 N Bosworth Ave, Chicago, IL 60626
    This is a workshop where we encourage girls to dream big and to love their skin. By celebrating the skin they are in they can accomplish so many things for more information on this workshop please contact Cindra Hart at clhartolusuyi@cps.edu
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  • 9:00a Home Care Aide Training Day (Roberto Clemente Community Academy - 1147 N Western Ave, Chicago, IL 60622)
    Home Care Aide Training Day
    Tue, January 28 , 9:00am - 6:00pm
    Roberto Clemente Community Academy - 1147 N Western Ave, Chicago, IL 60622
    Training to become a Home Care Aide. For more information Ms.Brenda Rivera at brivera47@cps.edu or call 773-534-4041.
  • 10:00a Health Moves Cohort (Back of the Yards - Parent University at Richards- 1435 W. 50th St)
    Health Moves Cohort
    Tue, January 28 , 10:00am - 12:00pm
    Back of the Yards - Parent University at Richards- 1435 W. 50th St
    Health Moves creates opportunities for you and your family to live, healthier and happier. Health Moves host comprehensive health workshops and training with employment opportunities. to rsvp for this workshop please contact Janet de la Luz at 773-535-6813
  • 10:00a PAC/PLN Network 6 Meeting (Smyth High School-1059 W 13th St, Chicago, IL 60608)
    PAC/PLN Network 6 Meeting
    Tue, January 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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​.
  • 10:00a Parent Help- Math and reading Workshop (Sullivan Parent University- 6631 N Bosworth Ave, Chicago, IL 60626)
    Parent Help- Math and reading Workshop
    Tue, January 28 , 10:00am - 12:00pm
    Sullivan Parent University- 6631 N Bosworth Ave, Chicago, IL 60626
    This workshop assists parents with basic computer skills and some reading/math skills. When helping a parent they are better equipped to help their children. For more information on this workshop please contact Cindra Hart at clhartolusuyi@cps.edu.
  • 10:00a Raising Highly Capable kids (Bronzeville Parent University-555 E 51st St., Chicago, IL 60615)
    Raising Highly Capable kids
    Tue, January 28 , 10:00am - 11:30am
    Bronzeville Parent University-555 E 51st St., Chicago, IL 60615
    Families and communities thrive best when parents are fully engaged with their children. Raising Highly Capable Kids is a 13-week parenting curriculum that will help parents engage at a deeper level with their students. It focuses on deepening local community and church efforts through an integrated model of virtual and local support in two critical areas:

    1) Equipping Parents: The Raising Highly Capable Kids curriculum is dedicated to equipping parents and families to support children based on relevant research and sound practices.
    2) Schools, Churches, and Communities: Society thrives when schools, community service groups and churches support healthy family development together. The curriculum focuses on bringing together community leaders and family champions to direct resources and energy into strengthening families.
    For more information on this workshop please contact Queli Tellez-rtellez7@cps.edu
  • 2:00p Folkloric Classes (Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.)
    Folkloric Classes
    Tue, January 28 , 2:00pm - 3:00pm
    Pilsen Parent University at Perez Elementary 2001 S. Throop St.
    A heart warming atmosphere where you can learn to dance a traditional dance to help keep it alive but have fun while doing it. for more information please contact diane Gracia at: dggracia@cps.edu 773-534-9493
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