ParentCampVA 2018: The Unconference to Build Family, School and Community Partnerships (September 22, 2018, Roanoke, VA) (Regions 5, 6 & 7)

Description:

All parents care about their child’s education… they’re just not always sure what role they play in ensuring a great educational experience. ParentCamp is a time for parents, teachers, administrators, and community stakeholders to come together on an even playing field and hold face-to-face conversations about what is best for kids. It’s called an unconference because the event relies upon the expertise and perspective of the entire room, not just the presenter like the typical stand and deliver conference. Every adult within the session brings an important and unique perspective to contribute to sharing strategies and ideas to benefit student learning, teaching and parenting. There are “discussion leaders” in each session who set the tone for collaborative dialogue led by teachers, parents, school and community leaders. Sessions are geared toward elementary, middle and/or high school parents. Like EdCamp, ParentCamp is always FREE and open to those within the nearby community. Lunch will be provided. (Parent Camp)

Funded by the Virginia Department of Education through the Family Engagement Network

Date(s):


9/22/2018 9:15 AM - 9/22/2018 2:00 PM

Location(s):

Northside Middle School
6810 Northside High School Road
Roanoke, Virginia 24019

Contact(s):

Gloria Dalton
804-371-7420
gloria.dalton@doe.virginia.gov
Tracy Lee
804-225-3492
tracy.lee@doe.virginia.gov

Tag(s):

Family Engagement Parent/Family Self-Determination Transition Virginia Tiered System of Supports (VTSS)