Susie Sexton, Family & Civic Engagement Coordinator
OPEN HOUSE AND COMMUNITY RESOURCES FAIR - Thursday September 4 3:30-6:30 P.M.
Plan to attend! Tour the school, meet with your students' teachers and visit the class rooms. This is an opportunity to meet some of your students' friends and families and become familiar with the TC building and staff. We want you to feel welcome and comfortable in your childs' school. We want you to come to our school funtions and events and participate when you can! There will be several community agencies and businesses with displays in the gym, a bake sale and other fund raisers and refreshments will be served. Hope to see you there!
We want your input! Parent Interest Surveys are one way that we get your feedback about what training topics you are interested in, what the best times are for you to attend events, and what you would be willing to volunteer to share with our school. These surveys will be sent home with your student the first week of school. They will also be available at the Open House on 9/4/14. Complete one, send it back and you will be entered into a drawing to win a $50.00 Kroger gift card.
There are many ways to volunteer at the Tomorrow Center. Would you like to help with school events? Donate needed items for the classrooms? How about offer your expertise to enhance learning? Call Susie Sexton, Family & Civic Engagement Coordinator for more information, at (419) 946-1900, ext. 4005.
We offer opportunities for parents to get involved at the Tomorrow Center every month. Parent Club meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month. A meal is served, with an interesting topic presented.
Second Cup of Coffee is a monthly forum for parents and caregivers to meet with Principal Karen Seckel to discuss ideas, concerns and suggestions. It is held in the school library the second Wednesday of each month at 8:30 am during the school year. Refreshments are served.
Many young people spend free time on the internet. Below is a link to help parents understand some of the newest sites that kids are going to to post pictures and comments. Please check this out, and be informed about the importance of monitoring what your teen is looking at and posting on the internet. http://fargopublicschools.areavoices.com/2014/05/10/safe-schools-4-teen-social-apps-to-monitor/