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Parents…Want to Send Your Child to College?

 

We have an exciting opportunity at South called Connecting Parents to Educational Opportunities (CPEO)!  CPEO is an orientation program in the MPS Office of Family and Community Engagement, which helps parents become equal partners in their student’s education. 

 

Learn Answers to Your Questions:

 

How can I help my child build strong self-esteem and confidence?

     How do I partner with the school to make sure my child succeeds?

  Why should I find out about state academic standards?

       How does my child’s reading level affect his or her college future?

   What can I do to help my child get caught up?

                How can my child prepare for college NOW?      

 

Plus: Graduates of CPEO will receive a certificate from Community Education and Early Childhood Family Education to take a free class.
Childrhood family Education to take a free class. Children of graduates may also be eligible for scholarships at the University of Minnesota
and MCTC.

 

This exciting opportunity is only available at select Minneapolis Public Schools and will begin at South September 2 – October 21, 2014.
The program consists of seven classes, once a week on Tuesdays, from 6-8:30pm.  There is no cost, dinner and childcare are included,
and the program will be offered in English and Spanish. 

 

Sign Up Now!

Fill out and return the attached flyer to the school. If you have any questions or need more information, please call Sharon White at 612-668-4300.
Thank you and we look forward to your involvement in CPEO!

 

Sincerely,

Ray Aponte

Principal