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Parent YOU - April 28, 2022

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Thank you for joining us this month for a series of sessions we are offering our parents! 

The sessions we are providing you this month are as follows.
Feel free to choose ONE to watch LIVE on the 28th. Sessions will be recorded.


REGISTRATION AND LIVE ZOOM LINK: 
For Sessions 1-4 please click BELOW (if you haven't registered in January):  
Meeting Registration Form 
Parent Survey


SESSION #1: COLLEGE AWARENESS - THE NEXT CHAPTER

In this session parents and scholars will be in the know of what the requirements are for graduation. Using the "Next Chapter" individualized workbook and parent guide manual, you will be able to help your scholar with the free application for federal student aid (FAFSA), helping them to decide what college they would want to attend, how much it will cost, and where to begin. Each parent will receive the two book series of “The Next Chapter”. (Virtual session)

SESSION #2: TECHNOLOGY 101
This is a five-series session that will take place both in person and virtually. Parents will learn everything needed to communicate with your scholar’s teacher, email, REMIND, Progress Book, Dojo, and any other way needed to support with academics. They will also learn how to search and communicate the local resources they may need for their everyday essential needs, for example completing job applications, applying for community resources, etc. April's session will focus on Google Docs Basics, Google Keep Basics, News & Media Literacy and Digital Media. 
(Virtual session)
Tech 101 Sessions Website (All sessions will be recorded and uploaded here) 

SESSION #3: SPECIAL NEEDS & BEHAVIORAL SUPPORTS
YCSD’s Student Services Department will provide 5 series providing information to parents on all the supports and resources offered to access their scholars with the academic success. April's session will focus on identification and placement of scholars to ensure fidelity in the district's new outlined expectations around assessments.   
(Virtual session)
Audio Recording
 

SESSION #4: TEN THINGS ADULTS CAN DO TO STOP VIOLENCE
Gun violence overtook car accidents as the leading cause of death among children and adolescents in the US in 2020, according to a report from the University of Michigan.

The finding was published in the New England Journal of Medicine on Wednesday as part of longer term research effort from the university’s Institute for Firearm Injury Prevention (IFIP).

An analysis of mortality data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) revealed a nearly 30% increase in gun-related deaths among Americans up to age 19 between 2019 and 2020, the researchers said. These deaths include incidents of suicide, accidental shootings and homicides, with homicides outpacing the other two categories.  
(Virtual session)






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