Monday, September 15, 2014

Education Update: Two Meetings Not to Miss

The Education committee of the Longview NAACP has planned two great events this month:


September 18th Unit Meeting
Jacqueline Burnett, LISD will give a 30 minute presentation on the Montessori program. Kay Ray, LISD will give a 20 minute presentation regarding the LHS College and Career Center.

September 20th Workshop
Longview NAACP will hold a free 1 hour “Be the U in Education” Workshop on Saturday, September 20, 2014 at 6pm at the Broughton Recreation Center, 801 Martin Luther King Blvd. This workshop will provide parents with tips and suggestions to assist them with their children’s education. Participants will choose from a variety of sessions to attend. Due to limited seating, advanced registration is requested. For more information and/or to register for the workshop, call the Unit at 430-558-0588.

The workshop will begin with an overview entitled “It Starts with U – Parents, School, Community”. 

Participants will then choose 2 of 3 sessions to attend. The sessions are: 
  • “Help from Home = Success in School" (elementary grades), 
  • “Help from Home = Success in School“ (secondary grades), and 
  • ”Be and Advocate for your Child = Success in School” (student expectations). 
Each session will be led by educators from all aspects of academia. Due to limited seating, advanced registration is requested. For more information and/or to register for the workshop, call the Unit at 430‐558‐0588. 

To register on line, click HERE - on the workshop link under the events tab on the Longview NAACP Facebook page.

For more than one hundred years the NAACP has been the leading advocate for social justice and equality for people of color, and we can proudly boast such because of our members. Since 1909, the NAACP has been supported by countless members that have led the fight for freedom, justice and equality. Members forge a better future each and every day for men, women and children. NAACP membership makes a positive difference in the lives of Americans, and provides an opportunity to become an important part of a network of hundreds of thousands of advocates across the country affectionately known as “members."

The Longview NAACP meets the third Thursday of each month at The Downtown Meeting Place at 6:30pm. The meetings are open to the public.

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