Louise Arbour Secondary School will host a series of four presentations for parents within its family of schools over the next few months. Parents from Carberry, Hewson, Larkspur and Stanley Mills public schools, as well as Sunny View Middle School and Louise Arbour Secondary School are invited to attend. The free workshops will feature keynote speakers from the community and will focus on boosting student success in the areas of culture, school climate, technology, and health and wellness.
“We continue to strive to enhance parent engagement and supports for our students through the building of lasting community partnerships,” says Paul Fiorini, principal at Stanley Mills and one of the series’ co-ordinators. “This speaker series is designed to support our learning community and ultimately further student success.”
The speaker series is the result of school council support and funding through Climate for Learning and Working and a Parents Reaching Out Grant, offered through the Ministry of Education. The first presentation will be held on March 27 and features Baldev Mutta, chief executive officer of Punjabi Health Community Services. For more information, view the speaker series flyer.
Workshops will be held on March 27, April 17 and 30, and May 30 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at Louise Arbour Secondary School. Louise Arbour is located at 365 Father Tobin Rd. in Brampton.
Media contact: Paul Fiorini, Principal, Stanley Mills Public School, 905-789-0925
Reference: Kayla Tishcoff, Communications Assistant, 905-890-1010 ext. 2239, [email protected]