On Oct. 14, the Chula Vista Elementary School District held the Third Annual Parent Academy at Anne and William Hedenkamp Elementary.
This 4-hour free event offers parents the opportunity to learn about a variety of tools, strategies, and resources to help their child succeed in school. Sessions include math, reading and writing, English language development, technology, Health and Wellness, Anti-Bullying, GATE, the arts, and many more.
The Parent Academy encourages parents to play a more active role in their children’s education by preparing them to provide academic support and build strong relationships that promote positive outcomes for the whole family.
Parent have a significant impact in their children’s lives, which is why the district’s professional development program for parents focuses on establishing the fundamental skills and knowledge necessary to help their children succeed.
Parents are also encouraged to volunteer at school, participate in a parent club, or serve on any of the many district committees.
About the Chula Vista Elementary School District
The Chula Vista Elementary School District (CVESD) is the largest K-6th grade elementary school district in the state of California. It is located in the southern San Diego County and enrolls approximately 30,000 students within 46 schools. The district serves diverse communities and provides each student with an equal opportunity to excel within a rigorous learning environment that nurtures imagination, intellect, and a sense of inquiry.