College and Career Family Workshops

College and Career Family Workshops

Navigating high school and making sure that you have the right information in the time you need it can be very challenging. Here is the list of workshops for this semester that will help support parents and guardians in making the most informed decisions to help their students. All the workshops are free, food is provided and all members of the family are welcome. Workshops take place at 37 Pennington.

 

Paving the Road for Post High School

Junior Parents

January 31 5:30pm – 7:00pm

  • Junior parents are invited to learn about how to best support their students with the steps needed to move into their senior year successfully and out into the world with a goal and a plan. We will go over senior internships, post-high school options and how to best prepare for any path you choose. It doesn’t matter what path you take, just that you have a goal and a clear way to get there. This workshop will pave the way for you.

 

JTED Night

Sophomore and Junior Parents

February 7th 5:30pm – 7:00pm

  • Amanda Simeza from Pima County JTED. The ‘Joint Technical Education District’ offers a long list of Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs, many of which lead to licenses or certificates that can lead directly to employment. Come learn about the variety of programs available. Some examples: cosmetology, construction, and medical assistant, just to name a few. Don’t miss out!

 

It’s Never Too Early

Freshman Parents

March 7th 5:30pm – 7:00pm

  • It’s never too early to make sure students are on a clear path to the life they want after high school. Now is the time to make sure students are setting up a 4-year plan. Know what classes they need to keep their options open for after high school. Learn what programs are available at City High School and in the community to support and direct their interests, abilities, and goals.

 

Sophomore Year: The Middle Child of High School

Sophomore Parents

April 18th 5:30pm – 7:00pm

  • You are no longer the new freshman and not yet the upperclassman. Sometimes it can be hard to know what you should be doing to best prepare yourself for a solid path both in high school and beyond. Families will look at graduation plan and map out the decisions you need to make in order to ensure that you are on the right path toward what you want to do after high school.

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