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Date

October 14, 2017

Location

Hedenkamp Elementary School

Available

650 Tickets

Workshops

25 Workshops

ABOUT EVENT/ come and learn

Join us to learn about tools, strategies, and resources to support your child’s success in school. Sessions will include Math, Writing, Reading, ELD, Parent Training, VAPA and so much more. 

ACADEMY SCHEDULE:
7:30-8:00 Check-in and Breakfast
7:50-8:00 Student Choir
8:00-8:10 Welcome by Dr. Escobedo
8:15-9:15 Workshop Session #1
9:15-9:35 BREAK – Visit Agencies
9:35-10:35 Workshop Session #2
10:45-11:45 Workshop Session #3
11:45-12:00 Opportunity Drawing Recipients and Visit Agencies

Let’s Play in Spanish!

Learning Spanish is fun. Parents will create simple low-cost activities for Spanish literacy learning. This delightful session, presented in English, is designed for parents of Kinder and 1st Graders who

The Teaching of Reading

During this workshop, participants will learn about the structure of the English language and the developmental stages of reading. Participants will gain an understanding about what Lexile means and

Reading Through the Arts

Learn how to read like an illustrator! During this workshop, parents will discover and develop strategies to build reading comprehension through visual thinking. Participants will take home stimulating strategies

How to Help Your Child at Home

This interactive workshop will include ideas on how to help your child at home with the District’s new language arts curriculum, Benchmark Advance and Adelante. Find out what resources

How to Help Your Child at Home

This interactive workshop will include ideas on how to help your child at home with the District’s new language arts curriculum, Benchmark Advance and Adelante. Find out what resources

Being Multicultural in an Amazingly Diverse World

In a global world, students need to have an enhanced cultural awareness to be able to function with diversity all around. Being literate in more than one language not

How to Help Your Child at Home

This interactive workshop will include ideas on how to help your child at home with the District’s new language arts curriculum, Benchmark Advance and Adelante. Find out what resources

Fractions Made Easy

Parents will engage in a fun, stimulating and interactive workshop as they learn how the foundations of fractions are laid in kindergarten as part-whole relationships, and lead to ratios

Doing Mathematics the Common Core Way!

In accordance with the new mathematical expectations, our instructional practices include higher level thinking skills, adaptive reasoning, strategic competence, conceptual understanding, problem solving, procedural fluency and productive disposition. This

Teaching Your Kids Engineering at Home

Did you know the jobs of the future are in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) fields? During this workshop, you will learn how to use everyday objects that are

Let’s Play in Spanish!

Learning Spanish is fun. Parents will create simple low-cost activities for Spanish literacy learning. This delightful session, presented in English, is designed for parents of Kinder and 1st Graders who

Juegos para fomentar español en el hogar

Esta presentación, ofrecida en español, es para padres de niños de grados primero hasta tercero que desean apoyar, mantener y extender el idioma natal de sus hijos, o sea

Being Multicultural in an Amazingly Diverse World

In a global world, students need to have an enhanced cultural awareness to be able to function with diversity all around. Being literate in more than one language not

Why Dual Language Immersion?

Have you considered Dual Language Immersion for your child? Imagine the possibilities! The proven benefits for children in Dual Language Immersion programs are many. During this workshop, you will

How to Help Your Child at Home

This interactive workshop will include ideas on how to help your child at home with the District’s new language arts curriculum, Benchmark Advance and Adelante. Find out what resources

Parent Volunteer + Time = Student Success

Many years of research have shown that parental involvement is essential for student success. Parents who are involved in school notice a difference in their child’s academic achievement, behavior,

Parents, Here’s the Good News!

As parents, you are POWERFUL role models in your child's life. You set the tone. Every parent deals with BEHAVIOR challenges that arise. The GOOD NEWS is that we

Parents, Get Involved!

At the end of the day, parental support matters more than anything children experience outside of the home, including cyberspace and the influence of technological advances. The unique bond

Get Ready! Set! Go to College!

AVID, which stands for Advancement Via Individual Determination, is a college readiness program designed to help students develop the skills they need to be successful in college. The program

Are You Financially Fit?

This highly informative session will engage participants in building their knowledge around various financial opportunities available, such as, the importance of saving money, understanding the advantages of opening a

How the District is Building Relationships

How we treat one another is more important than ever. As a District, we are focusing our efforts to strengthen our relationships with our parents, and building successful relationships

12 Things You Should Know To Be An Effective Parent

In this workshop, we will share research and practical experiences regarding expectations, relationships, positive discipline and child development. You will leave the workshop understanding why establishing rules and expectations

The Obesity Epidemic – Finding a Way Out

About 1/3 of children in San Diego County are overweight and obese. Reducing sugary drinks and eating nutritious food can make a big difference in helping children to stay

Parents, Here’s the Good News!

As parents, you are POWERFUL role models in your child's life. You set the tone. Every parent deals with BEHAVIOR challenges that arise. The GOOD NEWS is that we

Fueling Athletes to the Finish Line

During this workshop, participants will learn about the importance of eating healthy foods when children play sports, and why healthy eating is vital for everyday life. Come hear from

STEAM in the Community and at Home 

This fun session will introduce parents to STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) activities that take place at the Chula Vista Public Library as well as around the

How to Help Your Child at Home

This interactive workshop will include ideas on how to help your child at home with the District’s new language arts curriculum, Benchmark Advance and Adelante. Find out what resources

Teaching Your Kids Engineering at Home

Did you know the jobs of the future are in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) fields? During this workshop, you will learn how to use everyday objects that are

Creativity! A New College-Readiness Skill!

Parents will learn how creativity can spark different parts of the brain that will increase student creativity through hands-on projects. Come join us learn how being creative can also be

STEAM in the Community and at Home 

This fun session will introduce parents to STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) activities that take place at the Chula Vista Public Library as well as around the

Our Future ~ Science! 

During this exciting workshop, parents and families will recognize the importance of elementary school science, the Next Generation Science Standards, and how science is an important connection to college

Being Multicultural in an Amazingly Diverse World

In a global world, students need to have an enhanced cultural awareness to be able to function with diversity all around. Being literate in more than one language not

Parents and Your Child’s IEP

As valued members of the IEP team, the essential role of parents is of significant importance during their child’s IEP. Parents partner with the educational team through meaningful conversations

Parent Volunteer + Time = Student Success

Many years of research have shown that parental involvement is essential for student success. Parents who are involved in school notice a difference in their child’s academic achievement, behavior,

Information Session on HRC’s Welcoming Schools 

Welcoming Schools is one of the few resources for elementary schools that provides professional development and resources to embrace family diversity, prevent bias-based bullying and gender stereotyping, as well

Understanding Anxiety

Test Anxiety, Homework Anxiety, Social Anxiety!!! Has your child ever felt anxious about taking a test, making a mistake, or engaging in social interaction? Anxiety is a helpful emotion

How People Learn 

This workshop will engage participants in the process of “How People Learn”.   SPANISH INTERPRETATION (Session 2)

The Obesity Epidemic – Finding a Way Out

About 1/3 of children in San Diego County are overweight and obese. Reducing sugary drinks and eating nutritious food can make a big difference in helping children to stay

Super Heroes to the Rescue!

Our children’s safety is very important. Preparing for an emergency is a matter we take seriously at the Chula Vista Elementary School District. This workshop will touch on ways

Parents, Get Involved!

At the end of the day, parental support matters more than anything children experience outside of the home, including cyberspace and the influence of technological advances. The unique bond

Get Ready! Set! Go to College!

AVID, which stands for Advancement Via Individual Determination, is a college readiness program designed to help students develop the skills they need to be successful in college. The program

Are You Financially Fit?

This highly informative session will engage participants in building their knowledge around various financial opportunities available, such as, the importance of saving money, understanding the advantages of opening a

How the District is Building Relationships

How we treat one another is more important than ever. As a District, we are focusing our efforts to strengthen our relationships with our parents, and building successful relationships

Parents and Your Child’s IEP

As valued members of the IEP team, the essential role of parents is of significant importance during their child’s IEP. Parents partner with the educational team through meaningful conversations

How People Learn 

This workshop will engage participants in the process of “How People Learn”.   SPANISH INTERPRETATION (Session 2)

The Obesity Epidemic – Finding a Way Out

About 1/3 of children in San Diego County are overweight and obese. Reducing sugary drinks and eating nutritious food can make a big difference in helping children to stay

Super Heroes to the Rescue!

Our children’s safety is very important. Preparing for an emergency is a matter we take seriously at the Chula Vista Elementary School District. This workshop will touch on ways

Doing Mathematics the Common Core Way!

In accordance with the new mathematical expectations, our instructional practices include higher level thinking skills, adaptive reasoning, strategic competence, conceptual understanding, problem solving, procedural fluency and productive disposition. This

How the District is Building Relationships

How we treat one another is more important than ever. As a District, we are focusing our efforts to strengthen our relationships with our parents, and building successful relationships

Supporting Your Child Emotionally

Does your child get angry and have difficulty calming down? Is your child overly anxious or nervous no matter how many times you tell them it will be okay?

Teaching Your Kids Engineering at Home

Did you know the jobs of the future are in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) fields? During this workshop, you will learn how to use everyday objects that are

Let’s Play in Spanish!

Learning Spanish is fun. Parents will create simple low-cost activities for Spanish literacy learning. This delightful session, presented in English, is designed for parents of Kinder and 1st Graders who

Juegos para fomentar español en el hogar

Esta presentación, ofrecida en español, es para padres de niños de grados primero hasta tercero que desean apoyar, mantener y extender el idioma natal de sus hijos, o sea

Being Multicultural in an Amazingly Diverse World

In a global world, students need to have an enhanced cultural awareness to be able to function with diversity all around. Being literate in more than one language not

STEAM in the Community and at Home 

This fun session will introduce parents to STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) activities that take place at the Chula Vista Public Library as well as around the

Why Dual Language Immersion?

Have you considered Dual Language Immersion for your child? Imagine the possibilities! The proven benefits for children in Dual Language Immersion programs are many. During this workshop, you will

Parents and Your Child’s IEP

As valued members of the IEP team, the essential role of parents is of significant importance during their child’s IEP. Parents partner with the educational team through meaningful conversations

Fractions Made Easy

Parents will engage in a fun, stimulating and interactive workshop as they learn how the foundations of fractions are laid in kindergarten as part-whole relationships, and lead to ratios

The Teaching of Reading

During this workshop, participants will learn about the structure of the English language and the developmental stages of reading. Participants will gain an understanding about what Lexile means and

Parent Volunteer + Time = Student Success

Many years of research have shown that parental involvement is essential for student success. Parents who are involved in school notice a difference in their child’s academic achievement, behavior,

Our Future ~ Science! 

During this exciting workshop, parents and families will recognize the importance of elementary school science, the Next Generation Science Standards, and how science is an important connection to college

Information Session on HRC’s Welcoming Schools 

Welcoming Schools is one of the few resources for elementary schools that provides professional development and resources to embrace family diversity, prevent bias-based bullying and gender stereotyping, as well

Understanding Anxiety

Test Anxiety, Homework Anxiety, Social Anxiety!!! Has your child ever felt anxious about taking a test, making a mistake, or engaging in social interaction? Anxiety is a helpful emotion

How People Learn 

This workshop will engage participants in the process of “How People Learn”.   SPANISH INTERPRETATION (Session 2)

The Obesity Epidemic – Finding a Way Out

About 1/3 of children in San Diego County are overweight and obese. Reducing sugary drinks and eating nutritious food can make a big difference in helping children to stay

Parents, Here’s the Good News!

As parents, you are POWERFUL role models in your child's life. You set the tone. Every parent deals with BEHAVIOR challenges that arise. The GOOD NEWS is that we

Reading Through the Arts

Learn how to read like an illustrator! During this workshop, parents will discover and develop strategies to build reading comprehension through visual thinking. Participants will take home stimulating strategies

Super Heroes to the Rescue!

Our children’s safety is very important. Preparing for an emergency is a matter we take seriously at the Chula Vista Elementary School District. This workshop will touch on ways

How to Help Your Child at Home

This interactive workshop will include ideas on how to help your child at home with the District’s new language arts curriculum, Benchmark Advance and Adelante. Find out what resources

Doing Mathematics the Common Core Way!

In accordance with the new mathematical expectations, our instructional practices include higher level thinking skills, adaptive reasoning, strategic competence, conceptual understanding, problem solving, procedural fluency and productive disposition. This

Parents, Get Involved!

At the end of the day, parental support matters more than anything children experience outside of the home, including cyberspace and the influence of technological advances. The unique bond

12 Things You Should Know To Be An Effective Parent

In this workshop, we will share research and practical experiences regarding expectations, relationships, positive discipline and child development. You will leave the workshop understanding why establishing rules and expectations

Get Ready! Set! Go to College!

AVID, which stands for Advancement Via Individual Determination, is a college readiness program designed to help students develop the skills they need to be successful in college. The program

Are You Financially Fit?

This highly informative session will engage participants in building their knowledge around various financial opportunities available, such as, the importance of saving money, understanding the advantages of opening a

How the District is Building Relationships

How we treat one another is more important than ever. As a District, we are focusing our efforts to strengthen our relationships with our parents, and building successful relationships

Fueling Athletes to the Finish Line

During this workshop, participants will learn about the importance of eating healthy foods when children play sports, and why healthy eating is vital for everyday life. Come hear from

Supporting Your Child Emotionally

Does your child get angry and have difficulty calming down? Is your child overly anxious or nervous no matter how many times you tell them it will be okay?

Teaching Your Kids Engineering at Home

Did you know the jobs of the future are in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) fields? During this workshop, you will learn how to use everyday objects that are

Creativity! A New College-Readiness Skill!

Parents will learn how creativity can spark different parts of the brain that will increase student creativity through hands-on projects. Come join us learn how being creative can also be

Event FAQS find your answers

The Parent Academy is a learning experience for parents.  We encourage all attendees to make childcare arrangements.  Childcare will be limited to 100, on a first come first serve basis.  (TK-6 for CVESD students).
The Parent Academy is a FREE event. However, the number of attendees in limited to 500. We encourage you to register as soon as possible. Click Here to Register  

Event Location

Hedenkamp Elementary School
930 E Palomar St,
Chula Vista, CA 91913
(619) 425-9600 (ext. 1520)

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