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February - Be Informed Workshops

February 12 - Broadway Valentine at Downriver Campus

February 16 - Using LRC Resources to Explore African-American History

February 17 -Wildcats Basketball: Cancer Awareness Games

February 23 - All About the Arts: Shakespeare in Detroit

February 25 - Preparing and Writing an A+ Research Paper

February 25 - Using the LRC Resources

February 27 - Performers Expo Showcases

February 27 - Performers Expo CALLING ALL ARTISTS

March 4 & 5 - Shakespeare in Detroit's "Julius Caesar"

March 7 - All About the Arts: LAC LA Belle

March 12 - The 14th Annual Passport to Africa

March 12 - Zuzu Acrobats to Headline Passport to Africa

March 16 - How to Maximize Google for Student Success

April 7 - Preparing and Writing an A+ Research Paper

April 9 - An Evening with Molly Ringwald

April 11 - All About the Arts: Before Motown

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Employee Jake Bonello Began Career Trend at WCCCD

2015-2016 Men's Wildcats Basketball Team Schedule

2015-2016 Women's Wildcats Basketball Team Schedule

 

The Certificate Program

The Certificate Program consists of nine (9) hours of classroom instruction and learning activities that will provide parents with the necessary tools to help their children succeed academically and throughout life.  

Parenting in Today’s Society
Effective parenting in today’s high-tech society will be discussed.  Parent will learn strategies to assist them in building a strong parent-child relationship.

Your Role as a Parent
This session will assist parents in understanding their role in providing a stable, loving and supportive environment.  Building a positive environment will encourage your child to be successful in the future.

How Can You Help Your Child Succeed in School
This session will use role play and discussion to assist parents in helping their children build effective study habits, improve test taking skills, and address appropriate school conduct.

Advocacy: Working with Your Child’s School
Parents will actively explore effective communication strategies for interacting with teachers and principals to promote their child’s academic success.

Advocacy: Working with Your Child’s School District
Parents will examine effective communication strategies for interacting with the school board and district officials to advocate for their child’s academic success.

Planning Your Child’s Future
Continuing your role as parent, you will discover it’s never too early to prepare for your child’s college future!  Parents will explore ways to contribute to the likelihood of your child earning a college degree.

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