Frostig School, a program for students with learning difficulties in the San Gabriel Valley, launches its 2011 Speakers Series on Tuesday, Feb. 8, at 7:00 p.m. The monthly series, which goes from February through May 2011, is specifically designed for parents who have concerns about their child’s future success.
The series kicks off with “Red Flags: Helping Parents Identify Indicators of Learning Disabilities,” led by Beverlee Paine and Andrea Lombardi, senior educational and community outreach consultants at Frostig.
Experienced professionals will share information about how parents can support their child’s growth both academically and socially, and, within a friendly environment, find answers to questions and concerns, such as:
•Is my child progressing in school as he/she should?
•What are signs that my child needs more support?
•What are the questions I should be asking at a Parent Conference?
•How can I support my child’s progress and success?
Future topics include:
March 8: “Tips for Parents: Helping Your Elementary-aged Child Make and Keep Friends”
April 12: “Building Blocks for Reading Success: What You Need to Know to Improve Your Child’s Reading”
May 10: “Success Attributes: Attributes that Lead to Success”
The Speakers Series will be held at Frostig School, 971 North Altadena Drive, Pasadenafrom 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. All sessions are free and open to the public. Contact Andrea Lombardi to reserve a seat at (626) 791-1255 or firstname.lastname@example.org