We are still in need of one more family to host an information session for incoming freshman parents. We like to hold these sessions in the homes of incoming freshman families so parents have a chance to get together in a relaxed, informal atmosphere. Principal Joel Stembridge will give an overview of the freshman year experience and answer questions from parents. The sessions begin at 7:00 PM and are finished by 9:00 PM. We already have three sessions scheduled in the last two weeks of August, so it would be great to have one earlier session for families who plan to be away later in the month. Monday or Tuesday, August 14th or 15th, are available dates. The average size of the sessions is about 40 people and the hosts provide some very light refreshments. The PTSO can provide folding chairs for extra seating. If would consider hosting an information session, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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