Looking for resources to help you navigate through the world of parenting school-aged kids? Check out Engage Chesterfield, an exciting new series of programming designed to connect families to the many resources available through our school division and community.
The series kicks off with Ready to Learn: Transitioning Into the School Year. Partnering with the Chesterfield County Council of PTAs, this resource fair will highlight supports available for academic, social and emotional transitions that students encounter throughout their K-12 experience. The event will be held 6-8 p.m. Sept. 28 at Bird High, 10301 Courthouse Road.
Attendees are encouraged to attend up to three of the 20 different breakout sessions, including Managing Challenging Behaviors, Five Things to Know About IEPs, Handling Stress and Anxiety, Navigating Social Media with Your Middle Schooler and Opportunities Available to High School Students.
Developed through the Chesterfield County Public Schools Office of Family and Community Engagement (FACE), sessions are a collaboration between educational and community leaders sharing a mission for providing essential and beneficial resources for families.
Limited tickets are available, so register by September 24 at https://engagechesterfield.eventbrite.com.