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BRIDGES at Highland and Safe Kids invite parents to come out and learn how to prepare their homes for a safe environment, by keeping them safe and potential hazards that arise during the holidays. Parents will have an opportunity to ask questions and learn safety for them and their children around this time of the year. This workshop will provide parents with fire safety materials and important information. For more information please call 561-899-1652. *Dinner and Childcare Provided
The BRIDGES at Highland Director and the Highland Elementary Principal invite parents to come and learn about important information regarding what is going on in their school. The school will share important dates, testing and will educate parents about Title I funds and empower them to make decisions on how to spend it. Parents also have the opportunity to share any ideas or concerns that they have. *Childcare Provided
BRIDGES at Highland and Highland Elementary invite parents to come and have breakfast with the principal and at the same time learn about the different upcoming workshops and activities. For more information please call 561-899-1652
The BRIDGES at Highland invites parents to enjoy quality time with their children. “Frosty Science” make ice cream is an opportunity for parent and children to experiment and learn about making ice cream in a Ziploc bag. Child activities are also an opportunity for parents to bond with their child and enjoy learning together. For more information please call 561-899-1652.
The BRIDGES at Highland collaborates with HMHB to invites parents to come and join us in this workshop about HIV awareness. This workshop is to make people aware of HIV and how it is contracted, and of things you can do to avoid being contracted by this disease. It will make you aware of preventions and how you can find out if you are infected with HIV. For more information please call 561-899-1652.