WHAT SHOULD YOU DO IF YOU ARE STOPPED BY THE POLICE?
WHAT SHOULDN’T YOU DO?
WHAT ARE YOUR RIGHTS?
WHAT SHOULD YOU DO IF YOUR RIGHTS ARE VIOLATED?
GET THE ANSWERS AT THIS TRAINING FROM THE LAWYERS WHO KNOW!
MONDAY, DECEMBER 8th, 3:00 – 4:30pm
Students, do you have a hard time getting to school on time? Have you had attendance problems in the past? Parents, do you struggle with supporting your student's attendance and punctuality? Join us for this workshop and acquire a variety of strategies to get to school every day on time. Dinner will be served. All 9th graders and their families are welcome. RSVP by August 30th by emailing email@example.com or calling 212.225.0998
Accepted Students Night is an exciting opportunity to meet your new teachers and classmates and ask questions about high school. After a warm welcome from your principal, you and your parents will:
- Learn what to expect at UASEM and what UASEM will expect of you,
- Learn about UASEM advisories,
- Discover special opportunities, and
- Enjoy delicious snacks and enter to win fun prizes.
WHO New UASEM students & up to 2 other family members
WHEN 530pm, Thursday, June 19th, 2014
WHERE American Red Cross of Greater New York- 520 West 49th Street, Manhattan
RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org or (347) 618-8736
Attention parents! Your student will be dismissed 30 minutes early on Thursday, May 29. We are required by law to conduct several emergency evacuation drills to test our readiness. The drill will take place this Thursday at 3:00pm.
We do everything possible to avoid sending students home early. We know that parents build work and daycare schedules around school start and dismissal times. However, in this case, circumstances force us to dismiss early.
Please don't hesitate to contact us with any questions.
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