CLARK, NJ - The Clark Public School District hosted its second installment of "Parent University" on Jan. 25 at the Arthur L. Johnson High School. The night focused on the theme of “Helping to Understand and Prepare for Testing.”
"The evening was a great opportunity for those in attendance to gain important information and updates regarding various aspects of testing and assessment,” Superintendent Edward Grande said.
Sessions held that evening included: Understanding PARCC Score Reports, Preparing for Mathematics Assessments, The Effects of IQ on the Learning Process, How to Study, Writing is an Adventure: Strategies to Empower our Children as Writers, and PARCC Readiness Resources.
The year's first installment of "Parent University" was held in November and focused on “Parental Support of Teaching and Learning at Home.” Some topics covered included: helping your child with organization and study skills, improving reading skills, and learning to use the Google Cloud.
Stay tuned for more information on the upcoming Parent University, scheduled for March. The district invites all parents and guardians to attend these informative nights.