Monday, March 28, 2011

Want To Get Involved In Your Community? Learn How At New Horizons Middle School's Engagement Fair

engagement fair flyer

New Horizons, the middle school at PS 32 on Hoyt Street is holding an 'Engagement Fair' this Thursday. The event is open to everyone in the community.
From Corrine at New Horizons:
The information is most relevant to parents of students in fourth through eighth grade. It's not just for parents, though. Representatives from NY Cares and NYC Serve will also be there and will be available to speak to people about opportunities (for adults) for involvement in the community, or anywhere throughout the city.

The purpose of the fair is to connect parents in the district with one another, with community partners, with civic involvement activities, with websites and communication tips necessary to help their children succeed academically or to enhance their already successful academic experience. Also featured at this "engagement fair" will be a wide range of information on our latest environmental projects -- our green roof and solar panels projects."

The fair is being held on
Thursday, March 31 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. at MS 442, 317 Hoyt Street (between President and Union Streets).


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