The Parenting Center School Fair and Kindergarten Readiness Forum

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Disclosure :: This post is sponsored by The Parenting Center of New Orleans. 

The Parenting Center School Fair and Kindergarten Readiness Forum

The Parenting Center has been an integral part of New Orleans parenting culture for decades. Offering a range of services including parenting classes, a support system and a friendly atmosphere for your children to play in, the Parenting Center has long welcomed parents and grandparents alike into its community.

On Monday, October 7th from 6-8 pm, The Parenting Center is offering yet another helpful parenting program – The Parenting Center School Fair and Kindergarten Readiness Forum.
This program is FREE and open to the public.

The School Fair will have representatives from more than twenty public, charter, private, religious and independent schools as well as representatives from NOLA Schools/OneApp and organizations serving families with children who have special academic needs. They will provide answers to questions you have about providing the best education for your child or grandchild.

The Kindergarten Readiness Forum, co-sponsored by the New Orleans JCC, will prepare parents about kindergarten options in the New Orleans area by presenting information on admissions, testing, and preparing your child for kindergarten.

Please join The Parenting Center at the Children’s Hospital Conference Center located at 210 State Street in New Orleans, LA on October 7th from 6-8pm for this informative event.

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Simone was raised in New Orleans but has lived all over the U.S. She graduated from Newcomb College in 2003 and DePaul University College of Law in 2006. After law school, she moved to Atlanta and then decided to move back to New Orleans to raise her daughter Madison in 2009. She is admitted to practice law in Georgia and Louisiana. Simone serves on the Louisiana State Bar Association’s House of Delegates and is a former member of the Board of Directors for the New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity. Simone enjoys planning fun adventures with her daughter, trying new restaurants and dancing with the NOLA Cherry Bombs. She plans on writing about a variety of topics, including raising a biracial daughter in the deep south and co-parenting.

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