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Parent Involvement Opportunities
Stephens Middle School would like to thank all of the parents who were an instrumental and supportive part in creating an active PTO last year. The PTO committee met monthly, fund raised, and set forth goals to help the school meet its needs in a variety of ways.
As we look forward to this year, we ask that more parents become involved to support the needs of all of our programs and all of our students.
PTO will have its membership drive at the beginning of this school year. Please look for information to come home with your student, be posted on our web-site, and be delivered by teleparent. If you have any questions, please contact Hugo Figueroa at 562-595-0841 x 226
With uncertain budget times upon us, Stephens Middle School needs VIPS now more than ever. VIPS are people like you – volunteers from our community, parents, college students, retired persons and other supporters of our schools and students. The key qualification is willingness to do what is needed to help students learn. No professional training is needed, but it is important to have an interest in young people and their future.
You may determine your own hours to volunteer. Even if you have one hour available you can be a great help.
There is so much that you can do to help at Stephens. VIPS contributions range from help in the office with phones, counter, filing, mailings, and other tasks; and assisting the teachers with planning, preparing materials, and keeping records.
If you would like more information in becoming a VIPS, please contact Susan Yamaguchi, VIPS Coordinator at 562.595.0841, ext. 250.
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Diplomas 2 Degrees
Diplomas 2 Degrees is a Boys & Girls Club of Long Beach program which, through our five pillars of Student workshops, case management, community engagement, tutoring, and parent involvement, aims to ensure high school graduation for our youth. The student college-bound workshops offered weekly are designed to help teens to be proactive towards their college or career paths. Developmental workshops are also designed to address age appropriate subjects that include healthy lifestyles, leadership development, financial literacy, and self-advocacy to support academic success. Case managers monitor all progress made toward academic, personal, and professional goals. Community engagement is fostered through the centers practices and partnerships designed to support the needs of teens, their families, and the community at large. Homework assistance is available as well as one-on-one tutoring to support the academic achievement of the students. Parent workshops are also offered to address parental needs that include connecting parents to their teens learning. Our five pillars aim to provide each member with a well-rounded network of support. Click here for the information flyer.
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