This week, we continue working toward online course completion, passion projects, and on-site activities. You will meet with an adult this week to review your progress and make an action plan to finish the school year.
A reminder that it is important you attend all scheduled on-site classes. If you cannot attend, please contact us and let us know. We ask you spend two days a week on-site from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and three days a week working on courses at home for four to six hours daily.
California students take several mandated statewide tests. These tests provide parents/guardians, teachers, and educators with information about how well students are learning and becoming college- and career-ready. The test results may be used for local, state and federal accountability purposes.
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Johnathan and Breanna are new learners to Empower Generations. They have recently welcomed home their second daughter, Miracle, after a very long NICU stay. Johnathan and Breanna are working on English, child development, and health state standards in exploring the transition from one child at home to two, caring for a child with special medical needs, and documenting and writing their own personal story to create a novel.
Balancing work, parenting and school is not easy, and Johnathan and Breanna are working together to accomplish their goals. We are proud to support them!
This week is Black Maternal Wellness Week. Empower Generations works to support black maternal and infant health through its childbirth education, doula support, and prenatal curriculum. Click HERE to learn more about the week and some fun events, and make sure to follow us on Facebook throughout the week to celebrate and support black maternal wellness.