Monday message 09.06.2021

Empower Generations mom and child

Director’s Message

Hello Empower Families,
During the last two weeks, we have spent time getting to know one another, we have adjusted to being back on campus, we have completed MAP assessments and we have explored Google’s complete set of features.  We are also adjusting to our new space and working on what it means to be community members.

With all that preparation, we are ready to begin this week’s workshops.  Learners can either independently work from home or come to site for workshop support.  On Tuesday, learners will receive Google Classroom invites through their school emails  If your learner has not yet set up their school email, please reach out to their Advisor or Guide.  The Guides are eager to roll out their new projects and help the learners reach their goals for the year!

With Gratitude,

Malaka Donovan, Director


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Upcoming Events

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Thur., 7/4: Independence Day – Office Closed

Tues., 8/13: First Day of 2024-25 School Year

Mon., 9/2: Labor Day

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