Summer Ideas from EC Parent Advisory Council

The Early Childhood Programs at Hopkins have a parent advisory council which has been instrumental in creating positive experiences for our families.  By volunteering to work with this group, you are able to give back to the early childhood programs your child so enjoys.  In addition, you have the opportunity to meet and befriend active and engaged parents from your school district.  The advisory council is a great way to make a difference in the lives of your children and the children of your community.

The advisory council has created a facebook page which offers a list of summer activities and events going on throughout the Hopkins School District area.  It is updated regularly to reflect the many wonderful family friendly opportunities that summer-hungry children are looking for.  For example, they have recently provided information and links to activities such as the Golden Valley puppet wagon, the Paws to Read library program and the farmer’s markets being offered in the area.

Intrigued and looking to find out more?  Follow this link to the council’s Facebook page:

Early Childhood Advisory Council Facebook Page

This council is comprised of a dedicated, hard working group of people invested in helping their children and the community’s children get the most out of their early childhood school experience, and they have a great time doing it!  If you are interested in learning more about the council, and possibly volunteering, feel free to call the Harley office to be connected with Christine Fehst, our coordinator, at 952.988.5000

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