Friday, September 18, 2009

Going Public: Strong Public Libraries + Great Public Schools = Thriving Communities

Join us this fall in newly renovated and rebuilt neighborhood libraries for lively, informative conversations about the partnerships between public libraries about public schools!

Sponsored by SFPL, Parents for Public Schools and Friends of the San Francisco Public Library, these free programs give parents and caregivers opportunities to learn from each other about how to choose a public school—and how to work collectively on behalf of our public schools.

The newly opened library branches serve as important resources, anchoring neighborhoods and providing core resources for lifelong learning. By helping to bring parents into our branch libraries to learn more about choosing and improving a public school for their children, we are taking the next step towards a bright, literate, positive future for San Francisco’s families!

Going Public: Parents Talk about Choosing & Improving Public Schools for their Kids

Tuesday, Oct 6, 7-8 p.m.

Richmond/Senator Milton Marks Branch Library, 351 Ninth Ave.

Saturday, Oct 17, 3-4 p.m.

Glen Park Branch Library, 2825 Diamond St.

Wednesday, Nov. 4th, 6:30-8 p.m.

Portola Branch Library, 2450 San Bruno Ave.

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