Happy Holidays!!!

Thanks to everyone who helped to coordinate and/or attended the Kwanzaa event last Saturday, it was a great celebration of the spirit of Harambee.

This wishes all of the PAAS and Quad-A community a very Merry Christmas, Happy Kwanzaa, Happy New Year and an all around great holiday season! Let’s come back ready to put on a fantastic African American Heritage Celebration! And, if you’re on Facebook we’ll begin updating the Heritage Celebration page soon with African American History facts so be sure to “Like” our page. If you’re interested in helping to generate some of the content, contact us at mthpaas@gmail.com…. and have a fantastic holiday season on purpose!

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About mthpaas

We are the Parents of African American Students (PAAS) at Mt. Hebron High School. Our goal is to close the academic achievement gap and to push our students to ensure that they are maximizing their educational opportunity. Each year we sponsor events and programs to help support and encourage our students and the greater Mt. Hebron community. We want to ensure that we graduate confident, academically strong future leaders and contributers to society.
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One Response to Happy Holidays!!!

  1. Charles A. Turner says:

    Announcing AP Information Night – Thursday, January 6 @ 6:30 PM

    Your 9-11th grade student will receive class registration materials for the 2011-2012 school year in their English class next week on January 10 and 11.
    If your student is considering taking an Advanced Placement (AP) class and you would like to learn more about these college-level courses, please join us to hear directly from the students who have taken AP classes and the teachers who teach them.

    We will provide some national and local data as well as course content and expectations from teachers in each academic area. You will also hear the perspective of current Hebron students enrolled in AP classes and what college placement advisors (the people who determine which students are accepted to colleges each year) say about the impact of AP courses on a prospective student’s transcript.

    Our goal is to provide enough information for you and your child to determine if an AP class should be on their schedule next year!

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