Building Leadership Skills
A.S.P.I.R.E. online Classes
ASPIRE (ACT Supplemental Preparation In Rural Education) is designed to bridge deficits in rural high school students’ performance on the ACT College Entrance Examination in order to increase the number of students pursuing higher education.
As a high school student, preparing for a college entrance exam like the ACT can be pretty difficult. N. C. Cooperative Extension 4-H Agents have teamed up to offer online courses to prepare high school students for the ACT College Entrance Examination through the ASPIRE program. This program is open to any high school student (public, private, or homeschool).
Here is a schedule and more info about the classes.
- Will your child be attending college in the Fall 2021? Check out the info about financial aid.
- Families and students who are exploring college can complete a practice FAFSA.
- Join UNC Greensboro on Facebook Live each Thursday in October 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. to learn about FAFSA. Topics covered will be: FAFSA Filing Overview and checklist; Dependent or Independent? Who is My Parent on the FAFSA?; DRT, Verification, Special Circumstances; Top FAFSA Errors; What’s Next. If you miss the live class, you will be able to see the recorded ones.
Monthly Newsletters for Parents of Preschoolers
Confidence in children starts at an early age. Here is a monthly newsletter to help with activities to inspire your child to have positive leadership skills. Included in the newsletter are daily activities to stay one step ahead of your little one when trying to think of quality and fun activities.
Other Sources for parents
COVID-19 Resources for Parents
COVID-19 Info-from CDC