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Farmington, CT 06032
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Coffee and Conversation

Coffee and conversation is an opportunity for parents, school counselors and other guests to come together to talk about issues and topics that impact middle level students.  Please speak with one of our school counselors if you have any suggestions or requests for future topics.

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Friday, Novemeber 1, 2013 from 9-10am
"Paying for College"
A discussion about college funding options and strategies to prepare for financing your child's education. It's never too early!
Presented by Charles Wareham Financial Advisor

 

********If you missed this session and are interested in hearing Charles speak, he will be presenting at F.H.S. on April 22 at 7:00 p.m.


February 2014 (Date T.B.D.)
"The Transition to Farmington High School"
Brooke Stanziale, Director of Guidance at Farmington High School, will be available at IAR to answer parent questions regarding registration, course selection, and the transition to Farmington High School. Come with questions or come to hear the questions of other parents of 8th grade students.  This is always a popular session!
Presented by Brooke Stanziale, Farmington High School Director of Guidance

 



May 2014 (Date T.B.D.) 
"The Transition to Irving A. Robbins Middle School"
An IAR administrator and school counselor will be available at  West Woods to answer parent questions regarding the transition to middle school.
  Come with questions or come to hear the questions of other parents of 6th grade students. 

 

Please check back soon for updates!

 

RSVP is appreciated, but not necessary.

Laura Ramirez at ramirezl@fpsct.org or 860-677-4363





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