Enriching the lives of parents and supporting their role as primary educators.
Every Night that your student is at Midtown, parents are welcome to join Diego De La Rosa, the program director, at the While-you-Wait parenting discussions, speakers, and other helpful parenting resources.
“W-U-W” (While you Wait Meetings)
Meetings that are held while you wait for your son to end his session. These meetings are formal because the topics are sequential, and carry over from week to week. They are held in Midtown’s first floor living room, every program day.
Learn the English Language (Aprende inglés)
Want to learn English to contribute to your family and community? Our free English as a Second Language (ESL) classes are here to help. Pick any of the two available days to attend a class while your son is at the program. Any level of learner accepted.
¿Quiere aprender inglés para contribuir con tu familia y comunidad? Nuestras clases gratuitas de inglés como segundo idioma (ESL) están aquí para ayudar. Elija cualquiera de los dos días disponibles para asistir la clase mientras su hijo está en el programa. Cualquier nivel de aprendiz aceptado.
Monthly Program Parent Meetings
In these meetings we discuss a topic of general interest to the parents, of the students in that particular program, in accordance to student's average age.
Father and Son Nights
In these “get-togethers”, fathers and sons have lots of fun watching and discussing a selected movie with pizza and pop.
Private Orientation Meetings
Periodically, parents, sons and other family members meet with the program manager to deal with family issues, personal problems or couple issues.
Annual Parent Conference
Each spring, parents of Midtown and Metro are encouraged to attend this informational and engaging conference centered around the role of the Parent. In addition to mini sessions on various parenting topics, the day includes a main speaker who specializes in Parent Education.