Splendora parents learn computer skills

This past school year at Splendora ISD, Greenleaf Elementary School’s Title III Facilitator Ana Flores taught a basic bilingual computer class to parents. Classes were held every Friday (except for testing days and field day), from 9-10 am in the computer lab.

Flores taught the parents basic computer parts, such as the off and on buttons and where you insert headphones. Parents learned to create emails, Google documents (using different fonts and sizes), and how to navigate the internet. At the end of the year, Flores gave the parents a Certificate of Recognition. The following parents received certificates: Genoveva Orozco, Christina Gaspar, Sindy Robles, Ma. Cecilia Delgado, Maria E. Huerta, Mayra Alvarez, and Rosalinda Villalobos.

“The parents really enjoyed the class and told me that it was helping them at home with their children,” said Flores. Part of her duties as the Title III Facilitator is to provide supplemental support services to English Language Learners (ELLs) and act as a liaison for parents on academic concerns. Additionally, Flores provides volunteer opportunities for parents.

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For more information contact aflores@splendoraisd.org.

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