Parents, help your child be successful in school, at home, and in the community by attending the Parent University Spring Conference. The conference will be held on March 25 at Tennessee State University's Walter Davis Humanities Building. Registration opens at 8 a.m. and the workshop begins at 8:30 a.m. This conference is FREE and open to all MNPS families. Register Online NOWor PRINT a copy of the registration form.Inscríbase ahora En línea AHORA o IMPRIMA una copia del formulario de inscripción.
Starting in January and continuing throughout the spring, the MNPS Community Career Center will offer a variety of free computer classes for MNPS parents. The classes range from basic Internet training and safety to advanced lessons in Microsoft Office programs (Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, etc.). The classes are taught at six locations: John Henry Hale Community Center, 1433 Jo Johnston Avenue (on the corner of 16th Ave North); Sam Levy Community Center, 302 Foster Street; Preston Taylor Community Center, 3900 Clifton Ave.; Vine Hill Community Center, 601 Benton Avenue; Antioch Middle School and Park Ave Elementary School. For a complete schedule of classes, click here. Also, the United Way offers volunteer income tax assistance (VITA) program that is free to any family that earns less than 49,000 annually. This service is offered at the John Henry Hale Community Center and Sam Levy Community Center. The entire staff is IRS certified. To make an appointment and learn what documents to bring, call 298-6752.