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Parent Empowerment

As part of the district's Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP), Robla School District hosts two Parent Empowerment dinners every school year as well as other activities and workshops at the school and district level throughout the school year.  
These workshops, activities, and dinners allow parents to:
  • Get motivated and become more involved in their child(ren)'s lives and academic future
  • Experience and gain knowledge on other cultures
  • Interact and network with parents and staff
All Parent Empowerment Dinners are held at Main Avenue Elementary and offer parents and children free dinner, live entertainment, a guest speaker, and free child care.  At each dinner, topics are selected, which best address areas that parents and the district feel are important, these topics include:
  • The Importance of Dreaming Big for your Child
  • How to Set and Achieve Goals
  • Activism, Protests, and the Power of Community Voice
  • Empowering Parents to Empower Youth
We hope that. as a parent, you will be able to attend a future Parent Empowerment Dinner.  For more information on the Parent Empowerment Dinners, please contact the district office.  
Black History Month - February 2017
The next Parent Empowerment Dinner is scheduled for Tuesday February 28th at Main Avenue Elementary.  The Robla Strings Orchestra class will be performing and student essays on "Celebrating Hidden Figures in Black History" will be presented and the authors recognized.  
For more information on the essay contest, please check out the flyer below.  
Hispanic Heritage Month - September 2016
Gabe SalazarOn September 27, 2016, Robla School District, in partnership with the Roberts Family Development Center welcomed internationally recognized youth speaker, Gabe Salazer, to Main Avenue Elementary for the first Parent Empowerment Dinner for the 2016-2017 school year.  
Parents were treated to his message and he encouraged parents to help their children make positive choices in their lives.  Parents were also entertained by mariachi music provided by Main Avenue's own fourth grade teacher, Gavin Rubio and Mariachi Los Gallos.  
Meals were prepared by Robla School District staff and served by members of the Grant High School Police Cadet Program.