Parent University News

Announcements/Updates

All announcements and updates related to classes will be posted here throughout the year. If you have a question or comment, please email parent-u@mpsaz.org or call 480-472-0371.

2nd Quarter Classes are Underway!

Sign up for 2nd Quarter Parent University classes!  Over a dozen classes are still open and all FREE!!  See flyer here or visit mpsaz.org/parentu for class description, location, date, time, and registration.

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Parent University Reflects and Looks to the Future

  Thank you for your support throughout this past school year by taking classes from MPS’s Parent University.   As this year’s classes are ending, we reflect upon all the wonderful experiences and learning that has occurred.   Many new classes this past year focused on parenting skills for ages birth to 5, which has resulted in many...
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Parent University is Offering a Prescription Drug Abuse Presentation

Tuesday, November 14 • 6:30-7:30 PM at Lincoln Elementary, MPS's Parent University is partnering with Community Bridges to provide an opportunity to learn about Prescription Drug Abuse.  Community Bridges, a private non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization who is providing comprehensive, medically integrated behavioral health programs which include prevention, education and treatment...
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Viewing Nights Planned for "SCREENAGERS: Growing Up in the Digital Age"

Mesa Public Schools and Parent University is sponsoring four different viewing nights of an informative documentary film called “SCREENAGERS: Growing Up in the Digital Age”, which reveals how tech time impacts kids’ development and offers solutions on how adults can empower kids to best navigate the digital world and find balance. This documentary film probes into the...
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Online Class Available at Parent University

    Mesa Public Schools’ Parent University is excited to offer an online class.  Busy schedule? This class gives you the flexibility you need to participate with Parent University in the convenience of your home. The class is Thinking Matters: A Parent’s Guide to Mindsets which highlights Stanford University researcher,...
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