Dr. Joyce Gerber will present, "A Parent’s Guide to How Young Children Learn," at the Summit County Library at Kimball Junction, Tuesday, March 6, at 6 p.m. Dr. Gerber, a retired professor with more than 30 years in teaching, and a background in early childhood education, will supply participants with techniques and activities guided by the National Association for the Education of Young Children on how parents can help their young children grow and learn to their fullest potential and to succeed in school.
The Kimball Junction Library is located at 6505 N. Landmark Dr. in Kimball Junction. Call 615-3900 for more information.
ACT Test deadline March 9
College-bound high school students have until March 9 to register for the next national ACT test, to be administered Saturday, April 14. The ACT is accepted by all colleges and universities that use admission tests in their application process. The academic achievement test covers English, reading, mathematics and science. Students can choose to take the ACT with or without the optional writing test, required by some colleges. Test costs are $29 without the writing test, and $43 with. For more information about the ACT, including sample tests, online preparation, testing locations, and online registration, visit http://www.actstudent.org
Park City High School Scholarship Club seminar
Savings and borrowing options for a college education will be discussed Monday, March 5, at 7 p.m. at the Eccles Center. The seminar is pegged for "families who are just starting to save, and those who forgot to." For more information, contact Dana Ardovino, Park City High School community scholarship advisor at 645-5650, ext. 2085
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