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South Side Parents, Hyde Park Parent Support Network, and Neighborhood Parents Network jointly present a school fair open to the public on Sat., September 24th, 2011
Chicago, IL –  Searching for a school can be an overwhelming process. To help south side families faced with this seemingly monumental decision, South Side Parents, Hyde
Park Parent Support Network, and Neighborhood Parents Network are joining forces to present the South Side Preschool & Elementary School Fair on September 24th, 2011, from 10am-1pm, hosted by Maria High School, 6727 S. California Ave., in Chicago. The event is free and open to the public. Free parking is available. 
Event website: http://npnparents.org/expos/193. Online registration is now open!
This event will provide families in and around the south side of Chicago with a way to easily access and connect with their public and private school options. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet representatives from numerous schools, as well as enrichment programs and family-friendly businesses from all across the city.
The Chicago Public Schools Office of Early Childhood Education and Office of Academic Enhancement will have representatives in attendance. Exhibitors will include both public and private schools serving the South Side neighborhoods, and resources such as Prep Chicago and Lango of Chicago. Thank you to our host Maria High School, our media Sponsor Chicago Parent Magazine and our supporting sponsor Chicago News Cooperative.
Please email leslye@npnparents.org to learn more about getting involved in this important event.
About Neighborhood Parents Network – NPN connects a diverse community of families with the resources they need to navigate parenting in the city. Expectant, new, and seasoned parents come to NPN to get what they need to tackle everyday challenges and surprises. NPN has been connecting Chicago parents for more than 30 years.
About South Side Parents – SSP seeks to strengthen and support concerned parents through the sharing of resources and experiences, as well as, highlight the importance of community involvement in improving and sustaining quality educational and enrichment opportunities for all children in the South Side of Chicago.
About Hyde Park Parent Support Network – PSN is a volunteer-run organization for parents of babies and young children from Hyde Park and surrounding neighborhoods. PSN offers a neighborhood playroom open year-round, a message board which provides a forum for parental topics, playgroups, and other activities. www.hydeparkpsn.org
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