An Opportunity for Families to Connect with Schools
Parents and students are invited to gather at Civic Center Park’s amphitheater on Jan 22, 2022, to attend a school fair. Many schools will share information with the families from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The families will also be able to enjoy face painting, snacks, a DJ, a free photo booth station, and many more fun activities.
Many students have participated to perform at the event along with the official School Choice week dance. Some guest speakers are also invited to encourage the students. More than 400 parents, students, and educators have shown their interest to the event.
Mission for Quality Public Education
The celebration of National School Choice Week 2022 is coinciding with the Palm Desert School choice fair. Palm Desert School Choice Fair will include approximately 26,000 school choice events across all 50 states. Multi-School fairs will be held in a dozen cities including Las Vegas, Jersey City, and Colorado Springs, during the week.
The families can explore the best K-12 education options for the children in California with the help of school choice.
Faustina Sevilla, Parent Union ambassador for Riverside County states that the annual fair is a platform for school districts, public charter schools, and homeschool groups to talk with families, answer their queries, and share what makes their institute unique.
The Amphitheatre of the Civic Centre park is located at 43900 San Pablo Ave
A California organization, the Parent Union, is hosting this event with the mission of organizing training and engaging with the families and community members. The parent union aims to provide a high-quality public education for all students.
A spotlight is shined on K-12 education options for children by National School Choice Week. It focuses equally on traditional public, online, private, and home education options. Every January thousands of celebrations such as school fairs and open houses are organized by schools to raise awareness about the fair across all 50 states. The week does not involve any political or partisan participation and doesn’t advocate for legislation as it is a non-profit event.
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