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How can African American Students have a better experience at Garfield? Join 100 Black Parents tomorrow, November 4th at for a Q&A (In Person & Virtual) with Garfield High School Principal, Dr. Tarance Hart.

LINK IN IG BIO OR RSVP: http://ow.ly/bwyy50GzTfz

We’re glad to open the space on Thursday 11/4 at 6:30pm for a “Black Parent Meet and Greet with principal Dr. Tarance Hart of Garfield High School”.

This in-person & virtual event is designed to specifically discuss potential programs, strategies, and solutions to improve the experience for African American students at Garfield High School.

There will be an opportunity to submit questions in advance.

- All current COVID Protocols will be in place.
- Refreshments & food will be served.
- presented by 100 Black Parents

Info & to RSVP:

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My colleague Kim Hager and I are interested in studying the experiences and barriers to accessing mental health services for families. For the purpose of our research, we intend to compare three groups – caregivers of children with one or more mental health conditions (including developmental diagnoses), caregivers of children with mental health conditions and common medical conditions, and caregivers of children with mental health conditions and rare diseases. Caregivers include biological parents, adoptive parents, foster parents, step-parents, guardians and kinship homes with children under the age of 18. The survey is nationwide and open to families who live anywhere within the United States. The hope is the survey results will assist mental health providers in tailoring services to meet families’ needs. The study was approved by the IRB and survey is anonymous. Please help us by filling out the survey and/or sharing it.
English survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PQFSMVV
Spanish survey:https://es.surveymonkey.com/r/2DXD5TX
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Current sophomores & juniors earn up to 60 “FREE” college credits towards bachelor of Applied Science degree in Aeronautical Science at Green River College. Become A: Professional Pilot, Aviation Operations Manager, Air Traffic Controller, Airport Management, or Airline Dispatcher. Did I mention we give scholarships, well… we do! “Register”

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The College Board will release Preliminary SAT and National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test scores, or PSAT/NMSQT, by the state of residence starting today, December 9th, thru December 11th as follows:

PSAT/NMSQT Scores Available on December 9th

Alabama, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Mississippi, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, and international locations outside of U.S. states and D.C. including Puerto Rico and other U.S. territories

PSAT/NMSQT Scores Available on December 10th

Alaska, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, South Dakota, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming

PSAT/NMSQT Scores Available on December 11th

Arizona, Arkansas, Delaware, District of Columbia (D.C.), Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, and Texas

If students do not already have College Board and Khan Academy accounts, they should register for free accounts today because they can only access their PSAT/NMSQT scores through the College Board. We always tell and families that they will get the BEST SAT study resources and full-length practice from The College Board and Khan Academy.

You can read more about how to access PSAT/NMSQT scores, AP Potential, and the National Merit Scholarship Competition on The College Board's blog at https://blog.collegeboard.org/when-do-psat-nmsqt-scores-come-out?excmpid=SM48-ED-CB-tw.

Swipe for tips on how to use the data to optimize student success on the , learn benefits of the PSAT/NMSQT, and get information about the National Merit Scholarship Competition. Join our group My Kid 2 College () to get a list of schools that offer full tuition and full-ride scholarships to National Merit Finalists.

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December is a great time for high school students to search and apply for scholarships. Even if students aren’t eligible just yet, they can earmark the scholarships and apply for them in future years. People often ask us how did your kids get $2.5 million in merit scholarship offers? We tell them we don’t have a secret, but we do have strategies that proved successful for our children. Maybe they will help you succeed in getting free money, too!

We used free scholarship search engines, such as Fastweb, Scholarships.com, and Scholarship America, to find nearly all of the private scholarships that they received. The big awards are appealing, but you need to be strategic - your will have more luck with local scholarships! In addition to major and local private scholarships, we searched and websites for their schools of interest to see what they offered BEFORE the kids finalized their best-fit college list or submitted a single .

What are some sources and you are using? Drop a few 👇.

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December is a great time for underclassmen to conduct a mid-year assessment of their academic, extracurricular, and service experiences, set realistic improvement and achievement goals, and develop plans for the second semester. It is also the last opportunity students will have to move their grades from borderline to best! So, should inquire about opportunities to make-up missing assignments, complete extra credit work, and do test corrections.

Share this December checklist with your high school or and help him/her in his/her ! These are some of the steps that we took with our scholars during their freshman and sophomore years, steps that ultimately helped our scholars get admitted to 6 and several top tier and and earn $2.5 million in merit awards. It can help your freshman or sophomore optimize his/her , too!

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Many community colleges now offer bachelor degree programs, making college more affordable for many students, including international students. Out-of-state tuition at CCs is typically 30% less than what non-resident students would pay at four-year colleges and universities.

U.S. News and World Report cites several other benefits in its blog that make CCs that offer bachelor's appealing for both U.S. and international students. Valencia College (Florida), Solano Community College (California), South Texas College, and Seattle Colleges are just a few CCs where students can earn a bachelor's. Many of these programs do a great job with internship and career placement, too.

Anyone earning or earned your bachelor's at a CC? How is/was your experience? Anyone's senior considering this as an opportunity?

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December is a great time for elementary and middle school to move their grades from borderline to best! It's is also a wonderful time for you and your student to conduct a mid-year assessment of his/her progress, set goals for improvement, and to plan for and .

Complete this checklist with your elementary or middle school student and help him/her in his/her ! These were some of the early steps we took with our then K-5 and middle school scholars, steps that would ultimately help our two scholars get admitted to 6 and several top tier and schools and earn $2.5 million in merit awards. Following this checklist can help your K-5 or grades 6-8 student optimize his/her school and , too!

What are some steps you're taking with your or this month to prepare him/her for semester 2 success?

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Parents advocating for Black Students. Engaging African American Parents in the lives of African American Students and the diaspora that surrounds them.

Operating as usual


** We know who gets disciplined the most **
** Apply for this so we can have a seat at the table **

Discipline Appeal Council Application

The Seattle School Board is seeking members for the Discipline Appeal Council. The council membership application is open until Tuesday, Sept. 12.

Responsibilities of the Council: The Discipline Appeal Council decides student discipline appeals on behalf of the School Board for short-term, in-school, and long-term suspensions, expulsions, and emergency removals. The Disciplinary Appeal Council may also decide student harassment, intimidation, or bullying appeals.

The council includes parents/guardians, community members, SPS teachers, and SPS staff. Selected applicants will serve a three-year term.

Read more and apply for the Discipline Appeal Council:


Thoughts? What role do parents play?


Tacoma middle & high school students now have a FREE place to get dinner and hang out with friends every weeknight this summer from 5-10 pm! Starting June 26, Summer Late Nights opens and offers free food, open gym, art/music activities & more! This is a drop-in program and students can attend as often as they like. Parents/guardians are encouraged to register their child/children online. For more information on this no-cost program, visit https://www.tacomaschools.org/.../summ.../summer-late-nights.


Thank you to everyone who came out to ! It was amazing! More photos and videos coming soon!!


Bubblin Brown Suga is coming up!!! SATURDAY, JUNE 17th at GARFIELD HIGH SCHOOL! Get your tickets here: bit.ly/bbstix23 or call 206.228.1176


Bubblin Brown Suga is coming up!!! SATURDAY, JUNE 17th at GARFIELD HIGH SCHOOL! Get your tickets here: https://bit.ly/bbstix23 or call 206.228.1176


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Assignment Understood.
Memories Made.
Mission Accomplished.



Duane Hill Sr. Enjoying the beach at with his grandson Kaesen during African American Males Weekend 2023!


The African American Males Weekend is right around the corner!! Are you bringing your Son? Nephew? If not you, who is going to bring him/them? This is the ultimate get-out-of-the-city experience at on Orcas Island! Camp is May 5-7th and for $125 (Adults) / $100 Youth includes everything: Lodging, Meals, and Transportation! Reserve your space by calling 206.588.6312 or emailing [email protected]


Good Morning!! We are headed back to on May 5-7, 2023!!

Photos from 100 Black Parents's post 12/13/2022

This Saturday!! We are welcoming back for our Annual Black Santa event!! We have MOVED to Rainier Valley Leadership Academy and tickets are still REQUIRED.

Get your FREE tickets on EVENTBRITE at: https://bit.ly/blacksanta2022


Teach your children early what you learned late.


The Northwest African American Museum invites students in grades 7-12 to apply to the 2022 Dr. Carver Gayton Youth Curator Program. During your time in the program, you will develop skills related to art, writing, research, film making, and music.

Upon completion of the program, youth curators receive a certificate, monetary stipend, and letter of recommendation. Apply today here:


Scholarship Alert - Tag a Senior below!

E-waste Scholarship is offering $1,000 to 10 students, a 500-1,000 word essay is required. Students must be high school and U.S citizens. The final application and essay will be due by April 30th, 2022.

Apply here:http://www.digitalresponsibility.org/ewaste-scholarship/


Scholarship Alert: Tag a Senior below!

APA Judith McManus Price Scholarship is offered to women and minority (African American, Hispanic American, or Native American) students enrolled in an approved Planning Accreditation Board (PAB) planning program who are citizens of the United States. Scholarship amount varies for each student. Deadline will be Saturday, April 30th 2022

Apply here:https://planning-org-uploaded-media.s3.amazonaws.com/document/Judith-McManus-Price-Scholarship-Application.pdf


Scholarship Alert: Tag a Senior below!

Flora Marie Jenkins Memorial Disability Scholarship is awarding the amount of $5,000. Scholarship funds may be used to assist with tuition, books and related educational expenses at qualifying undergraduate institutions, and in the curriculum of their choice. Applicants will need medical documentation of disablities and follow the submission critiea. Application should be email before or by Saturday, April 30th 2022.

Apply here: https://disabilitydenials.com/about-us/college-scholarships/disability-scholarship/


Scholarship Alert: Tag a Senior below!

Maxwell Foundation Scholarship is planning on giving out $5,000 scholarships to assist high school seniors from Western Washington in obtaining a higher education, with a simple renew application can be granted up to 3 years undergraduate education based on financial need and reasonable progress toward graduation. Applications have a deadline of Friday, April 29th 2022.

Apply here: https://www.maxwell.org/guidelines


Scholarship Alert: Tag a Senior below!

Washington Association Scholarship is offering up to 3 $3,000 for scholarships, this is eligible for children of county employees and county elected officials. This limited scholarship goes to full-time students in a baccalaureate degree, associate degree, or vocational/technical certification program. Must be mailed in by Saturday, April 30, 2022.

Apply here: http://www.countyofficials.org/247/How-to-Apply


Tag a Senior below to apply. Chance to win a $2,500 Scholarship!


This scholarship will provide annually renewable college scholarships to undergraduate students of up to $10,000 to be used toward tuition, student fees, and books.


This includes college, university, community college, or vocational school. You may be pursuing any type of degree within these institutions. You must be enrolled and provide enrollment verification to INCIGHT Due Date 4/15/2022


We are looking to have more Black Santa's join us this year from Thanksgiving to December 24th! If you have a beard and would like to volunteer to be Santa, please contact: [email protected]

State of the District - Seattle Public Schools 03/15/2022

Frrom Seattle Public Schools: Join us for State of the District Address tonight!

Superintendent Jones will deliver the State of the District address on Tuesday, March 15, at 6 p.m. You can watch the speech on the SPS YouTube channel, Microsoft Teams, as well as Comcast (26), Wave (26), and Century Link (8008) cable.

Find links and more information on our calendar.

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