Our Let’s Get Involved Parent Workshop featuring parent Nicole Pennie was a great experience for everyone. We had our largest turnout to date with parents and their children, NBYMP coaches, the Centennial College Colts Basketball Coaches all in one room, learning together and sharing tips on how to nurture and become a successful student-athlete.
Several research studies show that parent involvement has direct positive effect and outcome on student success. Parent involvement shows children that parents care which inspires them to continue on their journey. Families came away feeling more confident, equipped and focused on how best to work together to achieve their goals and dreams of becoming the best athlete they can be with an education.
A big THANK YOU to everyone for your participation, encouragement and support!
FEEDBACK FROM PARTICIPANTS
What did you like most
about the workshop?
- Hearing a child’s struggles turn into a story of success.
- As a student athlete it makes me realize I need to focus on both my studies and my sports
- How to support our son in every path he wants to venture.
- I learned that parent involvement is key for my child success.
- Meeting other like-minded parents and hearing everyone’s story. I also liked how the message focused on the importance of having an education first with sports.
- I like learning about Jayln stories and how he conquered his obstacles in school and in basketball.
What would you say
to other parents and youth?
- I would let them know that it’s a great program to help support a family in their journey in raising a well rounded child.
- I would say that parent this session help us as parent to listen to our kids and have better communication with them .
- I learned so much. The athletes were so personable, friendly and were happy to answer any questions I had. They took the time to chat with me. The parent talk was very informative. I’m glad both my son and I were there to learn together.
- It’s a great way to learn from others how to conquer obstacles in your life.