Where will you be Thursday February 26 at 5PM?
Come join the Iona College Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) in conjunction with the Boys and Girls Club (Remington Unit) as we bring the Hit the Books Running Program to New Rochelle. Students 11 to 14 years old will learn about college while their parents learn about paying for it. HSBC Bank will be on hand for questions. Refreshments will be provided.
The Boys and Girls Club (Remington Unit) is located at 116 Guion Place in New Rochelle, New York. This event will run from 5 – 7 PM.
Hope to see you there!
Visit ichitsthebooks.blogspot.com for more.
The Iona College PRSSA has set up a website (ichitsthebooks.blogspot.com) for the Hit the Books Running event that will take place at the Boys and Girls Club (Remington Unit) on Thursday, February 26, 2009 at 5 PM at 116 Guion Place in New Rochelle.
The website provides information for students and their parents about college preparation topics such as getting good grades and the difference between loans, grants and scholarships. The site also features links to other websites like collegeboard.com and finaid.org that get visitors started in the college search and help with financial planning.
The College Bound Aid Hit the Books Running program gets students in middle school and the early high school years to start thinking about college. Along with stressing the importance of earning a degree in today's world, the program also gets students and their parents thinking about how they will pay for college.
The Iona College Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) will be bringing the Hit the Books Running program to the New Rochelle community. On Thursday, February 26, 2009, the Iona PRSSA will be hosting an event in conjunction with the Boys & Girls Club (Remington Unit) in New Rochelle. This event will get students ages 11 to 14 to start thinking about going to college and their parents to start thinking about how to pay for it. The event will take place from 5 to 7 PM at the Boys & Girls Club (Remington Unit) on 116 Guion Place in New Rochelle. High school counselors and HSBC bank will be on hand to provide information to attendees.Read more
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I demand an audit of the New Rochelle City School District and everyone involved by an outside independant auditing firm. It's about time the hard working people of this City finds out where all this money is going especially when programs that are proven to help children excel get cut!!! I want heads on a platter!!!Read more
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Salesian High School, a Catholic High School for young men, is holding an Open House for prospective students. The Open House will take place on Saturday, February 7, 2009, from 12:00 noon to 3:00 p.m. Sixth, seventh, and eighth grade boys and their parents are invited to tour the school, obtain information about programs and activities, and meet administrators, teachers, and students. The school’s campus is at 148 East Main Street in New Rochelle. Please call the school at 914-632-0248 for more information or visit theSalesian High web page.Read more
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