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The Fort Worth Zoo brought families together – Meet Ana and Cesar

Posted by: Janet Sanchez | April 13, 2018 4:33 pm | Category: Blog| News
FORT WORTH, TX — On Saturday, April 7, over 11 families from our Parents As Leaders (PAL) program took a field trip to the Fort Worth Zoo. Families are invited to attend the field trip every year to encourage parents to interact with their children. Since the PAL program weekly sessions are offered in the more »

Hispanic 100 sends students to Texas A&M University-Commerce

Posted by: Janet Sanchez | March 21, 2018 2:51 pm | Category: News
High school students from our Early Escalera and Escalera STEM programs toured Texas A &M University-Commerce on Saturday, March 3rd thanks to the Hispanic 100. Education is vital for building better communities and maximizing the future well-being of families. Thanks to the Hispanic 100’s support, 40 high school students from Sunset and Mesquite High School more »

There’s a first time for everything – Parents Vianney and Jesus gave the PAL program a chance

Posted by: Janet Sanchez | March 21, 2018 10:38 am | Category: Blog| News
FORT WORTH – On Saturday, February 11 parents enrolled in The Concilio’s Parents as Leaders (PAL) program attended as well as participated in a play which highlighted the educational views of many traditional Hispanic households. Over 15 families attended the play at Ella Mae Shamblee Branch Library in Fort Worth. The play – role played more »

For Immigrants, the road to mainstream America starts in school

Posted by: admin | August 23, 2017 9:19 am | Category: News
Did you know “small, community programs can be effective?” The Concilio’s Parents Advocating for Student Excellence (PASE) program teaches parents to become advocates for their children’s education. Olympia Kingdom and her father had a debate as she went to college. Kingdom Ezenwa, a pharmacy technician who emigrated from Nigeria in 2001 with his wife and more »

Metrocrest Hospital Authority awarded more than $890,000 in grants

Posted by: admin | July 5, 2016 12:46 pm | Category: News
The Metrocrest Hospital Authority (MHA) has awarded $893,310 in grants from the organization during its inaugural funding cycle. The MHA has placed a priority on enhancing the quality of life for the residents of the Metrocrest service area, particularly Carrollton and Farmers Branch. The projects and initiatives funded by MHA will impact the lives of more »

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