Set Goals for Being Involved in Your Tween’s School #Futuro2020

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Do you have a goal to be more involved in your child’s school?  You should!

Michelle from shares her goals and why it’s important to her to be involved in her tween’s education.  She also shares a new rule she is implementing in her house for the 2013-2014 school year.  Watch the video and leave a comment sharing what your goals are for being more involved in 2013-2014.

The #Futuro2020 and #CelebrateEDU series is a compensated program with Hispanic CREO and Los Tweens.  However, all opinions expressed are as always our own. 


Los Tweens has partnered with Hispanic CREO’s Futuro 2020 campaign to bring you a series of posts and videos on parental involvement, education reform and celebrating children’s achievements.  Throughout the Fall of 2013, we will be sharing more information on ways that you can be involved with your tween’s education – from tips and advice to important changes in education that affect us all.  

Three moms – Amber, Michelle and Candy – have joined us in our quest.  They will be giving us video updates and allowing us to follow along their journey.   The series kicked off with an interview of Hispanic CREO CEO and President Julio Fuentes and is continuing with our Mami Ambassador videos. View Amber’s first video here and Candy’s first video here

How you can join us: 

Join the Futuro2020 campaign by texting FUTURO to 52886 to receive more information.

Sign up to join the movement

Follow @futuro_2020 on Twitter and the #Futuro2020 hashtag


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7 thoughts on “Set Goals for Being Involved in Your Tween’s School #Futuro2020

  1. Great goals, Michelle! As a homeschool mom, I’m pretty involved in their education 😉 We are committed to staying connected with other homeschool communities and improving in all subjects plus, focusing on Spanish and science.

  2. That is a great policy! I try to stay as involved in the kiddo’s school too. When they get into middle school…emailing is the best way to get a hold of the teachers. When gets get home from school. They have to put up phones and no social media for the first hour home from school. At first they had a hard time…now they hardly go on Mon-Fri….Sat and Sun are a different story 😉

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