Simply Smart Kids® partners with school districts, hospitals, early childhood centers and other organizations to deliver a series of workshops that teach our Simply Smart START! P.O.W.E.R. Tools® program to parent communities.
Our curriculum can be customized to provide a professional development opportunity for early-childhood educators, paraprofessionals and assistants, as well as other staff members. Our workshops can be administered in person by a Simply Smart Kids team member, or by a facilitator from your organization who achieves Simply Smart Kids online training certification.
To find out more about how we can help serve your parent community and meet your staff development needs, please contact Stacey Sharpe Mollison at email@example.com or by calling (248) 219-8125, Monday – Friday, 8:00am – 5:00pm et.
Birmingham Public Schools partnered with Simply Smart Kids to offer workshops to parents and professional development for our early childhood educators.
Parents gained knowledge about the importance of building a strong foundation in early literacy, learned the research behind the Simply Smart approach and practiced easy activities to do at home with their child. The parent feedback was overwhelmingly positive!
The Simply Smart team was excellent to work with; dedicated to meeting the needs of our parents as well as our district. They are flexible, innovative and committed to making a difference in literacy learning for young children.
I highly recommend the Simply Smart program as a tool for school districts to use with families and staff.
– Laura Tinsley, Early Childhood Director, Birmingham Public Schools
For the past two years I have had the extreme pleasure of partnering with Simply Smart Kids. We have formed this partnership to support our families by teaching them five simple strategies that can be easily integrated into a parent’s daily routine.
I have seen firsthand the excitement this has generated with our parents and staff.
I highly recommend Simply Smart Kids as a program that helps empower parents and staff with tools and techniques to help them be more effective.
– Catherine Force, Principal, Stepanski Early Childhood Center, Waterford School District