Azusa Unified parents to swap places with students for a day

When the bell rings tomorrow at Azusa High School, there won’t be any teenage students rushing to class — just their parents.


That’s because Azusa Unified School District is hosting the annual Parent University on Saturday at the Cerritos Avenue campus.

Instead of classes in reading, writing and arithmetic, the parents will participate in workshops on parenting with love and logic; healthy living for families; and tips to help students succeed in school.

Parent University runs from 9 a.m. to noon, and bilingual classes are available. For more information, call (626) 967-6211.

Check out the Feb. 5 edition of the Azusa-Herald Highlander for more coverage on the event.

Photo: Participants in last year’s Parent University listen to a speaker in the Azusa High School library. (File / Staff)