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How To Help

Parents and Guardians

  • Read to and with your children every night
  • Help with your children's homework
  • Attend parent/teacher conferences
  • Advocate for your children. If you have questions or concerns, contact your children's teachers
  • If you have a child age 0-3rd grade, join Ready Rosie through your school, caregiver, or through Geneva2030@hws.edu (it’s free—and fun!)
  • Take part in the activities that support your children, i.e. Kindergarten readiness, school concerts and plays, sporting events, and/or PAWS nights
  • Monitor your children's progress through the parent portal at http://www.genevacsd.org/
  • Set achievable goals and expectations
  • Talk with your children about their futures
  • Contact GCSD for volunteer opportunities
  • If you have specific expertise in an area supporting youth, participate in a Geneva 2030 Action Team by contacting Geneva 2030
  • Nominate a teacher for the 2030 Youth Advocate of the Year Award

Business and Non-Profit Leaders

  • Consider funding the work of Geneva 2030
  • If you have expertise in an area supporting youth, participate in a Geneva 2030 Action Team by contacting Geneva 2030
  • Provide internships, apprenticeships and job shadowing opportunities for high school and college age students
  • Share your career expertise with students through a Career Chat
  • Provide summer employment
  • Mentor a student
  • Share your hard copy of the Geneva 2019 Report, or share the link from www.Geneva2030ny.org with others and encourage involvement

Community Members

  • Mentor a young person (through programs including Big Brother, Big Sister)
  • Attend school-sponsored events, such as plays, concerts and sporting events. (calendar of events available on www.genevacsd.org)
  • Get to know the children in your neighborhood/community: Ask them what year they are going to graduate from high school, where they plan to intern over the summer, what books they are reading, etc.
  • Contact the school for volunteer opportunities
  • If you have expertise in an area supporting youth, participate in a Geneva 2030 Action Team by contacting Geneva 2030
  • Share your hard copy of the Geneva 2019 Report, or share the link from www.Geneva2030ny.org with others and encourage involvement

Donations welcome and appreciated!

The Geneva Education Foundation, whose mission is to supplement and enhance the educational opportunities offered to the children and other members of the Geneva City School District, accepts donations to support the efforts of Geneva 2030. Donations can be accepted online via PayPal or sent to the Geneva Education Foundation treasurer:

Michael Roulan, Esq.
Geneva Education Foundation
407 S. Main Street
Geneva NY 14456

Please visit the Geneva Education Foundation website for more information.


Please visit www.Geneva2030ny.org for more information.

For more information on Geneva 2030 or if you have questions or suggestions, please contact:
Geneva 2030 Program Manager
315-781-3825 | Geneva2030@hws.edu

 

What Will You Support?

Kindergarten Readiness

(cognitive, social, emotional, language, physical health, supporting local early childhood learning centers)

Literacy

(book donations, author visits, volunteering to read to children, stopping the summer slide)

STEAM

(supporting GCSD science and technology clubs (4H, Robotics, Aviation...), math tutoring or mentoring, supporting youth participation in community gardens, supporting local arts programming)

Graduation Rate

(funding AP exams for financially challenged students, mentoring students, helping students focus on a high school checklist (grades, clubs, sports, work and volunteer efforts))

College Readiness

(The Common Application completion, FAFSA completion, reduce summer melt, SAT/ACT preparation, visits to local colleges)

Career Readiness

(Job Shadow programs, GHS Senior Internships, GHS Career Chats, sharing career soft skill knowledge) Geneva 2030 initiative support (staffing needs, data support)

Financial donation to Geneva Education Foundation


CONTACT

To learn more about Geneva 2030, contact:

Geneva 2030 Program Manager
Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Geneva, NY 14456
(315) 781-3825
Geneva2030@hws.edu


Thank you

Geneva 2030 gratefully acknowledges The William G. McGowan Charitable Fund for supporting our work.


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