Speech to Text for Parents as Teachers holding Latin night for children
Below is the closed-captioning text associated with this video. Since this uses automated speech to text spelling and grammar may not be accurate.
77. saturday 82. sunday back up to 84. monday 85. jody. >> thanks a lot, mike. i was looking at our event to make sure the weather would be good for this one. hopefully. >> parents of teachers is holding a latin night. and sheree is here to talk about the event. we were kind of chatting and whispering. i'm curious what are you planning? >> this is a fun evening that young children with experience different cultures. there will be a piniata. and make flags from different cultures. nice introduction to the more diversity. >> wonderful, and families obviously are welcome. >> families are welcome to attend. birth to five. >> birth to five. >> older siblings are okay. >> i know when i graduated from the program, i was like you know, that's hard. because i still want to go to the events. it was a sad day. and because the parents of teachers do so much in our community to help all over the area. get in and help the moms with developmental stages and man, i would have been lost without them. >> it's nice to have extra eyes and ears to bounce the questions off. we don't have a manual when the babies are born. it's nice to have someone from the outside look in. >> when you hear your own child, you almost hear something different than when you hear my child. >> someone from the outside coming in saying there might be an issue with speech, i didn't know you could start speech very early. and it will help. >> it will help. >> that's why it's good to have parallel talk with them and having your child face-to-face or mouth to mouth >> you do good work in the community. we want to make sure we let everybody about the event. it's on september 16th. >> it will be at hyde park. if it's raining, the keeling center. >> this is a a lot nicer. >> we will have sombreros and fun. >> 5:00