Para mi la Kermes estuvo bien. Huvo algunos detalles que se pudieron mejorar o planear mejor. Lo que mas me gusto de este evento, fue que todas las madres del programa Padres Unidos, nos ayudamos una a la otra mutualmente y nos divertimos mucho. Creo que para haber sido el primer evento que organizamos, nos quedo bien. Algunas cosas no estuvieron muy claras para algunas companeras pero el personal de DHDC nos ayudaron mucho y nos alentaron a hacer mejor las cosas y mas organizadas.
A "kermes" is a bazaar or fair.
For me the Kermes went well. There were a few details that could have been better or planned better. What I liked the most about this event was that all of the mothers of the Padres Unidos program helped one another mutually and we had a great time. I think that for having been the first event that we organized, it came out well. A few things weren't very clear for some of the members but the DHDC staff helped us a lot and encouraged us to do the things better and in a more organized way.
2016 has been an interesting year for students in Detroit. Youth had to deal with everything from teacher sick-outs to the Detroit Public School reset. The news that Detroit leads the nation in chronic absenteeism with 58% of DPS students missing at least 18 days of school shone the light on the larger issue of education and Detroit’s school children: It is hard to learn when you’re not in school.