National African American

Parent Involvement Day

All parents are welcome, February 8, 2016

National African American Parent Involvement Day was created by Joe Dulin in 1995.

“NAAPID is not just for black people –– it’s for all people,” Dulin says. “It comes during Black History Month, and I thought it was a tremendous time to introduce it as a project for parents to get into our schools to exchange notes, phone numbers, emails, have conversations and get in touch with the teachers.”

All parents are invited to Bach's celebration of NAAPID. Parents can enjoy donuts with Mrs. Epler, visit classrooms, and stay for an all school assembly with a slideshow of all students.


Monday, Feb. 8th, 9am

600 West Jefferson Street

Ann Arbor, MI

9:00-9:30 - Coffee Chat with Mrs. Epler, Multi Purpose Room

9:30-10:30 - Classroom Visits

10:30 - Slideshow, Multi Purpose Room