Friday, August 24, 2012
It was a bit like Freaky Friday for some students and parents at Heights High where the school held their annual Parent Exchange Day.
Students were excused from school with the requirement that their parents had to take their places in class. Organizers say it's a fun and creative way for parents to get to know their child's teachers and discover what their child will be learning during the year.
"I think it's really a privilege to be able to be here and for the staff and the principal here to think about the parents that want to be introduced and involved in their children's lives. It's pretty cool," said parent Sharon Owen.
This was Heights High's 32nd annual Parent Exchange Cay. More than 400 parents participated.