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  • SubGenre:Divorce & Separation
  • Language:English
  • Pages:40
  • Hardcover ISBN:9781667871455

Weekends and Summers With Dad

by Aaron Jeter View author's profile page

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"Weekends and Summer's With Dad" is a children's book written for children and parents in shared parenting situations.
"Weekends and Summers with Dad" describes the various activities Aubrey and Zachary participate in with their father on the weekends and throughout the summer when at his house. Everyone's path to parenting, stepparenting, grandparenting, and uplifting children altogether can take different directions depending on the circumstances and choices made along the way. I wrote this book not just for my children, but for all children and adults, with the hope that no matter the situation we can all positively influence one another's lives with every conversation and connection, both near and far when we actively choose to engage on all levels of love.
About the author

Aaron Jeter currently teaches African American and World History at Solon High School since being hired in 2005. Before that, he taught history in Cleveland and in the Washington D.C. area for two years each.

A graduate of Ohio University where he received a full athletic scholarship to play division one college football. Aaron graduated from Ohio University's Patton College, School of Education where he also had the opportunity to teach high school abroad in Ghana, West Africa for six months and was part of a business internship in Hong Kong for two months before graduating in November 2001. Aaron also worked and volunteered in Ecuador, S. America for two months during the summer of 2002.

While at Solon High School he helped to start the AP Psychology program and African American Culture Club; and most recently partnered with Kent State University's Africana Studies Department and will be teaching the first CCP (college credit plus) humanities African American History course in Solon High School as a nonpaid adjunct instructor after graduating from Cleveland State University with his second graduate degree; receiving a Master of Arts in History in 2022. This course will give Solon students six college credits upon graduating high school and save them nearly $5K in the process.

Aaron Jeter is a proud dad of his two children Aubrey and Zachary and helped to co-author a book published in 2021 titled, "Let Us Make A Man, The Black Man's Guide to Creating A Life of Significance, Impact, and Power."

Aaron is currently a life member and active in the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Cleveland graduate chapter, a historically black fraternity, where he started the annual Zeta Omega 5K Run/Walk six years ago helping to raise nearly $10K for underserved senior high school students to receive college scholarships.

When not teaching, Aaron enjoys reading, running (running 11 full marathons), listening to podcasts, traveling with his children, and practicing the grappling martial art of Brazilian jiu-jitsu.

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