Parent Partnership Seminar

Parent Partnership        


Parent Partnership is a collaborative approach to understand and empowering our students with a focus on their positive growth and development. Our seminars are an opportunity to talk with educational professionals about how to support our students and learn techniques to reinforce good behaviors at home and at school.
Seminars are held quarterly in the ThunderRidge Library, from 5-6pm. The theme for 2021-2022 is: Understanding the teens years by understanding how the teen brain works. Our focus will cover topics such as:  How curiosity builds our brains, Calming your mind, Improving relationships, Own your learning, and much more.
Questions about our Parent Partnership Seminars? Please contact Assistant Principal, Cristina Berrett-Braun at [email protected]

Parent Partnership 1/22

 Feb 2021 YESS Virtual Trafficking Parent Academy

Presentation #1 9/9/2019 "Mindset, Praise and Expectations"
Presentation #2 10/7/2019 "Anxiety, Depression - School Refusal"
Presentation #3 11/18/2019 "Screenagers - Next Chapter"
Presentation #4 1/27/2020 "How to be a Successful Student"
Presentation #5  2/19/2020 Please join us for a special presentation on stress and anxiety, click here for more information.
Presentation #6 3/30/2020   "Social Media and Screen Time Addiction"
Presentation # 7 4/27/2020  TBD
Presentation #8 2/8/2021 "Managing Learning in 2020-2021"

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