The Community Dinner is this Friday, December 6! Sign up to come if you haven’t already! Here are a few more posters from the kids.
Many students have been helping at lunchtime to create posters for our upcoming Community Dinner on Friday, December 6. Here are a few posters; each is a collaboration between a number of students.
If you haven’t signed up yet to attend, please do! We’d love to see you! Invitation here.
We had a wonderful turnout to yesterday’s Part Two session on our Emotional Intelligence Parent Education Series. Thank you to all of those who attended and supported this event. We hope you found it useful. If you were not able to come please find a copy of the presentation here.
For those who are interested in learning more about Emotional Intelligence and how to support your child, please visit www.mcaft.com.
If you have any feedback or suggestions for future Parent Education workshops, please email Kevin Carlson (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Andrea Levesque (email@example.com).
On October 8th, the Walter Hays and Addison PTAs co-sponsored a parent education night on Emotional Intelligence. This was the first of a two part series, with the second talk coming on October 22nd.
This series aims to provide parents with important information about the role emotions play in the integration of the brain and body.
We know that when our children experience big feelings, it can be challenging for us. We often ignore, silence or punish our children during their emotional moments.
The speaker, Jaclyn Long, is a Certified Parent Educator, graduated from Princeton University, and holds a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology. She serves as Founder and Director of Mind Body Moms as well as Mindful Child & Family Therapy.