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Adolescent Development: Parenting and Communicating with Your Child about Difficult Topics
Tuesday, March 29, 2011 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (EDT)
You are invited to participate in an evening dedicated to learning and discussing adolescent development on Tuesday, March 29th, from 6:30-8:30pm. This free event will consist of a moderated panel of experts in adolescent issues and break-out workshops with parents. Please join us in exploring the unique challenges that parents, students, and educators face, and walk away with support and strategies that will help you improve communication with your child.
WE ASK ALL FAMILIES TO RESPOND BY FRIDAY, MARCH 18th.
*Please note that childcare will be available during the event. You may indicate when responding to the linked invitation whether you will need childcare that evening. This event is open to parents/guardians of 7th grade students only.
6:30pm Welcome Introduction.
6:35-6:50 Presentation on Adolescent Development
6:50-7:10 Panel Discussion
Parental Questions for panelists
7:15-8:00 Break Out Discussion - Parents have the opportunity to ask questions in a small-group setting with experienced facilitators and panelists.
8:05-8:30 Sharing and Q&A session
When & Where
Brooklyn Prospect Charter School
Serving kindergarten through twelfth grade, Brooklyn Prospect pairs students with excellent teachers in a college preparatory environment using the pillars of the International Baccalaureate program. We prepare students for success as global citizens and help them to develop the love of learning that provides the foundation for lifelong personal and academic success.
Brooklyn Prospect is committed to:
- Teaching the skills and habits of mind necessary for success in the global community
- Recruiting, training and retaining excellent teachers
- Reflecting the diversity of Brooklyn’s neighborhoods