What to do if your Child is Experiencing Bullying

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What to do if your Child is Experiencing Bullying

What to do if your Child is Experiencing Bullying


When and where

Date and time

Wednesday, April 5 · 6:30 - 7:30pm PDT



About this event

  • 1 hour
  • Mobile eTicket

This Session: Wednesday, April 5

What to do if your Child is Experiencing Bullying -- Jonath Colon

Description: In this workshop, we will present ways to identify bullying

The WCK Parent Speaker Series are free presentations designed to provide useful information, tips, and tools for parents/guardians of children K-12.Each one-hour session begins with an informative and informal presentation by our professional speakers and allows adequate time for participants to ask questions.

Sessions are provided at no cost to registered participants

Sessions are scheduled throughout March until April 5th, from 6:30-7:30 PM PST (session recordings will be available)

Sessions will have Spanish translations

Presenter Bio: Jonath Colon Montesi is Prosperidad Director at Centro de Prosperidad / Centro Cultural . Mr. Colόn is a Civil Engineer of Manhattan College in Riverdale, New York, has a B.S., Business Management from UOPX, Phoenix, Arizona, a Stanford Innovation and Entrepreneurship Certificate and an Executive Certificate in Nonprofit Leadership from Duke University. He has provided a variety of services in a bilingual/bicultural manner and has demonstrated exceptional success in reaching out to Oregon’s expanding, yet underserved Latino and minority community. Mr. Colόn understands the cultural aspects of the community and has used his network of other professionals to assist businesses. Mr. Colόn is a known and trusted member of the Latino community.

About the organizer

Our vision is to have a world where all children are given the opportunity to reach their full potential. Washington County is the second most populated Oregon county. When it comes to academic performance, emotional development, and preparation for employment, County kids are missing out. WCK is the only county-wide coordinator serving afterschool and summer OST programs and is also a liaison to the county’s early learning hub. WCK facilitates networking, educational opportunities, the sharing of best practices, and fostering collaboration among providers. Please help us strengthen our community by giving children access to the kind of programs they need to succeed.  

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