Parent University: One Pill Can Kill - Fentanyl Slides
Parent Ed Events (2021)
ParentEd Night: The TALK 4/28/21
- which sexual health topics to discuss and when
- barrier and benefits to talking
- 5 parent mistakes to avoid when having the sex talk.
- a framework to answer difficult questions and ideas to utilize and create teachable moments and resources to help.
It is two virtual sessions and is taking place Tuesday, May 11 and 18th for girls and Wednesday May 12 and 19th for boys 6-8pm. Both parent and child attend the sessions together and they are recorded. The course fee of $129 covers 2 sessions for each parent/child pair.
ParentEd Night: Building Health Teen Relationships 4/21/21
Thanks to all of our participants for taking the time to learn together how we can be more supportive in building healthy teen relationships and for sharing your own personal experiences. We're certain that we’ve all grown from opening our hearts and minds to understand this new complex landscape.
For those of you that weren’t able to attend, we appreciate your interest and have recorded the session so that you can watch at your convenience or share with others.
Our expert panelists Dr. Dolly Klock, Linda K. Reeves, and Jonathan Cristall have provided excellent resources that we have added to the ParentEd Resources Hub on our website.
FamilyEd Night: GOAL SETTING 2021 1/14/21Thank you Mr. Josh Reitzenstein for guiding our Bulldog families how to set intentions and meet goals for 2021!
ParentEd Events (2020)
ParentEd Night: MENTAL HEALTH "Behind Happy Faces" - 12/9/20Please click here to register in advance for this parent life-altering seminar.
ParentEd Night: VAPING & WEED 10/28/20
ParentEd Night: TEEN DIGITAL SAFETY 9/23/20
ParentEd PopUp: HEALTHY HOMEROOM 9/17/20
Parent Ed Events (2019)
"WE NEED TO TEACH MENTAL HEALTH THE SAME WAY THAT WE TEACH PHYSICAL HEALTH!"
—Compare mental health to physical health. We don’t only encourage people who have cancer, diabetes, heart problems or other issues to seek help and tell everyone else that they only need to go to a doctor when they have a disease. However, we do tend to tell people they should seek help for their mental health only when they’ve completely broken down. This isn’t working. Mental health isn’t having a problem; it’s how you address all of the problems in your life. When someone takes care of their physical health they eat right, workout and take care of their body. For someone to take care of their mental health they need to think about how they cope, communicate, what their relationships are like and take care of their minds.