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Alameda Family Enrichment Speaker Series

Alameda Family Enrichment Speaker Series

Raising Resilient Teens
Preparing kids for life and work in the real world
Wednesday, February 1, 2017 from 7:00 to 8.30 p.m.
Lum Elementary School
Multi-purpose Room
1801 Sandcreek Way, Alameda

This engaging workshop delivers practical strategies for raising resilient teens. We take on a serious issue with a sense of humor and “real world” approach.
Do you want your teen to be happy?
Do you want them to “bounce back” when things get tough?
Do you want to set them up for life and work in the real world?
If you answered “yes” to any of the above, join us for the best insights into how to help teens build resilience.
More info and RSVP:
http://bit.ly/SpeakerSeriesRSVP 
Download Flyer | http://bit.ly/ResilientTeensFeb2017 

 

Decoding Teen Behavior
A workshop for parents and teens
Saturday, February 25, 2017 10-12 p.m. (Encinal High Media Center) or
Saturday, March 4 2-4:00 p.m. (Alameda High Media Center)

This fun and engaging workshop is designed to help teens (and parents) understand:
• Individual behavior style – what makes you tick and how do you embrace successful behaviors
• Personal motivation interests and talents – how to make better study, career and life choices
• The behavior style of others – to appreciate difference and work cooperatively
• How to develop productive relationships – at home, school and work
This workshop will help you uncover your true self and develop a language for improved communication and relationships.
More info and RSVP:

http://bit.ly/SpeakerSeriesRSVP 
Download Flyer | http://bit.ly/DecodingTeensWinter2017

 

How to Talk With Your Kids About Sexual Harassment
Parents/guardians and students are invited to this talk on sexual harassment education and prevention. The focus will be on current research and laws related to online sexual harassment, and ways for families to establish healthy online routines. 
Thursday, February 9, 7–8:30 p.m. 
Wood Middle School, Multipurpose Room

Speaker : Diana Kenney, an AUSD teacher for the past 26 years, currently at Encinal Jr/Sr High, received her Masters in Leadership in Technology Education and has taught every grade level. As AUSD’s Instructional Technology Lead Teacher, she trained teachers in emerging tech, and continues to design and teach courses on digital citizenship and digital literacy.
More info and RSVP: 
http://bit.ly/SpeakerSeriesRSVP 
Download Flyer | http://bit.ly/2k1qDV6

 

Middle School Parent University
Our program for middle school parents and guardians.
The workshops are part of a college-going framework that includes increasing College Aspirations, College Knowledge and College Planning.

Spring Middle School Session, Wednesday, March 22, 2017 6:00-8:00 p.m.

Wood Middle School, 420 Grand Street, Alameda

Register here: http://bit.ly/MiddleSchoolPU