With all the media attention bullying has been getting lately, the hot topic is on everyone’s minds, especially parents. So how do parents know the difference between kids being kids and a potentially serious problem? This talk will teach you skills and strategies to help your child navigate tough friendship problems. It will empower you to calmly and confidently assist your daughter and help her to become a confident young girl!
This event is for parents of kids of all ages and we encourage you to invite interested parents who are not QAE !
Date: Thursday, March 15th
Time: 7-9 pm
Place: QAE Library
Cost: 20$ (sliding fee also available, please email your teacher) Checks should be made out to the PTSA –please put'Creative Crossings' in the memo line.
RSVP today to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Peggy Rubens-Ellis, M.Ed. of Creative Crossings (www.creative-crossings.com), has been a School Counselor for 17 years. The mission statement of Creative Crossings is helping pre-teens cross through to adolescence with authentic selves intact. Peggy has presented at national and international conferences and has worked with many local groups in the Pacific Norhwest on the topic of creating emotionally safe schools. She is passionate about helping both girls and boys celebrate their authentic selves. Peggy has a 2 1/2 year old daughter that teaches her new lessons every day and in her spare time writes a blog about children's literature.