Principal's Update: June 16, 2016
5th Grade Recognition – Friday, June 17th @ 9:00am
Last Day of School – Friday, June 24th @ 11:30am (No Lunch Served)
Bishop Fifth Grade Recognition - Friday June 17th @ 9am-10am
4 attendees per family excluding Bishop siblings Brunch reception in the courtyard to follow. This is for students and their families.
Later in the afternoon the kids will have a fun day. There will be a bbq, blow up hamster balls to crawl in, karaoke and other games. This is a student only event unless you are signed up to volunteer.
FOR PARENTS AND CAREGIVERS OF STUDENTS AGE 9-14.
“GUIDING GOOD CHOICES”
SUMMER PARENTING WORKSHOPS
For parents and caregivers of children ages 9-14
Participation is free, but REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.
With an emphasis on communication, Guiding Good Choices (GGC) offers proven techniques and effective tools to help parents not only improve communication with their children but also develop healthy family values and clear behavioral expectations; control and express anger constructively; strengthen family bonds and trust; and prevent children from engaging in substance use and other risky behaviors.
The summer GGC consists of 4 workshops, held twice a week for two consecutive weeks. This is an evidence-based program that requires participants to attend all four workshops.
Please register by email : email@example.com
July Series: Tuesday and Thursday nights (7/19 , 7/21, 7/26, 7/28 ) from 6:30 - 8:30pm at the Whittemore Robbins House (670R Mass Ave).
Running this Parent Forum in the summer is definitely a first, but since it was so popular this past year, we are planning to offer it this July.
Please register and address all questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
*This program is funded by the Elizabeth and George L. Sanborn Foundation.
-- Cindy Bouvier
Director of Wellness Arlington Public Schools
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