Parenting programs

2018 - 2019 programs

Welcome back to the 2018 - 2019 school year!

Please check back soon for additional updates to our programs or join our e-news list to be notified of upcoming programs.  All Programs are free and open to the public


           
             
             

 

   

 

     

 

             

 Oct 2

 2018

   

Anxiety and Depression Prevention: Skills We Can (and Should!) Be Teaching Our Children

 

October 2, 2018

7-9PM

Winchester High School Auditorium

 

Lynn Lyons, LICSW, will introduce techniques that will help your family learn to deal with anxiety and give you and your child the skills to:

 

  • Understand and respond to your body's physical stress responses
  • Move your family out of the "worry cult" (most parents unknowingly make anxiety STRONGER!)
  • Step into difficult situationsrather than avoid them
  • Focus clearly on goals, problem solving, and making adjustments...without being ruled by anxiety and worry

 

 

Co-Sponsored with

Winchester Coaltion For a Safer Community

 

 

 

 

 

Lynn Lyons, LICSW

Winchester High School

Auditorium

 

80 Skillings Road

 

7-9PM

             
Nov   13, 2018    

Boys Decoded: Raising Boys To Be Their Best In A Rapidly Changing World

 

November 13, 2018

7-9PM

Winchester High School Auditorium

 

Dr. Anthony Rao, author of The Way of Boys: Promoting the Social and Emotional Development of Young Boys

In this talk, we will explore how to better understand who boys really are and the best way to raise them.

-How do they think?

-How do they develop?

-What can we do to help them succeed in the digital age?

 

Dr. Rao will share his insights into how we can shepherd boys successfully into their teenage years and beyond and help them discover their true selves.

 

  Dr. Anthony Rao

Winchester High School

Auditorium

 

80 Skillings Road

 

7-9PM

             

  TBA

 

 

   

LET'S BE HONEST: Talking to Kids about Sex and Sexuality

 

Be prepared with this free interactive workshop. Lily Kofke, Health and Wellness Parent Educator for Planned Parenthood, will provide parents with age-appropriate strategies for responding to their children’s hard-to answer questions as well as techniques for talking about sexuality in a skilled and comfortable manner.


Co-Sponsored with the Winchester Coalition for a Safer Community

 

  Lily Kofke, Health and Wellness Parent Educator for Planned Parenthood

       TBA

             
             
             

 

 Mar

 2019

 

 

   

Transition to Kindergarten Panel and Resource Fair

 

Parents and Guardians are invited to join us for this interactive panel to learn about the non-academic aspects of transitioning to Kindergarten.

Panelists include: Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Judith Evans, Elementary School Nurse, Kindergarten Teacher, School Psychologist and Principal

Resource Fair includes:
Parent Representatives from each Elementary School, Enrichment opportunities and After-school care.

 

 

Panel includes:

Superintendent of Schools,

Elementary School KindergartenTeacher,

School Nurse, School Psychologist, Principal.

 Winchester High School

Auditorium

 

80 Skillings Road

 

Resource Fair

6:30PM

 

 Panel and Q&A

7:00 PM

 

             

  TBA

 

 

   

Evening with the Superintendent

 

Winchester parents and guardians are invited to join us for our annual "Evening with the Superintendent" with Superintendent Judith Evans.

This meeting is always informative and a great way to get to know the leaders of our school system in a casual setting.

Please join us and bring your questions.

 

Superintendent Judith Evans

 

Winchester High School

Library Learning Commons

 

80 Skillings Road

             

 

 

         

 

             

Spring

  2019

  TBA

   

Panel for Incoming 6th Grade Parents

The McCall Parent Association in collaboration with the Winchester Coalition For A Safer Community (WCSC) and Parent to Parent, will present a panel of teachers and administrators and seasoned parents who will answer all of your non-curriculum questions about the transition to middle school.

 

McCall PTA, WCSC, and Parent to Parent