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LET'S BE HONEST  Communication in Families That Keeps Kids Healthy

Learn how to talk to kids about sex and sexuality and help them make the right choices. This workshop 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.

LET'S BE HONEST is a Free Workshop Open to All,

but particularly relevant for parents and other caregivers of 9-12 year olds, designed to help them learn how to create a comfortable environment of trust for talking about sex and sexuality.

 

WHEN:

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

7PM

 

WHERE:

Griffin Museum

67 Shore Rd. Winchester

 

WHO:

Amy Cody, M. Ed., Health & Wellness Parent Educator for Planned Parenthood

 

Co-sponsored with the Winchester Coalition for a Safer Community.



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Transition to Kindergarten Panel and Resource Fair

 

Wednesday, March, 22, 2017

WHS Auditorium

 

6:30 PM Resource Fair

7:00 PM Panel & Q&A

 

Please join with other Winchester Parents and Guardians 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.

 

Resource Fair includes:

Parent Representatives from each Elementary School, Enrichment Opportunities,

and After-school care

 


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"While we try to teach our children all about life, our children teach us what life is all about. "
Angela Schwindt