Attend an interactive presentation featuring Dr. Elizabeth Olson of the Collective for Psychological Wellness. Learn strategies to move from fear to strength-based parenting. Find community resources which support parents and youth. Reservations suggested online. $10 adult, free for youth. Scholarship tickets available (select the option when registering).
Join author Julie Lythcott-Haims for a presentation based on her book, "How to Raise an Adult: Break Free of the Overparenting Trap and Prepare Your Kid for Success." Parents will have the opportunity to sign up for book groups. Reservations required online.
Learn about Friends middle school curriculum, meet the teachers, ask questions, and visit the new North campus. Parents and students are welcome. Reservations required: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attend a one-day class for parents of 4th- through 12th-graders to help you become a more confident and consistent parent and create the happy, harmonious family you’ve always wanted. The course is based on the principles of Love and Logic®.
Attend a workshop that provides practical tools and techniques that can change the way your family operates and makes parenting more fun. The early childhood class is geared specifically toward parents of young children, ages 1-10.
Learn important skills with these ongoing parenting classes. Registration required. Meetings are held at a variety of Denver locations. Call 877-695-7996 for more information, resources or a listening ear to parenting concerns.
Learn about the best methods to help students develop intrinsic motivation, based on current research. Presented by New York Times best-selling author Jessica Lahey. Reservations requested. Open to the public.
Learn in depth about Friends Middle School program and curriculum, meet the teachers, ask questions, and visit the new North campus. Parents and students are welcome. Reservations required to: admissions@FriendsSchoolBoulder.org.