PARENT EDUCATION NIGHTS
John Hay’s Educational Series called “ Parent Education Nights” are individual discussions focusing on topics that are important to our school and community. These sessions are held monthly throughout the year and are open to the public and all members of the Queen Anne community, when indicated. Our goal is to provide useful information on timely relevant topics that affect our children.
TECH Q&A, Thursday, September 10th 2020 at 5PM, virtual event
Teams? Schoology? Huh? It's a lot of work getting your student set up for a virtual school year. Let us help you! On Thursday, September 10th at 5 PM, join us for a Tech Q&A to get your questions out there and (hopefully) answered!
Join us for our very first virtual PEN event by clicking this link.
Questions? Please contact Angela Clement.
HOW TO GROW REMARKABLE KIDS
Thursday, February 27, 2020, 6-8:00pm in the John Hay Library
Want to invite cooperation, responsibility, and help calm big emotions?
Frustrated that your kids won't listen? Join us for this fun evening to
learn how to support social emotional development at home. The
Positive Discipline framework will be introduced to learn how to
discipline with firmness and kindness, have fun as a parent, and set the
foundation for important social and life skills. Help your child feel a
sense of belonging and significance through mutual respect and encouragement.
Julietta Skoog is a Certified Positive Discipline Trainer, with degrees in School Counseling and School Psychology and 15 years of experience in Seattle Public Elementary Schools. Her expertise includes early child development, autism, learning disabilities, anxiety, and behavior disorders, as well as leading groups and classroom lessons based on Positive Discipline, Social Thinking and Mindfulness. She is the mother of three children and the co-founder of Sproutable, an online resource that helps parents raise good kids who grow up to be remarkable adults.
This is an adults-only evening. Thank you!
EMPOWERING STUDENTS TO BECOME GLOBAL CITIZENS
Tuesday, Nov 12, 2019 6-7:30pm in the John Hay Library
Our students are participating in a series of five daytime enrichment lessons that explore how privilege, inequality, power dynamics, and social justice play into our daily lives. The goal is to empower students to learn more about their ever-expanding community, develop perspective, and understand their role as global citizens. Come experience the “grown-up” version of this class series and learn more.
This is an adults only evening. Thank you.
Link for more information: http://www.nea.org/tools/empowering-students-to-improve-the-world.html