From P.A.L. Parents of Accelerated Learners Tonight it’s about The Middle Schooler

A Message from P.A.L. [Parents of Accelerated Learners] :

Bring your questions, your concerns and a friend to the Downtown Community Center for tonight’s:

CRITICAL ISSUES FOR THE NYC MIDDLE SCHOOLER:
Character Education and Bullying
Tuesday, April 9, 2013, 6:30- 8 p.m. at the Downtown Community Center in Tribeca
at 120 Warren Street between Greenwich Street and West Street across from the side entrance to Whole Foods.

We have some great giveaways, so join us at 6:30 for this incredible panel and learn…

What YOU can do to help your child succeed in school, and in life…

Find out more Tuesday, April 9 at P.A.L.’s thought-provoking panel discussion of middle school experts as we share the critical issues facing our NYC middle schoolers. Paul Tough’s book, How Children Succeed sets the tone for a conversation about character education, bullying and more. Parents will gain a better sense of the issues and leave with an actionable list to support your upper elementary or middle school adolescent.

CRITICAL ISSUES FOR THE NYC MIDDLE SCHOOLER: Character Education and Bullying
Tuesday, April 9, 2013, 
6:30- 8 p.m. at the Downtown Community Center in Tribeca

We are fortunate to have Joyce Szuflita, the founder and president of NYC School Help, the go-to resource for Brooklyn Schools, moderating a panel of middle school experts, including: Brother Brian Carty, founder of De La Salle Academy; Christine Karamanoglou, assistant head of the middle school at Leman Manhattan; KC Cohen, coordinator of Community Development at Riverdale Country Schooland Paul Deards, director of the Upper School at Speyer Legacy School.

This session is ideally suited for parents, teachers, counselors and caregivers of mid-elementary and middle school students, but it’s never to early to think about character development.

Register now to join the conversation.  RIISE Members Get In Free-Need PassCode

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For questions, call 212.343.8881

 Regards,
The P.A.L. Workshops Team 

P.A.L. Workshop Series for Parents of Accelerated Learners, 2012-13 Season
Hosted by P.A.L. [Parents of Accelerated Learners]
Downtown Community Center in Tribeca (unless otherwise noted), 120 Warren St, New York, NY 10007  |  Directions

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2 Comments

  1. Posted April 10, 2013 at 12:31 pm | Permalink

    Event was tremendously resourceful. P.A.L. did a great job pulling thought leaders like RIISE member schools, Riverdale’s KC Cohen, and Léman’s Christina Karamanoglou, along with other great thinkers around the challenges of the middle school years! These are the years of countless physical and emotional shifts that can effect character development and grades. I’m a witness!!

    Encouraging news and tips were shared about this transition. The message was clear, that as long as parents and schools are in concert in helping kids balance the beginnings of independent thought, development, peer pressure, and achievement with unconditional love, reinforcement and support of character building, personal desired outcomes, consequences, failure, and recognition of their own inherent “smarts”, before you know it, they will be successful 9th graders. Indeed, there is light at the end of the tunnel, my fellow middle school parents!

    • Posted April 10, 2013 at 12:35 pm | Permalink

      affect vs effect, stumps me from time to time…correction, “that can affect character development…”

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