THE PARENT PROJECT ®
The Parent Project® is a free, 12-week course that will be offered at Carlmont on Wednesday evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm beginning February 27th. Classes are available to anyone who cares for a child or adolescent. Dinner will be served at 5:30 and limited childcare spaces are available for potty-trained children aged 3 to 15. Attendees will practice/learn parenting skills and receive information about resources and other support available in their communities.
Some of the parenting skills covered are:
*appropriate ways to discipline
*preventing or stopping alcohol, drug and tobacco use
*improving communication skills
*improving grades and school attendance
Here’s what one parent said after taking the course:
"I am a single parent of two teenagers. When I thought my children’s lives were at risk, I felt lonely with no answers to all the problems in our lives. I took the parent project class when my children were struggling, and I finally found hope. This class will help parents have a better relationship with their children, and help them succeed."– Yolanda R.
Carlmont Class will be held in rooms D1 & D3 on the following dates:
Participants are expected to attend all 12 classes In order to complete the course and receive a certificate.
Class size is limited to 25
Signing up does not guarantee your seat in the class, you will receive a separate email confirming your enrollment.
Sign up here
Questions? Want more information?
Contact Michelle Kelley, Carlmont Parent Project Coordinator
MiKelley@seq.org or 650.595.0210 x 39606