|Title||Date||Time||Location||Responsible Entity||Program Description||Target Audience||Presenter(s)||Links (if any)|
|The Teen Brain- Under Construction & Under The Influence||04-17-2019||9:15 AM||WAMS||WAMS PTO, Community in Crisis and BT Health Dept.||Learn how the 3 drugs most commonly used by middle and high school students change the brain and the important role parents and schools play in prevention.||Parents||Dr. Melissa Tasse - Neuropharmacologist & Founder, The Honey Bee Foundation
Mike Robertson - Somerset County Prosecutor
Marguerite Cahill - RHS School Counselor
Dr. Barbara Kurlansik - WAMS Student Assistance Counselor
|Transitioning to College with an IEP or 504 Plan||04-23-2019||7:00 PM||Ridge PAC||Departments of School Counseling and Special Services||Come learn about ways to prepare for the college transition|
with an IEP or 504 plan, including specific next steps for
accessing supports and services in the college setting.
|9-12 Parents||School Counselors & Case Managers|
|the nico-teen generation: A Look Inside the Vaping Epidemic||04-24-2019||7:00 PM||BT Mun Bldg - Warren Craft Room||Bernards Township Health Department and Municipal Alliance, Ridge Against Alcohol & Drugs||Get an inside look at the vaping epidemic with RAAD. Hear from students about what's going on with their peers and get a chance to look at actual vaping devices.||K-12 Parents||Ridge Against Alcohol & Drugs (RAAD)||http://www.bernardshealth.org/HDDocuments/Youth/nicoteen%20generation%204%2024%2019.pdf|
|Peaceful Parenting on Purpose||04-29-2019||6:30 PM||LCS Cafeteria||LCS PTO||Carla will share as a seasoned mom and expert, how to restore peace in|
your family life by sharing how to make shifts that change everything!
Relinquish the frustration you feel in trying to control your kids. Restore your sense of calm and confidence. Regain your child’s trust.
|Parents||Carla C. Hugo, Holistic Life Coach||https://www.libertycornerpto.org/ptoaprilmeeting/|
|Nurtured Heart||05-01-2019||6:30 PM||RHS Media Center||Effective School Solutions||The Nurtured Heart Approach® consists of a set of strategies that assists children in further developing their self-regulation and has been found effective with children of all ages.||K-12 Parents||Laine Whitaker, MSL|
|PTO Meeting Culture and Climate - Social Studies Curriculum Presentation||05-09-2019||9:15 AM||WAMS||WAMS PTO||6-9 9:15 to 10am and k-12 10:00 am||Hudock, Raphaels|
|5th to 6th Grade Parent Transition Night||05-14-2019||7:00 PM||WAMS||BTSD WAMS Admin||Transitional meeting and building tours||rising 6th graders||Hudock, Howarth, Sutton and Rychecky|
|Parent Academy: Debunking the College Myth||05-15-2019||7:00 PM||WAMS Media Center||Bernards Township Administrative Team||Join us for a discussion about finding the right college fit.||K-12 Parents||Stephanie Smith, Director of Counseling; Kristin Fox, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum & Instruction; Drew Krause, Ridge High School Principal.|
|Youth Mental Health First Aid Training||05-16-2019||8:30 am - 5:00 pm||BT Library||Bernards Township Health Department and Municipal Alliance||Learn an action plan to help young people going through a mental health challenge or crisis. Intended for parents and members of the community that work with children. Registration is required.||Parents and community members working with youth||Kaitlin Cartoccio, MPH, CHES||http://www.bernardshealth.org/HDDocuments/Youth/YMHFA%20flyer%20May%202019.pdf|
|Transition to Middle School/Curriculum Presentation: Fine, Practical and Performing Arts||05-29-2019||9:00 AM||CH Auditorium||Bernards Township Administrative Team||1. Transition to Middle School 2. What's New in the Fine, Practical & Performing Arts?||1. Parents of rising 6th grade students 2. K-12 Parents||,Michael Fackelman|
|Parent Coffee Talk||6-3-2019||9:00 AM||MP cafeteria||WAMS Admin||Informal conversations about transitional questions||Parents of 6th graders||K. Hudock, C Howarth|
|BTEA Clinic: RHS Summer Reading Book Talk||06-04-2019||7:00-8:00 p.m.||RHS Media Center||BTEA||TBD||Parents of rising 9th-12th grade||Julie Harding & Jennifer Collins|