January 22, 2017

Bullying and Cyberbullying, February 22 and 29th

Is your child a victim of bullying or cyberbullying?
How can you tell?
What can parents do to help protect their children?
Is your child a bully?
How do you know?
Does it matter?

The American Association of University Women Napa County Branch Bullying/Cyberbullying Task Force will answer these questions and more for parents.

This program is offered three times this month,  with child care and Spanish translation to be provided in all locations:

River School Parents with Harvest School Parents – February 22, 6:30 pm
Phillips Charter School Parents – February 29th –  – 8:30-10 am and also  6-7:30 pm

What attendees say about this award winning presentation:

–“Very informative and good handouts. I have a better understanding of what to do with my child and my students!”

–“Excellent presentation; so valuable! Is it possible to get a copy of the PowerPoint? Thank you!”

— “Gave clear things teachers can do. Teachers have to be willing to step in. Computer in family room, not bedroom.”

–“Handouts are excellent.”

— “Keep up the good work. You educate parents very clearly.”

The Task Force works with the NVUSD to help parents recognize symptoms of bullying and cyberbullying. Coping strategies are presented as well as resources for parents to take home. This is a must attend event.

For questions regarding this training, contact Sallyann Berendsen 256-3894 or sallyannber@yahoo.com. Refer to our website at www.aauwnapa.org.  For additional questions contact Laura Mooiman, NVUSD Program Specialist & BEST Coach 259-8447 or lmooiman@nvusd.k12.ca.us.

This post is also available in: Spanish