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Parent and Community Education Night-Helping Your Student Manage Stress

Parent and Community Education Night

Open to all SRVUSD Parents/Guardians

 

Helping Your Student Manage Stress

 

Thursday, March 15, 2018 at 7 p.m.

 

At Monte Vista High School Theatre

 

Teen stress is an important health issue. The early teen years are often marked by physical, cognitive, and emotional changes. Teens are also dealing with changing relationships, demands at school, pressure to succeed in life, college concerns, family tensions, and crammed schedules. Many are not prepared to handle high levels of stress and over time this can lead to depression and anxiety.

 

  • Presentations by Discovery Counseling Center and Contra Costa Crisis Center.
  • They talk to many of our students on a regular basis and are in touch with the many demands our students are facing.
  • Learn practical tips for parents in helping to support our students and build resiliency.

 

We hope to see you there!

Posted by: Meaghan K, District Admin, San Ramon Valley Unified School District Published:2/27/18
Audience: Homepage and Homepage


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