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2013 Grad NIght Information

2013 Graduating Parents...find out more about Grad Night for your child, ordering your tickets and how YOU can help!

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Parent Education

Parent Education Seminars * Handout attached*

Choosing a Course: College, Interests & Life After High School, Jan 28th, Wednesday, 7:30 – 9:00 pm, Lynbrook Auditorium. - presented by 'On the Edge of Coaching' staff and LHS Student Panel.
Choosing and applying to colleges and discerning life’s course after high school is a family affair, often filled with excitement and angst. Hear straight from our panel of high school and college students what their challenges are, how they define success and the solutions and tips they’ve identified that support them best. Let us share with you three areas students struggle with most during their high school years, particularly as it relates to college plans. You will be impressed at how articulate and insightful these young adults are. Our hopes are you will walk away with more empathy and understanding to guide them in ways that are more helpful to them from THEIR perspectives, not just your own.

Click here for the handout Resilience.The7Cs.Ginsberg.pdf