” A Conversation with Parents”
Parents we would like to provide you the opportunity to have conversations on various topics pertaining to the education, health, and financial stability for you and your children while gaining information and access to community resources. This forum will be a safe space for you to be engaged and have conversations with other parents sharing experiences and life lessons.
Parent Learning Opportunity with Guest Presenter Ms. Valerie Brown sponsored by Delaware Department of Education
Dec. 16th 6:30-7:30pm “We are Connected” Lesson – Self-care and building positive relationships. Skills – Stress
management, communication, resolving conflict. Social Emotional Learning competencies – Relationship Skills
Building, Self- Awareness
Jan. 27th 6:30-7:30pm “What Are They Thinking”- Lesson – Brain science and Adverse Childhood Experience (ACEs)
Skills – Identifying emotions, stress management. Social Emotional Learning competencies– Self-Awareness, Self Management
Feb. 24th 6:30-7:30pm “Be Accountable” – Lesson – Preparing for self-sufficiency Skills – Organization, self-discipline,
and self-regulation. Social Emotional Learning competencies – Self-Management, Responsible Decision Making
March 24th 6:30-7:30pm “Possibilities and Solutions” – Lesson – Boundaries and consequences Skills – Problem
solving, goal setting. Social Emotional Learning competencies – Responsible Decision Making
For more information on UWDE Services and this initiative please contact
Mr. Ken Livingston at email@example.com
To register and receive the meeting credentials visit:
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