Hi Maverick parents! Here are a couple of great opportunities for you to get support and maybe some much-needed answers to your parenting questions:
Rollercoaster of Change – FREE class, September 27, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m., Longs Peak High. Spanish and English translation available, including childcare Rollercoaster of Change
Parents Involved in Education fall and spring class schedule: NewPIECalendar2018c
2017 United States Senate Youth Scholarship Program (USSYP) For North Carolina is available for the permanent resident of the United States who are high school juniors and seniors and those interested in pursuing careers in public service.
Award Amount: Between $50,000 and $60,000
Deadline: November 7, 2017
Applicants can get more information through the given link: United States Senate Youth Scholarship Program (USSYP) for North Carolina
ADHD, Depression, Anxiety, OCD, Bipolar, Schizophrenia…
Do you live with a child, teen or adult with mental illness? You are not alone and NAMI is here to help.
Register now for NAMI classes starting in September in Boulder, Broomfield, Louisville
and Longmont. Contact Helen Todd at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-601-4330.
NAMI CLASSES – FLYER
iTHRIVE is a bi-lingual early intervention program for teens struggling with drugs/alcohol abuse and it is also for the parents of these teens. Through a powerful combination of group therapy, experiential learning, parent education and individual psychotherapy (optional to both parents and teens), iTHRIVE supports an adolescent’s right to joy and productivity and we also support their families in reclaiming hope and happiness. Our groups offer a place for teens and parents to talk and process, receive support, and learn the tools and skills they need for recovery and for repairing relationships. On top of that, teen groups and fields trips demonstrate to them that there are many other ways to enjoy life, disconnect, self-sooth, and feel amazing in their bodies. We work to help teens and families thrive.
TBD in October 2017
Please call 303-776-8184 for more information.
From Nest to Wings 2018
What is From Nest to Wings: From Nest to Wings, is an educational program designed to help high school students and their parents through the college application, decision, and college first year experiences. We meet this objective by providing education seminars and an annual conference.
Seminar Series One
7:00 – 9:00 p.m., September 25, 2017, Front Range CC, Classroom Building, Door C4, Cost is $10/family (no limit on family members)
Session 1 – FAFSA – Alexandra Lepert, Financial Aid Coordinator, Front Range Community College – The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) filing date opens in October so be ready! This workshop is designed to help families understand the importance of completing a FAFSA while highlighting the details and tips for completion. Additionally, there will also be discussion on how to compare Financial Aid award offers and cost of attendance to ensure students and parents are clear on how they will cover the costs associated with college.
Session 2 – Finding the Right College – Jen Rause, Rause College Consulting – What college is the best fit for YOU? With more than 3,800 colleges in the United States, how do you begin to narrow down all of your options? We’ll discuss the many factors of fit that are important to consider when researching colleges and building your college list.
If you are interested in majoring in Music check out this event at BVSD Education center. Click on the link for more information 2017 BVSD flyer.