New London Parent University Pre-Registration

New London Parent University

New London Parent University will take place on Saturday, April 7, 2018, 9 AM - 2 PM, at Winthrop STEM Elementary Magnet School. To pre-register, please choose TWO sessions below. Spanish and Creole translation will be available. We look forward to seeing you!

Name: 

Address: 

Phone number: 

Email address: 

I will need child care: 

How many children: 

Children's age: 

What school do your children attend?   

Do you need transportation: 

Did you attend the Parent University event on October 21, 2017?

Please choose ONE of these three sessions.

Success for All: Conscious Discipline

Conscious Discipline is a proven, comprehensive approach that empowers parents with skills that create a safe, connected, problem-solving environment for families. This session offers strategies for assisting children with developing self-regulation, self-concept, self-esteem, self-motivation, and self-confidence.

Students with Disabilities: Accessing Special Education Services and Resources

This session offers families an overview of special education services, resources, law, individual education plans and more.

Children and Media Practices at Home

This session will discuss the use of electronic equipment by your children at home.  Electronic equipment includes ipads, computers, cell phones and video games.

Please choose ONE of these three sessions.

What Parents Need to Know about Bullying

This session offers information on what bullying is, what to do if your child is being bullied, the due process for children who are bullied, what a district’s legal responsibility is, and what support and resources are available for children and families. 

Substance Abuse: What Parents Need to Know - Does my Child Need Help?

This session will explain the difference between different drugs such as opioids, pills and heroin, will describe some of the substances the youth are using, such as K-2, and will help parents recognize the signs if their children are using illegal substances.  

Recognizing And Responding To Implicit Bias

This session will address how parents, teachers and students can recognize and respond to implicit bias (race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, where they grew up, etc.) in and outside the classroom and the micro-aggressions and discrimination that might stem from them.  

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