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2017-18 Event Calendar

2017-18 Parent Education Series l Event Calendar

CARLMONT HIGH SCHOOL 

  • Thursday, November 9, 2017, 7:00pm - 8:30pm (CPAC)
  ANGST: Raising Awareness Around Anxiety 
  Documentary Film + Panel Discussion
 
  • Tuesday, March 6, 2018, 7:00pm - 8:30pm (CPAC)
  Rethinking the College Arms Race: What Do Companies REALLY Want?
  Dr. Don Williams + Panel Discussion with HR Directors 
 
  • Tuesday, April 3, 2018, 7:00pm - 8:30pm (CPAC)
  George Anders, Author and Journalist
  You Can Do Anything: The Surprising Power of a "Useless" Liberal Arts Education
 
 
MENLO-ATHERTON HIGH SCHOOL 
  • Thursday, September 21, 2017, 7:00pm - 8:30pm (M-A PAC)
   Lee Daniel Kravetz and Julie Lythcott-Haims
  Social Contagion: How to Catch Resilience
 
  • Thursday, November 16, 2017, 7:00pm - 8:30pm (M-A PAC) 
  Eduardo Briceño, Mindset Works
  Growth Mindset Parenting: The Myths, the Meanings, the Approaches
 
  • Tuesday, January 23, 2018, 7:00pm - 8:30pm (M-A PAC)
  Devorah Heitner, Ph.D., Raising Digital Natives
  Raising Screenwise Kids in the Digital Age
 
  • Thursday, February 15, 2018, 7:00pm - 8:30pm (M-A PAC)
  Melina Uncampher, Ph.D., Institute of Applied Neuroscience (IAN)
  Inside Your Teen's Brain: The Science of Learning
 
  • Wednesday, March 28, 7:00pm - 8:30pm (M-A PAC)
  Roni Habib, Founder, EQ Schools 
  Fostering Mindfulness and Emotional Intelligence in Teens
  
  • Thursday, May 17, 2018, 7:00pm - 8:30pm (M-A PAC)
  Dr. Jess Shatkin, Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist (NYU), Author
  Born to Be Wild: Why Teens Take Risks, and How We Can Help Keep Them Safe 
 
 
SEQUOIA HIGH SCHOOL 
  • Thursday, September 28, 2017, 7:00pm - 8:30pm (Carrington Hall )
  Mary Hofstedt, M.Ed., Challenge Success, Stanford University
  The Well-Balanced Student
 
  • Wednesday, October 25, 2017, 7:00pm - 8:30pm (Carrington Hall) 
Cynthia Colon, Ed.D. 
      Tips, Tales, & Truths for Teens: Advice from a College Admissions Expert (Carrington Hall)
 
  • Monday, March 12, 2018, 7:00pm - 8:30pm (Carrington Hall) 
Vanessa Kellam, Parent Engagement Coordinator, Health Connected
       Tech Sex & Teen Dating Relationships
 
  • Wednesday, April 4, 10:00am - 11:30am (Sequoia Union HS District Office, Birch Room)
   Kiersten Hewitt, Executive Director, FCD Prevention Works
  Just Say Yes: Encouraging Healthy Conversations about Substance Use and Prevention
 
 
 WOODSIDE HIGH SCHOOL 
  • Tuesday, September 26, 2017, 7:00pm - 8:30pm (Woodside PAC)
  Tauheed Zaman, M.D.
   Cannabis and the Young Brain  
 

Register: https://marijuana2017woodside.eventbrite.com

  • Thursday, October 26, 2017, 7:00pm - 8:30pm (Woodside MUR) 
Cynthia Colon, Ed.D. 
       Tips, Tales, & Truths for Teens: Advice from a College Admissions Expert
 
  • Wednesday, January 31, 2018, 7:00pm - 8:30pm (Woodside MUR) 
Eran Magen, Ph.D., Center for Supportive Relationships 
      Managing Emotionally-Intense Conversations with Your Teen
 
  • Thursday, March 22, 2018, 7:00pm - 8:30pm (Woodside MUR) 
Leeana Clegg, Education Outreach Coordinator, Impact Teen Drivers
  What Do You Consider Lethal? Parent-Teen Safe Driving Workshop
 
 

Questions? Contact Charlene Margot, M.A., Director, The Parent Education Series, cmargot@csmconsulting.net

Carlmont

COMING SOON! 

CARLMONT PARENT EDUCATION SERIES
George Anders, Author & Pulitzer Prize-winning Journalist 
You Can Do Anything: The Surprising Power of a “Useless” Liberal Arts Education
 
Tuesday, April 3, 2018, 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Carlmont High School, Performing Arts Center (CPAC)
1400 Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont
 

Info & Tickets: https://georgeanders2018carlmont.eventbrite.com

Is your student taking the right classes? Will your child’s college major help get the right job offers? For more than a decade, the national spotlight has focused on science and engineering as the only reliable choices for finding a successful post-graduate career.

Come learn why resume-writing is fading in importance and why “telling your story” is taking its place. Author George Anders is a contributing writer at Forbes and the author of five books including NY Times bestsellers Perfect Enough and The Rare Find. Anders was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for national reporting.

Parents, students, educators, and community members welcome! Free admission & light refreshments. 

Carlmont Parent Education Series events are sponsored by Carlmont PTSA, Sequoia Healthcare District, and Sequoia Union High School District.

Questions? Contact Charlene Margot, M.A., Director, The Parent Education Series, cmargot@csmconsulting.net

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PAST EVENTS: 

CARLMONT PARENT EDUCATION SERIES
Dr. Don Williams and Panel of HR Experts 
Rethinking the College Arms Race: What Do Companies REALLY Want?  
 
Tuesday, March 6, 2018, 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Carlmont High School, Performing Arts Center (CPAC)
1400 Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont
 

Register: https://donwilliams2018carlmont.eventbrite.com

We hear a lot about “21st Century skills,” but what does that really mean? What kinds of skills or qualities are companies REALLY looking for in their new hires?
 

Come hear from a panel of Silicon Valley HR professionals – Kleiner Perkins, Google, and Hewlett-Packard – responsible for sourcing talent for their companies. Discussion moderated by Dr. Don Williams, Palo Alto child and adolescent psychologist.

Parents, students, educators, and community members welcome! Free admission & light refreshments. 

Carlmont Parent Education Series events are sponsored by Carlmont PTSA, Sequoia Healthcare District, and Sequoia Union High School District.

Questions? Contact Charlene Margot, M.A., Director, The Parent Education Series, cmargot@csmconsulting.net

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CARLMONT PARENT EDUCATION SERIES

ANGST: Raising Awareness Around Anxiety  
Documentary Film + Panel Discussion
 
Thursday, November 9, 2017, 7:00pm
Carlmont High School, Performing Arts Center (CPAC)
1400 Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont 
 

Register: https://angst2017carlmont.eventbrite.com

What's causing the anxiety epidemic in our children and teens? Join us for a Bay Area premier screening of new IndieFlix documentary, ANGST: Raising Awareness Around Anxiety. Film followed by a panel discussion with ANGST co-producer Karin Gornik and mental health professionals. 

This powerful new film features candid interviews with kids and young adults who suffer from, or have suffered, from anxiety. ANGST includes discussions with mental health professionals about the causes of anxiety, as well as help, resources, and tools for students and parents.

Tweens and teens invited to attend with their parents (ages 10 and up).

Counselors, educators, and community members welcome! Spanish interpretation will be available. Free admission & light refreshments. 

Carlmont Parent Education Series events are sponsored by Carlmont PTSA, Sequoia Healthcare District, and Sequoia Union High School District.

Questions? Contact Charlene Margot, M.A., Director, The Parent Education Series, cmargot@csmconsulting.net

Menlo-Atherton

COMING SOON! 
 
M-A PARENT EDUCATION SERIES
Dr. Jess Shatkin, Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist (NYU), Author 
Born to Be Wild: Why Teens Take Risks, and How We Can Help Keep Them Safe 
 
Thursday, May 17, 2018, 7:00pm - 8:30pm 
M-A Performing Arts Center (PAC)
555 Middlefield Road, Atherton
 
 
Acclaimed adolescent psychiatrist and educator Dr. Jess Shatkin brings more than two decades' worth of research and clinical experience to the subject, along with cutting-edge findings from brain science, evolutionary psychology, game theory, and other disciplines -- plus a widely curious mind and the perspective of a concerned dad himself.
 

Parents, students, educators, and community members welcome!

Spanish interpretation will be available. Free admission & light refreshments.

M-A Parent Education Series events are sponsored by M-A PTA, Sequoia Healthcare District, and Sequoia Union High School District.

Questions? Contact Charlene Margot, M.A., Director, The Parent Education Series, at cmargot@csmconsulting.net. For Spanish, contact Lilly Quiñonez, Parent Center Coordinator, at 650-322-5311, Ext. 50255

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M-A PARENT EDUCATION SERIES
 Roni Habib, Founder, EQ Schools 
 Fostering Mindfulness and Emotional Intelligence in Teens
 
Thursday, March 28, 2018, 7:00pm - 8:30pm 
M-A Performing Arts Center (PAC)
555 Middlefield Road, Atherton
 
 
Emotional Intelligence skills are more predictive of a person's long-term success than academic achievement. Teens who are emotionally intelligent are more resilient and optimistic about their lives.
 

What does it mean to be mindful? And how can we support our child’s emotional intelligence? Roni Habib, founder of EQ Schools, will explore what our kids need to thrive and offer concrete tools to help us in our parenting journey.

Parents, students, educators, and community members welcome!

Spanish interpretation will be available. Free admission & light refreshments.

M-A Parent Education Series events are sponsored by M-A PTA, Sequoia Healthcare District, and Sequoia Union High School District.

Questions? Contact Charlene Margot, M.A., Director, The Parent Education Series, at cmargot@csmconsulting.net. For Spanish, contact Lilly Quiñonez, Parent Center Coordinator, at 650-322-5311, Ext. 50255.

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PAST EVENTS: 
 
M-A PARENT EDUCATION SERIES
Devorah Heitner, PhD, Raising Digital Natives 
Raising Screenwise Kids in the Digital Age 
 
Tuesday, January 23, 2018, 7:00pm
M-A Performing Arts Center (PAC)
555 Middlefield Road, Atherton
 
 
2018 kicks off with nationally acclaimed media expert and author of Screenwise, Dr. Devorah Heitner! 
 
 Join us for an inspiring presentation that addresses empathy, boundaries, and etiquette that can set kids up for a lifetime of success as digital communicators.
 
In the digital world, no skill is more crucial than empathy. Learn what it’s like for teens to grow up in a world where school experiences, family life, and friendships are all shaped by digital connection—and how you can share your own wisdom to help your kids become the best people they can be.
 

Parents, students, educators, and community members welcome!

Spanish interpretation will be available. Free admission & light refreshments.

Kepler's Books to offer sales of Screenwise: Helping Kids Thrive (and Survive) in Their Digital World.

M-A Parent Education Series events are sponsored by M-A PTA, Sequoia Healthcare District, and Sequoia Union High School District.

Questions? Contact Charlene Margot, M.A., Director, The Parent Education Series, at cmargot@csmconsulting.netFor Spanish, contact Lilly Quiñonez, Parent Center Coordinator, at 650-322-5311, Ext. 50255.

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M-A PARENT EDUCATION SERIES
Eduardo Briceño, Co-Founder and CEO, Mindset Works
Growth Mindset Parenting: The Myths, the Meanings, the Approaches 
 
Thursday, November 16, 2017, 7:00pm
M-A Performing Arts Center (PAC)
555 Middlefield Road, Atherton
 

Register: https://mindsetworks2017ma.eventbrite.com

What is Growth Mindset Parenting? Parents often wonder what they can do and say to change their child’s mindset from fixed to growth. The good news is that mindsets can change, and there are strategies you can use to enhance your student’s challenge-seeking behavior.

Join Eduardo Briceño, Co-Founder and CEO of Mindset Works, to learn about the latest research in growth mindset – the myths, the meanings, and the approaches to GM.

Parents, students, educators, and community members welcome! 

 Spanish interpretation will be available. Free admission & light refreshments.

M-A Parent Education Series events are sponsored by the M-A PTA, Sequoia Healthcare District, and Sequoia Union High School District.

Questions? Contact Charlene Margot, M.A., Director, The Parent Education Series, at cmargot@csmconsulting.netFor Spanish, contact Lilly Quiñonez, Parent Center Coordinator, at 650-322-5311, Ext. 50255.

 
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M-A PARENT EDUCATION SERIES
Lee Daniel Kravetz and Julie Lythcott-Haims 
Social Contagion: How to Catch Resilience 
 
Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017, 7:00pm
M-A Performing Arts Center (PAC)
555 Middlefield Road, Atherton
 

Register here: https://strangecontagion2017ma.eventbrite.com

From social media to state-of-the art healthcare and education, Silicon Valley is uniquely good at making things that catch. Yet in 2009, Silicon Valley created something that was never supposed to catch but did, ensnaring students, parents, and the community in crisis.  

Join us for an enlightening evening with Lee Daniel Kravetz, author of Strange Contagion: Inside the Surprising Science of Infectious Behaviors and Viral Emotions and What They Tell Us About Ourselves, and Julie Lythcott-Haims, NY Times bestselling author of How to Raise an Adult: Break Free of the Overparenting Trap and Prepare Your Kid for Success and Real American.

Parents, students, educators, and community members welcome!

Spanish interpretation will be available. Free admission & light refreshments. 

M-A Parent Education Series events are sponsored by M-A PTA, Sequoia Healthcare District, and Sequoia Union High School District.

Questions? Contact Charlene Margot, M.A., Director, The Parent Education Series, cmargot@csmconsulting.netFor Spanish, contact Lilly Quiñonez, Parent Center Coordinator, at 650-322-5311, Ext. 50255

Sequoia

UPCOMING EVENT! 
 
SEQUOIA PARENT EDUCATION SERIES 
Kiersten Hewitt, Executive Director, FCD Prevention Works
Just Say Yes: Encouraging Healthy Conversations about Substance Use and Abuse
 
Wednesday, April 4, 2018, 10:00am - 11:30am
Sequoia Union High School District Office, Birch Room
480 James Avenue, Redwood City 
 

Info & Tickets: https://fcd2018suhsd.eventbrite.com

FCD Prevention Works is the world’s leading non-profit provider of school-based substance use prevention services. In this workshop, attendees will learn how to say “yes” to creating and nourishing a climate of prevention. 

Kiersten Hewitt, FCD Executive Director, will discuss what parents can do to keep their kids healthy, and how they can learn to facilitate dialogue with their teens regarding substance use (alcohol, marijuana, e-cigs/vaping, etc.). 

Parents, educators, and community members welcome! Free admission & light refreshments. 
 
Sequoia Parent Education Series events are sponsored by SHSEF, Sequoia Healthcare District, and Sequoia Union High School District.

Questions? Contact Charlene Margot, M.A., Director, The Parent Education Series, cmargot@csmconsulting.net

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PAST EVENTS: 
 
SEQUOIA PARENT EDUCATION SERIES
Vanessa Kellam, Parent Engagement Coordinator, Health Connected
Tech Sex & Teen Dating Relationships 
 
Monday, March 12, 2018, 7:00 - 8:30 pm
Sequoia High School, Carrington Hall
1201 Brewster Avenue, Redwood City 
 
 
Join Vanessa Kellam of Health Connected for a thought-provoking discussion around the sexuality and dating culture of teenage digital natives. Talking points will include the impact of social media and online pornography on relationships, and how parents and trusted adults can engage their children in open and honest conversations. 

Parents will receive helpful hints and learn what they can do to encourage a safe and positive dating landscape for their teens. Contrary to popular belief, teens want parental input and advice about sexual health and relationships. Come and be inspired to engage your teen in a new way! 

Parents, students, faculty/staff and community members welcome! Spanish interpretation will be available. Free admission & light refreshments. 
 

Sequoia Parent Education Series events are sponsored by SHSEF, Sequoia Healthcare District, and Sequoia Union High School District.

Questions? Contact Charlene Margot, M.A., Director, The Parent Education Series, cmargot@csmconsulting.net. For Spanish, contact Mayela Ramirez, Parent Center Coordinator, 650-367-9780, Ext. 63105

 
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SEQUOIA PARENT EDUCATION SERIES
Cynthia Colón, Ed.D. 
Tips, Tales & Myths for Teens: Advice from a College Admissions Expert 
 
Wednesday, October 25, 2017, 7:00 - 8:30 pm
Sequoia High School, Carrington Hall
1201 Brewster Avenue, Redwood City 
 

Register here: https://cynthiacolon2017sequoia.eventbrite.com

Navigating the college admission process is unwieldy for any teenager. Whether your student is the first in your family to attend college, has siblings in college, or parents who graduated from an Ivy League institution, applying to college is new to YOU.

Tips, Tales & Truths for Teens offers a practical road map to follow throughout high school. Whether your student is a rising freshman, sophomore, junior, or senior, the real stories and candid advice will serve her/him well in high school and throughout life.

Dr. Cynthia Colón holds a B.A. from the Annenberg School of Communication at USC, an M.A. in Higher Education Administration from Teachers College, Columbia University, and an Ed.D. from the University of California, Los Angeles.

Parents, students, faculty/staff and community members welcome! Spanish interpretation will be available. Free admission & light refreshments. 
 

Sequoia Parent Education Series events are sponsored by SHSEF, Sequoia Healthcare District, and Sequoia Union High School District.

Questions? Contact Charlene Margot, M.A., Director, The Parent Education Series, cmargot@csmconsulting.net. For Spanish, contact Mayela Ramirez, Parent Center Coordinator, 650-367-9780, Ext. 63105

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SEQUOIA PARENT EDUCATION SERIES
Mary Hofstedt, Ed.M., The Well-Balanced Student 
Challenge Success, Stanford University 
 
Thursday, Sept. 28, 2017, 7:00pm
Sequoia High School, Carrington Hall
1201 Brewster Avenue, Redwood City 
 

Register here: https://challengesuccess2017sequoia.eventbrite.com

When we are too focused on grades and performance, we deny our children the time and energy they need to tackle the demanding work of growing up. In this presentation, you’ll learn how you can establish a healthier home environment for your school-aged student, reduce academic stress without sacrificing achievement, and increase your child’s resilience, creativity, and well-being.

Challenge Success, founded in 2003 at the Stanford Graduate School of Education, partners with schools and families to provide kids with the academic, social, and emotional skills need to succeed now and in the future. Mary Hofstedt, Ed.M., is the Community Education Director for Challenge Success.

Parents, students, faculty/staff and community members welcome! Spanish interpretation will be available. Free admission & light refreshments. 

Sequoia Parent Education Series events are sponsored by SHSEF, Sequoia Healthcare District, and Sequoia Union High School District.

Questions? Contact Charlene Margot, M.A., Director, The Parent Education Series, at cmargot@csmconsulting.net or 650-868-0590. For Spanish, contact Mayela Ramirez, Parent Center Coordinator, 650-367-9780, Ext. 63105

Woodside

PAST EVENTS: 

WOODSIDE PARENT EDUCATION SERIES
Leanna Clegg, Education Outreach Coordinator, Impact Teen Drivers
What Do You Consider Lethal? Parent-Teen Safe Driving Workshop   
 
Thursday, March 22, 2018, 7:00 - 8:30pm
Woodside High School, Multi-Use Room (MUR)
199 Churchill Avenue, Woodside
 

Register: https://impactteendrivers2018woodside.eventbrite.com

Automobile collisions are the leading cause of death for our nation's teens. The overwhelming majority of these crashes are caused by inexperience or distractions—not "thrill-seeking" or deliberate risk-taking. Teens drivers are at the highest risk: the crash rate for 16 years olds is four times that of adults. 

In this workshop, you will learn about:

  • Strategies to keep your teen safe on the road
  • Graduated Drivers Licensing (GDL) laws
  • The Rules of the Road for teen drivers
  • How YOU can stop the  #1 killer of teens in America--distracted driving

Since 2007, Impact Teen Drivers has emerged as a leading nonprofit organization dedicated to reversing the pervasive yet 100% preventable crisis of "distracted driving."

Parents, students, educators, and community members welcome!

Spanish interpretation will be available. Free admission & light refreshments.

Woodside Parent Education Series events are sponsored by Woodside PTSA, Sequoia Healthcare District, and Sequoia Union High School District.

Questions? Contact Charlene Margot, M.A., Director, The Parent Education Series, cmargot@csmconsulting.net. For Spanish, contact Maricela Lopez, Bilingual Parent Liaison, at (650) 367-7263 Ext. 45323.

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WOODSIDE PARENT EDUCATION SERIES
Eran Magen, Ph.D., Center for Supportive Relationships 
Managing Emotionally-Intense Conversations with Your Teen  
 
Wednesday, January 31, 2018, 7:00pm
Woodside High School, Multi-Use Room (MUR)
199 Churchill Avenue, Woodside 
 

Register: https://eranmagen2018woodside.eventbrite.com

Trying to offer support when your teen seems upset or stressed can feel like tiptoeing through a minefield. 

In this highly interactive workshop, you will learn how to be more effective and comfortable offering emotional support when your teen is experiencing strong emotions such as stress, frustration, anxiety, or anger. You will also discover how to respond in a way that helps your child feel better and think more clearly, while strengthening your relationship. 

Dr. Eran Magen is the founder and scientific director of the Center for Supportive Relationships, which provides relational skills training for school districts, higher education institutions, healthcare professionals, and private corporations.

Parents, students, educators, and community members welcome!

Spanish interpretation will be available. Free admission & light refreshments.

Woodside Parent Education Series events are sponsored by Woodside PTSA, Sequoia Healthcare District, and Sequoia Union High School District.

Questions? Contact Charlene Margot, M.A., Director, The Parent Education Series, cmargot@csmconsulting.netFor Spanish, contact Maricela Lopez, Bilingual Parent Liaison, at (650) 367-7263 Ext. 45323.

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WOODSIDE PARENT EDUCATION SERIES
Cynthia Colón, Ed.D. 
Tips, Tales & Myths for Teens: Advice from a College Admissions Expert 
 
Thursday, October 26, 2017, 7:00 - 8:30 pm
Woodside High School, Multi-Use Room (MUR)
199 Churchill Avenue, Woodside 
 

Register here: https://cynthiacolon2017woodside.eventbrite.com

Navigating the college admission process is unwieldy for any teenager. Whether your student is the first in your family to attend college, has siblings in college, or parents who graduated from an Ivy League institution, applying to college is new to YOU.

Tips, Tales & Truths for Teens offers a practical road map to follow throughout high school. Whether your student is a rising freshman, sophomore, junior, or senior, the real stories and candid advice will serve her/him well in high school and throughout life.

Dr. Cynthia Colón holds a B.A. from the Annenberg School of Communication at USC, an M.A. in Higher Education Administration from Teachers College, Columbia University, and an Ed.D. from the University of California, Los Angeles.

Parents, students, faculty/staff and community members welcome!
 
Spanish interpretation will be available. Free admission & light refreshments. 
 
Woodside Parent Education Series events are sponsored by WHS PTSA, Sequoia Healthcare District, and Sequoia Union High School District.
 

Questions? Contact Charlene Margot, M.A., Director, The Parent Education Series, cmargot@csmconsulting.net. For Spanish, contact Maricela Lopez, Bilingual Parent Liaison, at (650) 367-7263 Ext. 45323

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WOODSIDE PARENT EDUCATION SERIES
Tauheed Zaman, M.D. 
Cannabis and the Young Brain 
 
Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2017, 7:00pm
Woodside Performing Arts Center (PAC)
199 Churchill Avenue, Woodside 
 

Register here: https://marijuana2017woodside.eventbrite.com

What does the current evidence show about marijuana (cannabis)? As a parent, what should you know about the potency of today's marijuana - "weed" - and its effect on the developing adolescent brain? Don't miss this critical presentation on "clearing the smokescreen" around marijuana. 

Tauheed Zaman, MD, is an addiction psychiatrist at the San Francisco VA Medical Center and UCSF. He serves on the California Society of Addiction Medicine (CSAM) Committee on Marijuana Policy Reform, and authored the American Psychiatric Association’s position statement on marijuana as medicine.

Parents, students, faculty/staff, and community members welcome!

Spanish interpretation will be available. Free admission.

Woodside Parent Education Series events are sponsored by the Woodside PTSA, the Sequoia Healthcare District, and the Sequoia Union High School District.

Questions? Contact Charlene Margot, M.A., Director, The Parent Education Series, cmargot@csmconsulting.netFor Spanish, contact Maricela Lopez, Bilingual Parent Liaison, at (650) 367-7263 Ext. 45323

Mini-Series

2017-18 PARENT EDUCATION MINI-SERIES

"SAFE AND HEALTHY TEENS"

Sequoia Union High School District Office, Birch Room

480 James Avenue, Redwood City 
 
1) #LoveBetter: Managing Healthy and Unhealthy Teen Relationships
One Love Foundation
Megan Gray, West Coast Coordinator
Friday, March 23, 2018
10:00am - 11:30am
 
 
2) Just Say Yes: Encouraging Healthy Conversations about Substance Use and Prevention
Kiersten Hewitt, Executive Director, FCD Prevention Works
Wednesday, April 4, 2018
10:00am - 11:30am 
 
 
3) S.H.I.N.E. for Sports (Sports Health, Injury prevention and Nutrition Education)
Rhea Subramanian (Carlmont student) & Health/Nutrition Professionals
Wednesday, April 18, 2018
POSTPONED! 
 
 
4) Mindful Parenting: How to Raise Kids While Reclaiming Your Sanity
Leah Weiss, PhD, author of How We Work: Live Your Purpose, Reclaim Your Sanity, And Embrace The Daily Grind
Tuesday, May 8, 2018
10:30am - 12:00pm
 
  

Questions? Contact Charlene Margot, M.A., Director, The Parent Education Series, cmargot@csmconsulting.net

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Margot, Charlene
Founder and Director, The Parent Education Series
 
Questions? Contact Charlene Margot, M.A., cmargot@csmconsulting.net. 
 
Direct: (650) 868-0590
Email: cmargot@csmconsulting.net