Wednesday Weekly Newsletter

October 12th-October 16th

Stacey High School S2S Team Chosen for Student Leadership Program

Dear Parents,

Stacey Junior/Senior High School’s S2S™ team has been selected to be a part of the fall 2020 Frances Hesselbein Student Leadership Program (FHSLP) the Virtual Team Edition. 24 S2S teams totaling 91 students, from around the globe were selected to participate in this three day event. During the event, they will work with West Point faculty, guest speakers, and MCEC® trainers to develop students’ leadership skills and to create a plan for implementing a project that will benefit the school. The four Stacey participants are Alyssa Berg, Cayla Bren, Christian Kumpf, and Mikayla Hernandez. This event culminates in May of 2021 when the project winners will be announced.
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Digital Etiquette

How much are you teaching your teens about how to behave online? As they spend more and more time online in distance learning, gaming, and social networking, it has become apparent that kids could use some help with learning how to conduct themselves online. Continuing our awareness about bully prevention this month, the following article outlines five things that we can teach our kids about online etiquette to keep them from becoming cyberbullies.

Parent Webinars & Virtual Training

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This webinar will help you with tips and tricks to support your child through this school year. For Military Students

Fall Into Good Study Habits!

Leaving homework to the last minute? Connect with a tutor for helpful study tips to get better organized, or get help with a specific subject or problem. All military families have FREE, on-demand access to online tutors. Click the picture below if you need to set up an account.

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Download the PDF below to register for this webinar.
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Event Code= MCE

Dual Working Families-How to Educate Your Children When Both Parents Work

Wednesday, Oct. 21st, 11am

This is an online event.

This webinar is written for parents. Professionals who work with military-connected children may find it useful, but please remember the target audience is parents. Resources discussed and provided are also intended for parents to use at home with their children. This is an interactive webinar offering research-based information and ideas for participants.

Register for the interactive webinar.

Juazzelyn A. Barrera, MEd, LPC-Intern, CSC

I hope you have found some useful information to help you support your students. Feel free to share any information found on the newsletter with other parents. All information and resources are provided and should be used at your discretion and comfort level.

I would love your feedback! Please take a few minutes and let me know if this information has been helpful to you. Thank You!