HSE PARENT ACADEMY

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2019

HSE Is Proudly Offer The Annual Parent Academy

The Parent Academy consists of a series of inspirational sessions covering a wide variety of topics - from how to help your children regarding their education to bullying prevention and improving health and wellness. It is our hope that as you attend these sessions, you will gain valuable information regarding diverse tools, strategies, and resources that help nurture student's academic, social, and emotional development.

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Schedule

8:30 – 8:45 am: Registration

8:45 – 9:00 am: Welcome


9:00 - 9:50 Session 1

Commons: CyberBullying & Cybersecurity


10:00 - 10:50 Session 2

Commons: Parenting & Mental Health

Library: College Readiness

Room 122: Financial literacy 101 & Home/Auto Insurance

Room 126: Character Development


11:00 - 11:50 Session 3

Commons: Parenting & Mental Health

Library: College Readiness

Room 122: Income Tax & Retirement Planning

Room 126: Character Development

HSE Parent Academy

Saturday, Feb. 9th, 8:45am-12pm

7340 North Gessner Drive

Houston, TX

Professionals will provide information about how to take advantage of programs and resources that are valuable for you and your family.

There will be free childcare. Your student(s) will receive one-day free dress pass since your participation.


Topics


Parenting & Child Development: "When Life is Stressful, What Happens to the Family and What to do about it" The importance of mental health in a stressful world. Negative consequences of stress ranging from physical health to suicide and things to do to reduce stress and improve quality of life.


Cyber Bullying & Cyber Security: How to recognize and prevent children from bullying and cybers bullying.


Financial Literacy 101: Difference between a bank and a credit union, building a basic budget, quick savings tips all at a high level.


Cafe College- College Readiness: Find out why middle school is not too early to start college planning.

Character Development: Develop character and social skills to be successful in the classroom and life.


Building Healthy Family Relationships: Family Relationships are the building blocks to each member of the family progressing to be a productive and mentally healthy piece of the growth process of the entire family unit. It is important that each member understand the part they play in the success or downfall of each member of that unit.

  • We will talk about why it is important to have a healthy family relationship
  • What a healthy family relationship looks like and
  • How we build a healthy family relationship


Retirement Planning: How to be prepared for the retirement.


Tax Talk: All about income tax by the certified public accountant.

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