Sleep hygiene is a variety of different practices and habits that are necessary to have good nighttime sleep quality. Lack of sleep can effect children academically by causing impaired cognitive functioning, impaired attention, symptoms of depression, and memory loss. It can also cause serious health problems and weight gain!
Join us as we welcome Emily Benning, a licensed professional counselor and expert in sleep health offers tips for developing healthy sleep habits that will impact your entire family.
School systems used to be one-size-fits-all. This didn't always work for all students. These days parents have an array of options available to them and they're able to make choices that work for their children. BUT, which choice is the right one?
Join us as we welcome the president of National School Choice Week, Andrew Campenella, This is the largest public awareness effort in the U.S. focusing on opportunity in K-12 education. Andrew will share with us the pros and cons of all of the available options and arm parents with the tools that they need to make great choices for their families.
Safety in schools has been a hot-button topic. When student's basic safety needs aren't met it can interfere with learning. As parents we want our kid's schools to promote a safe and healthy environment free from threats of violence, exposure to weapons, theft, bullying, and illegal substances, but often this isn't the case.
Join us as we welcome Mansfield Chief of Police, Tracy Aaron to discuss the state of safety in our schools and how parents can advocate for the protection of their children.
Are leaders born or are the developed? You may have one of those children who naturally have a line of kids following behind them or one that feels best flying solo. Leadership is both innate AND a developed skill, but how do you bring the best out of every personality?
Join us as we welcome Mariam MacGregor, award-winning author of Everyday Leadership curriculum.
As a consultant, she travels nationally offering program design workshops and trainings with schools , agencies and communities, emphasizing the development of meaningful, sustainable youth leadership programming and educational efforts.
My husband David and I have been married 14 years and have 3 school-aged children. We both work in the field of education but have struggles helping our kids academically just like any parents. As moms and dads, we want our children to do well in life and realize that education is a vital key to achieving that goal. But sometimes we need a little help.
School Dazed features experts tackling a variety of challenges affecting children’s education from bullying, to gaming, to mental health.
Join us. Let's learn together!