HopeSpoke is now enrolling for an Active Parenting Class for Parents of Teens beginning May 23rd from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. The class will be held every Monday through June 27th. The cost of the course is $40; however, this fee can be reduced significantly reduced dependent upon financial circumstances. A workbook/parent’s guide is included. If all 6 sessions are attended by the participant, a $25 gift card incentive is offered. If interested please contact your child’s school counselor.
Attention incoming 6th graders! We are so excited to have you join our Schoo Middle School family next fall. Please consider signing up to attend our Skyhawk Camp either July 23 or July 24. This two-hour camp is run by Schoo’s First Friends and counselors. Incoming 6th graders will have the chance to learn all about our school building and procedures in a fun and exciting way. You may sign up at the Information Night on April 16 or on our Schoo website later in April. #LetsSCHOO!
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Recently our Schoo PTSO meeting included a presentation on the possible connection between the growing use of social media and increased mental health concerns among adolescents. At our meeting we watched a video from a previous SCIP presentation on that topic. Though there is no hard and fast proof that there is causation between social media use and an increase in depression and suicide attempts among adolescents, there does appear to be some sort of association.
Watch the SCIP video here.
Funding through the Community Health Endowment has allowed for HopeSpoke to offer three different Active Parenting Classes for parents specific to their child’s age: Parents of 0-5 Year Olds, Parents of 5-12 Year Olds, and Parents of Teens. The Active Parenting Model is evidenced based with over 20 years of research. Anyone is welcome to participate! Classes include information on reactive vs. proactive parenting, communication, non-violent discipline methods, bonding and attachment, school preparedness, and much more. Each course is offered on a quarterly basis at varying times. Classes are 4 or 6 weeks in duration and meet once per week for 2 hours. The cost per course is $40; however, dependent upon financial status a reduced rate is possible. Participants will receive a parent’s guide and/or workbook, snacks at each class, and an incentive for completing the course. For additional information please contact our office via phone or email email@example.com
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We are pleased to be able to collaborate with Mourning Hope again this year as we work with students who have experienced loss in their lives. If your family has experienced a loss and needs support please visit their website at https://www.mourninghope.org. Mourning Hope offers support throughout the year. Upcoming events are listed below. Registration for these events is necessary.
Our youth are our future’s greatest asset. Schools, parents, caregivers and communities all play a role in providing supportive pathways for our youth as they navigate childhood and adolescence. SCIP (School Community Intervention and Prevention) is partnering with Lincoln Public Schools, Bryan Independence Center and the Lancaster Prevention Coalition to put on a series of valuable presentations about how to support the health and well-being of our community’s youth. These events are open to parents, students, school professionals and community members.