Forest Hills Council of PTAs and PTOs is thrilled to offer a complimentary showing of "Screenagers" to the parents and students of our schools on Feb. 20 at 6:30 p.m. in Nagel Middle School's cafetorium. Studies are showing an undeniable link between the increased use of devices and the decline in mental health among young people; the subject of screen time is a tough topic but a very important one.
To reserve your seat, visit http://bit.ly/ScreenagersFeb20.
While all are welcome, the content of the film is intended students in 6th-grade and beyond. Due to contract stipulations, an additional screening or a link to the film is not possible; our apologies in advance. Questions can be directed to email@example.com.
The PTA’s next meeting will be Tuesday, January 16 at 7 p.m. in the Sherwood Media Center.
All parents/guardians of Sherwood students are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Joining the PTA meeting will be employees of Child Focus. They will be talking about kids’ mental health, especially depression and anxiety. This will be a discussion you don’t want to miss.
Presented by Franklin County Sheriff’s Department, Operation: Street Smart, is a collaborative effort between D.A.R.E. & the Special Investigations Unit.
This will be held at the Anderson Center January 5, 2018. 9 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.
It is conducted by undercover detectives, who possess more than 50 years of combined narcotics experience.
The target audience includes: first responders, healthcare workers, school faculty and staff, parents, probation officers and children's services.
In the seminar you will learn how to:
TAKEN FROM MR. HAMILTON'S WEEKLY EMAIL
We've discussed traffic patterns at Sherwood on multiple occasions and are always looking to improve upon what we can do to create a safer, more efficient pick-up and drop-off system.
Over the course of the past week, we have had our school resource officer on site observing traffic patterns and has offered suggestions. Several are more immediate, others will take some planning and will be incorporated into next year's plan.
Some basic suggestions are:
All FHSD parenst are highly encouraged to attend "Staying Safe in a Digtally Connected World." This workshop is being offered on January 25 at 7 p.m. in the Nagel Cafetorium.
In this workshop, you'll learn about the current trends your child will or is using online and how to stay safe.
Speakers include Stephen Smith from Cincinnati Bell and Mary Moore, a Common Sense Media certified educator.
By Heather Goeke and Tracy Huebner