Join Us Tuesday, April 9 to Discover How We Can Help Our Children Succeed

It’s one of the most important topics we’ve covered to date, and a discussion you won’t want to miss.

What can YOU do to help your child succeed in school, and in life?

Find out Tuesday, April 9 at P.A.L.’s thought-provoking panel discussion of middle school experts as we share the critical issues facing our NYC middle schoolers. Paul Tough’s book, How Children Succeed sets the tone for a conversation about character education, bullying and more. Parents will gain a better sense of the issues and leave with an actionable list to support your upper elementary or middle school adolescent.

CRITICAL ISSUES FOR THE NYC MIDDLE SCHOOLER: Character Education and Bullying
Tuesday, April 9, 2013, 
6:30- 8 p.m. at the Downtown Community Center in Tribeca

We are fortunate to have Joyce Szuflita, the founder and president of NYC School Help, the go-to resource for Brooklyn Schools, moderating a panel of middle school experts, including: Brother Brian Carty, founder of De La Salle Academy; Christine Karamanoglou, assistant head of the middle school at Leman Manhattan; KC Cohen, coordinator of Community Development at Riverdale Country School; and Paul Deards, director of the Upper School at Speyer Legacy School.

This session is ideally suited for parents, teachers, counselors and caregivers of mid-elementary and middle school students, but it’s never too early to think about character development.

Register now to join the conversation.

To Register: http://palworkshopsnyc.eventbrite.com

See our Blog @ www.palworkshops.wordpress.com

For questions, call 212.343.8881

We hope you can make it!

Cheers,
The P.A.L. Workshops Team

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