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2017-18 Parent Education Programs

  • Right Under Your Nose: Recognizing Signs of Teen Alcohol & Drug Use

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    The NTPA was pleased to host representatives from LEAD to present at "Right Under Your Nose: Signs of Teen Alcohol & Drug Use " on November 1.  Click here to view the E-cig/Vaping video mentioned during the presentation.   For further questions or comments please contact NTPA Program Chair Heather Pigott ( heather.pigott@live.com )

  • ANYA KAMENETZ, “THE ART OF SCREEN TIME: HOW FAMILIES CAN BALANCE DIGITAL MEDIA AND REAL LIFE”
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    Tuesday, February 6, 7:00 PM, Gaffney Auditorium (W)
    FAN and the New Trier Parents' Association present
    ANYA KAMENETZ, "THE ART OF SCREEN TIME: HOW FAMILIES CAN BALANCE DIGITAL MEDIA AND REAL LIFE"
  • College Admissions 101: What’s the Right Fit for Your Student?
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    Wednesday, February 28, 7:00-8:30 PM, Cornog Auditorium (N)
    The NTPA's Class of 2019, in conjunction with the Post-High School Counseling Department, invite you to learn from a panel of admissions officers the kinds of students their schools are looking for.  Panelists will represent a cross-section of various types of academic institutions including a large state school, a highly selective private university, a small liberal arts school, and a community college.  The panelists will share information about their selection processes and the opportunities and experiences offered by schools of their kind.
  • RACHEL SIMMONS, “ENOUGH AS SHE IS: HOW TO HELP GIRLS MOVE BEYOND IMPOSSIBLE STANDARDS OF SUCCESS TO LIVE HEALTHY, HAPPY AND FULFILLING LIVES”
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    Thursday, March 8, 7:00 PM, Cornog Auditorium (N)
    FAN and the New Trier Parents' Association present
    RACHEL SIMMONS, "ENOUGH AS SHE IS: HOW TO HELP GIRLS MOVE BEYOND IMPOSSIBLE STANDARDS OF SUCCESS TO LIVE HEALTHY, HAPPY AND FULFILLING LIVES"
  • DAN CHAMBLISS, PH.D., “HOW A LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE WORKS: THE PRIMACY OF PERSONAL CONNECTION”
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    Thursday, March 15, 7:00 PM, Gaffney Auditorium (N)
    FAN and the New Trier Parents' Association present
    DAN CHAMBLISS, PH.D., "HOW A LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE WORKS: THE PRIMACY OF PERSONAL CONNECTION"
  • Movin’ On Up: What Parents Need to Know About the Transition to Sophomore
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    Wednesday, April 11, 7:00-8:30 PM, Gaffney Auditorium (W)
    Freshman parents are invited to join Winnetka Principal Denise Dubravec, the Sophomore Adviser Chairs, and a panel of current students to learn more about the opportunities and experiences available to students at the Winnetka campus.  The panel presentation and Q&A will be followed by tours of the campus led by Student Ambassadors.  Presented by the Class of 2021.

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