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Seven Tips for Helping our Kids Reach Their Potential: Parenting Workshop with Author Amillah P. Williamson

Date: Wed, 10/11/2017
Time: 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Location: Main Library - YA Room
Categories: Adult Events

Parents: do you want to help your child soar this school year? It starts with understanding and embracing our role as academic coaches. Attend this parenting workshop to get strategies that you can use right away and re-imagine how we support how children learn. You’ll learn how to: think like a coach, identify the season and moment of your child’s schooling, boost motivation, and how to develop a plan to make this a breakout academic year. These tips and more are featured in Amillah P. Williamson’s new book Our P-Game Matters: 97 Parenting Tips for Our Kids to Improve Focus, Read Like Champions, and Study with Success. Meet the author and engage in this interactive workshop! Our P-Game Matters is about elevating our parenting-game together! Amillah P. Williamson is a proud mother of twins, a Licensed Social Worker, has been working in Montclair Public Schools for years, and was recently awarded the Governor’s Educational Services Professional of the Year award at Nishuane School. Amillah brings her A-game and a creative flair to her work as a school counselor, family therapist, and parenting coach. She earned a Bachelor’s degree from Harvard University and a Master’s in Social Work from Smith College. Our P-Game Matters is her first book.

No registration required for workshop.

Parents who wish to attend can register their children for 3rd floor kids’ activities here after Monday, September 18 (registration required & required).

 

 


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