Do you know what your teen is doing on their phone? Jo Langford is a Master’s-level therapist, and sex educator for tweens, teens and parents in Seattle. He will address the most popular apps teens are using; The Good, the Bad and the Ugly – The Three Big Bads; Sexting, Cyberbullying and Porn, and what parents can do about them. He is the author of Spare Me ‘The Talk’! (for boys & for girls) and is featured in Parent Map.
For parents with students in Middle & High School, No children www.beheroes.net
- Shop all day, mention IMS at checkout and a portion of sales will be donated to IMS PTSA
- Come in for treats and drinks while you shop from 9-11 am and 6-8 pm
- Shop Local! Get a head start on your holiday shopping, stock up on gift cards for the year, donate items from the IMS library or Language Arts teacher wish lists and help support the PTSA!
- Make sure your student stops by to turn in their raffle slip to help their Language Arts teacher win a gift card to Island Books!
Lunar New Year (Xieshi)
How can parents and educators empower their children to be successful participants in an increasingly racialized world? Learn from Jason how the stories we unintentionally tell our children have the greatest impact on their racial identity development and steps for empowering families to address racial injustice in a loving, sustainable, humble way. Jasen Frelot is a father, early childhood educator, social justice advocate, and co-founder of Kids and Race Seattle, which has been featured in Parent Map Magazine and on NPR.
For parents with students in elementary and middle school