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Member School Conferences, Workshops and Events


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Mindfulness For Parenting With Ann Hollar

Date: Wednesday - December 16, 2020
Time: 5:30 PM
Location: Virtual Workshop
Presented By Bush School Parent University


PARENT UNIVERSITY PRESENTS MINDFULNESS FOR PARENTING WITH ANN HOLLAR 

Wednesday, December 16
5:30 p.m.
To register, please click here
 
Please join us for the next virtual Parent University event on Wednesday, December 16 at 5:30 p.m., featuring mindfulness expert Ann Hollar. Ann is a mindfulness instructor in Seattle. She has an M. Ed from the University of Washington and currently teaches mindfulness to parents, teachers, and students in both public and private elementary, middle, and high schools. She is a Certified Mindfulness Instructor through Mindful Schools. During this event, you will learn some mindfulness skills and practices to help stay connected to your elementary, middle or high schooler(s).
 
Due to online platform capacity, advance registration is required, but there is no cost associated with your ticket. Click here to learn more about Parent University or contact Events and Community Engagement Manager Amelia Kramer for further questions.
 
 
 
 
Parent University Yearlong Virtual Series
This year, instead of a full-day conference on the Bush campus, Parent University will be offered quarterly as a virtual parent education series. All sessions are free to Bush parents/guardians and the greater Seattle and Methow parent/guardian communities. 
 
On November 4, we kicked off our virtual Parent University series with an empowering and timely discussion with author Eric Liu, who spoke about the importance of raising civic-minded children and the power of character, community, and the collective. If you were unable to attend this discussion, you can access the event recording here.
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