Upcoming Event: No Parent Left Behind: What’s Really on the Minds of Middle School Girls?

The Perrot Memorial Library, in collaboration with the Junior League of Greenwich, proudly present the panel discussion: “No Parent Left Behind: What’s Really on the Minds of Middle School Girls?”

Wednesday, March 2nd, 2016
7:30 PM-9:00 PM
Perrot Memorial Library
Experts in the field of counseling and social media held full-day sessions with over 200 girls ages 11 and 12 concerning friendship, self-esteem, morality, decision-making, and social media. Hear what the girls had to say, and learn how you can partner with your middle-schooler as she embarks upon a new, and sometimes challenging, phase in her life. 
Meredith Gold
Domestic Abuse Services at the YWCA
Sara W. Rawson
Occupational Therapist
Beth O’Malley
Jenny Byxbee
Youth Services Coordinator at the United Way
This event is part of the Junior League of Greenwich’s project, “Positively More,” which aims to give preteen girls the tools to avoid questionable situations, lessen the consequences of potential conflicts, and identify lessons learned by those challenges.
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