January 22-27: National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week
National Drugs and Alcohol Facts Week is a national health observance linking teens to science-based facts to SHATTER THE MYTHS® about drugs. For more information and for tips on how to talk to your kids about drug use, click here.
Jan. 29 & 30: Enough as They Are: Helping Teens Move Beyond the Impossible Standards of Success
Today’s teens may seem more successful yet they’ve also never struggled more with anxiety, stress and depression. Author Rachel Simmons exposes the dilemma of a narrow, unattainable vision of ‘success’, translates the toxic messages that teens have internalized, and provides the tools young people need to practice self-compassion, and pursue purpose to let them know they are enough as they are. There are two opportunities to see this event.
Jan. 29th @ 7pm, College of DuPage McAnnich Arts Center 425 Fawell Blvd. Glen Ellyn
Jan. 30th @ 12pm, Marquardt Center 1860 Glen Ellyn Rd. Glendale Heights
Glenbard Parent Series 2018-2019
Join other parents, high school and middle school students, and professionals to learn about issues facing today’s youth. The Glenbard Parent Series engages top experts, parents and school staff to become proactive and informed in pursuit of the mutual goal to strengthen our communities. Programs are free and open to the public.