Stressless Tests® announces a free presentation entitled "What Are They Thinking?" for parents of middle and high school students who do well in class but don't test well. The presenter will be Betty Caldwell, the Founder and Director of Stressless Tests®.
Join us Tuesday evening October 27 from 7:00 - 8:30 at the Howard County Central Library. Learn about your child's brain-based learning style and the one technique that will improve performance in every class.
Due to limited seating, participants must register in advance by going to www.Stresslesstests.org, then clicking on Presentations. See website for details or contact Betty Caldwell at 410 740-4659 or Bcaldwell@comcast.net.
For Parents & Teens!
HC DrugFree offers educational programs from October to April at Howard County Public Schools and Howard County Public Library branches. While the programs are planned with parents in mind, high school students are encouraged to attend (some high school teachers provide teen students with extra credit for attending). This year's programs include:
Branded D.U.I. - Teen Drinking & the Law
Wednesday, October 7th
7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Atholton High School
Judge Pamela Brown, Howard County Court Representative, and Shawn Germain, member of the Howard County Police Department, will discuss consequences for teens who drink and drive. This program will also show a brief movie, Branded D.U.I.
Teen2Teen - Alcohol, Drugs, & All in Between
Tuesday, November 3rd
7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
A panel of young adults in recovery, sharing their experience with alcohol and other drugs. They will speak about their lives and methods of recovering from their addiction.
Mythbusters - Dispelling Commonly Held Beliefs about Alcohol & Other Drugs in Your Community & School
Tuesday, January 19th
7:00 pm.m - 8:30 p.m.
River Hill High School
Jason Hall from the Howard County Police Department and private drug counselor - Mark Donovan, with Integrative Counseling - will dispel common myths such as, "weed is not addictive" and "my child wouldn't drink or use drugs". This is a highly interactive program.
Programs are free and registration is not required.