Parenting Resources

  • Parenting Resources

     

    Internet Dangers for Pre-Teens and Teens

    There has been much information lately on the dangers of social websites.  Pre-teens and teens frequently use these sites as a spot to socialize, but there is an impending danger in that students often place discreet information on the sites making them open targets for predators.  Please become aware of any sites your students are accessing.  Read their blogs.  If you would like any information on possible blogging websites, please contact your student's counselor.

    If you would like to learn more about the consequences of sexting and how to have this conversation with your child, please visit the link on the right titled "Anti-Sexting Resources- For Students & Parents." Your child's school counselor or administrator is always available to discuss this topic as well.

     

    Grief and Loss Resources

    The Coping Kids Program

    This program recognizes that grief is experienced by the entire family.  Four 6-week series for children and teens coping with lass are provided during the school year.  Any child or teen may attend, regardless of whether their loved one was a hospice patient.  Registration is required and can be obtained by calling the Pathways Center for Grief and Loss at (717) 391-2413 or (800) 924-7610.

     

    Newly Bereaved

    How do you know what to expect with the loss of a loved one?  Who do you talk to?  If your loss occurred one to three months ago, consider attending these informative gatherings.  Registration is required and can be obtained by calling the Pathways Center for Grief and Loss at (717) 391-2413 or (800) 924-7610.