STOP interfaith education program to help young people confront stereotyping, prejudice and discrimination is now recruiting new participants in 6,7 and 8th grades! Check out our website http://stoptheprejudice.net, for more information.
SUDBURY — The Sudbury Lincoln Community Resource Awareness Network (CRANE) reminds the community that Sept. 10 is World Suicide Prevention Day, and is providing residents with tips on recognizing signs of depression, especially among teens.
Have you heard that being “overprotective” or “helicoptering” is harmful for kids, but want actual research based strategies to help your kids become more independent? Would you like advice about how to handle challenges around homework, report cards, household chores and more? Jessica Lahey is a middle/high school teacher, a parent and journalist who has… Read More»
Should you be concerned about your child’s behavior or learning? What are the red flags? What are your options? Find out at a free panel discussion with psychologists and learning specialists WHEN Friday, March 11, from 7:30 – 9 p.m. WHERE Peter Noyes Elementary School, 280 Old Sudbury Road, Sudbury WHAT The first in a series of… Read More»
On Sunday, Nov. 22 at 8 p.m. ET, CNN will air the critically acclaimed Sundance film “The Hunting Ground,” a groundbreaking documentary on campus sexual assault in America.
The Students Together Opposing Prejudice (S.T.O.P.) Program is currently enrolling 6th, 7th and 8th graders! The program is a seven-week curriculum targeting middle school students and facilitated by high school students. Through the use of games, activities and peer discussions, participants learn how to recognize and respond to stereotypes, prejudice and discrimination. Eight religious congregations in… Read More»
In the United States it’s estimated that 20 million women and 10 million men suffer from some form of an eating disorder (ED).
High schoolers, meet professional life coach, Michelle Wilson & learn to Transform Stress into Authentic Success! #1 myth about stress How to transform stress instead of trying to get rid of it The key to staying calm in the face of chaos An easy technique for calm on demand A simple trick to change guilt into choice and… Read More»
Although Suicide Prevention Week was officially last week, we would like to provide a few thoughts, statistics, articles and resources about a seemingly taboo subject. According to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, 41,149 suicides were reported in 2013, making suicide the 10th leading cause of death for Americans. Of these reported suicides, 10% were… Read More»
The new school year is less than a month away and the cycle of classes, homework, extracurricular actives and sports will soon be in full force. Before students get swept into their schedules, it is important parents take the time to talk to their children about potential stresses they may face with their peers. Whether… Read More»