Livermore Learns Parent Webinars - August 2021

  • August 18, 2021, 7-8pm: Jumpstarting the New School Year for Elementary Students!
    Facilitator: Dr. Liisa Hanninen-Danner, School Psychologist

    Join us to learn some tips for easing your child's transition to the new school year. We'll discuss typical behaviors parents might observe as children and youth adjust to changes in their routine and the "new normal" at school. Topics will include supporting your child's study habits and learning skills. We'll also share ideas for helping children to develop resiliency skills they'll be able to use in the future as they weather the ups and downs of life and come out stronger as a result. Information on what we're learning about the effects of the pandemic on student mental health will also be shared.

    August 19, 2021, 7-8pm: Jumpstarting the New School Year for Middle and High Students!
    Facilitators: Zach Radecke, Counselor, Livermore High School & Jocelyn Rountree, School Psychologist, Del Valle High School

    Join us for some tips to help your teenager transition to the new school year. We'll discuss typical behaviors parents might observe as youth adjust to changes in their routine and the "new normal" at school. Topics will include supporting your middle or high school student's study habits and learning skills. We'll also share ideas for helping adolescents develop resiliency skills they'll be able to use in the future as they weather the ups and downs of life and come out stronger as a result. Information on what we're learning about the effects of the pandemic on student mental health will also be shared.

    August 19, 2021, 7-8pm: Jumpstarting the New School Year for Elementary, Middle & High Students in Spanish!
    Facilitators: Roxanna Pittman, School Psychologist & Veronica Ferreira-Maya, Bilingual Communications Specialist

    Join us for some tips to help your elementary aged child or teenager transition to the new school year. We'll discuss typical behaviors parents might observe as youth adjust to changes in their routine and the "new normal" at school. Topics will include supporting your elementary, middle, and high school student's study habits and learning skills. We'll also share ideas for helping adolescents develop resiliency skills they'll be able to use in the future as they weather the ups and downs of life and come out stronger as a result. Information on what we're learning about the effects of the pandemic on student mental health will also be shared.