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Parent Coffee Talks

For Parents of IB Diploma & Certificate Y1 Students (Class of 2023) –

On Wednesday, May 25, from 7: 30 to 8:30 a.m., IB Coordinator Ms. Nicole Sabet will be offering a presentation on Zoom outlining ending the year strong and preparation for next year, including the calendar of IA deadlines and protocols around projected grades for university. There will be time for questions as well.

JOINING INFORMATION:

7:30 – 8:30 a.m. (please note the calendar says 7:15 but the presentation will start at 7:30)
Meeting ID: 672 940 8730
Passcode: 372759


Grade 8 Transition to High School –

On Friday, May 27, from 1:45 to 2:45 p.m., the HS Counseling Office is welcoming grade 8 parents to discuss the upcoming transition of the Class of 2026 to high school. High School is so excited to welcome our current 8th graders to high school and can imagine the questions parents may have about the transition.

Mr Andy (MS Counsellor), Dr. Nathan (Assistant Principal), and HS counselors Mr. Siedell, Dr. Tawan and Mrs. Deneene will be in attendance to answer questions and share helpful tips to make the transition as smooth as possible for students and parents! 

JOINING INFORMATION:

1:45 – 2:45 p.m.
Meeting ID: 886 1652 1510
Passcode: pPfL45


Previous HS Counseling Coffee Talks

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Understanding the Teenage Brain – November 19, 2021 –

Adolescents and teens can be unpredictable. We often ask ourselves, what is happening in their brains? Thanks to recent developments in neuroscience, we have some answers that help us to understand them more clearly. 

MS Counselor Mr. Andy Krauthoefer presents the Middle School Parent Coffee Talk, Understanding the Teenage Brain, and discusses the incredible potential—and potential danger—of the teenage brain. The talk addresses the development of the brain, how it impacts choice and decision-making, and how to engage in meaningful conversations with your teen based on your understanding of where they are developmentally.