Eureka Union
School District


Strengthening the Relationship with My ChildTop of Page

In a continued effort to provide useful resources and tools for our families, the Eureka Union School District held another parent educator workshop in line with our Parent as Educator Workshop Series. On January 17, a parent workshop was held to explore "Strengthening the Relationship with my Child: Thoughts, Beliefs & Strategies for Academic Success."  The event, held at Olympus Junior High School, was well received with over 50 parents in attendance. The workshop was designed to help parents and educators explore thoughts, beliefs and strategies to strengthen our relationships with our children so that appropriate resources and supports can be provided in school for academic success.  To view the presentation slides, click here.

A staff meeting regarding strengthening relationships

Celebrating Neurodiversity: Exploring ADHDTop of Page

In a continued effort to provide useful resources and tools for our families, the Eureka Union School District held another parent educator workshop in line with our Parent as Educator Workshop Series. On October 26, a parent workshop was held in celebration of ADHD Awareness Month’s theme “Knowing is Better!” The event, held at Maidu School, was well received with over 75 parents in attendance. The workshop was designed to help parents and educators explore ADHD and recognize signs to evaluate challenges so that appropriate resources and supports can be provided in the school or workplace. 
 A conference on the subject of ADHD  A conference on the subject of ADHD

Parenting with Balance: When to Help and When to Get Out of the WayTop of Page

A staff meeting regarding parenting with balanceOn January 12, 2017 the third in a series of parent as educator workshops was held in which Dr. Patricia Brunner discussed one of the challenges for today's parents to provide a life filled with loving parents, enrichment opportunities and academic excellence while still allowing their kids to be kids and learn the lessons from life that will allow them to become more confident and competent adults.
 

How to Be a Good Digital ParentTop of Page

On November 2, 2016 the second in a series of parent as educator workshops was held in which
Stacy Martin, parent and Senior Privacy Manager for Mozilla presented and took questions and
answers regarding how to be a good digital parent.
 
                                                      A meeting in the cafeteria regarding how to be a good digital parent
 

Tips and Tools to Overcome Homework HeadachesTop of Page

A staff meeting in the cafeteriaOn September 22, 2016 the first in a 
series of parent educator workshops was
held in which Karen Chappelear, M.Ed.,
presented and took questions and answers
regarding tips and tools to overcome
homework headaches.

Keys to Learning: Sensory ProcessingTop of Page

A staff meeting regarding sensory processing
On March 10, 2016 the fourth in a series of parent educator workshops was held in which Tara Delaney, M.S., O.T.R., presented and took questions and answers regarding the keys to learning sensory processing.

Effects of Sleep on Learning and MemoryTop of Page

A staff meeting in the cafeteriaOn February 2, 2016 the third in a series of parent educator workshops was held in which Drs. Ken and Ursula Hempstead, Board-certified pediatricians, presented and took questions and answers regarding the effects of sleep on learning and memory. 

Raising Happy, Resilient ChildrenTop of Page

A staff meeting in the cafeteriaOn October 20, 2015 the second in a series of parent educator workshops was held in which clinical psychologist, Dr. Patricia Brunner, presented and took questions and answers regarding raising happy, resilient children.

Effects of Technology on the BrainTop of Page

A staff meeting in the cafeteriaOn September 29, 2015 the first in a series of parent educator workshops was held in which pediatric neurologist, Dr. Michael Chez, presented and took questions and answers regarding the effects of technology on the brain.

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