|Parent Project returns|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Thursday, 27 June 2013 09:01|
To help parents and teens navigate through the often-turbulent years of adolescence, the Wood County Educational Service Center will once again offer the Parent Project, beginning July 11
The eight-week course teaches proven strategies for preventing teen drug and alcohol abuse, violence, and bullying.
More than 100,000 families all over the United States have completed the course. Its $20 registration fee is refunded to participants who complete all eight sessions.
To register or for more information, contact Greg Van Vorhis at (419) 354-9010.
The class will meet at the Wood County Educational Service Center, 1867 N. Research Drive in Bowling Green.
Featuring components for both parents and their teens, the Parent Project gives pointers on communicating without arguing, resisting peer pressure, and finding alternatives to destructive behavior. It addresses school attendance and performance as well.
The Wood County Educational Service Center offers classes on parenting and other topics year-round in various Wood County locations.
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