Backpacks, pencils, notebooks…
As we prepare for our children to head back to school…have we prepared ourselves as parents to empower our children with the tools to keep them from becoming statistic?
CLICK HERE to download or view some simple prevention tips to be sure your off to a good start.
Bullying Tips for Parents
Standing up to peers is a hard thing to do for people of all ages. But you can make it easier for kids by giving them the confidence and the support they need to do so. CLICK HERE to view some ways parents can help children develop these traits.
How to talk to your kids
CLICK HERE to download this helpful brochure.
“Safe Home” Pledge
Safe Home Parents agree to cooperate with schools, law enforcement and young people to create a healthy atmosphere in which the use of drugs and alcohol is no longer the “norm.” This is to protect our children from the alarming increase in alcohol and drug use among our youth. Click here to download or view the Parent "Safe Home" Pledge.
Parent/Teen Driver Contract
The purpose of this agreement is to establish rules and expectations regarding use and operation of an automobile. Click here to download or view the Parent/Teen Driver Contract.
Talking to Your Child About Sex
In a study this year of more than a 1,000 tweens (kids between the ages 11 and 14), commissioned by Liz Claiborne Inc. and loveisrespect.org, nearly half said they'd had a boy- or girlfriend, and one in four said that oral sex or going "all the way" is part of a tween romance. CLICK HERE to learn more about talking with your child about sex.