School district to host three family workshops on navigating a diverse world

The Piedmont Unified School District said Friday it will host three family workshops in May designed to help children “thrive within and navigate throughout a diverse world.” “Everyone Belongs: How We as Parents Can Help Children Thrive in a Diverse World” will be held in the Havens Elementary School library from 6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Sessions are organized by age:

May 2 — Upper Elementary: Grades 4 – 7

May 4 — Secondary Students: Grades 8 – 12

May 11 — Early Childhood: Birth – Grade 3

According to the announcement, the workshops will cover:

  • Ways in which parents across the community have led discussions around the kitchen
  • table
  • Tips and tricks that are age appropriate to “bring in your child” in difficult situations
  • or conversations
  • Skills, strategies, and access to resources to help your child feel like they belong
  • How to sustain your own sense of self and build resiliency as a parent

Register HERE for any of the sessions.

Contact Director of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging Dr. Marguerite Vanden Wyngaard with questions: Phone: (510) 594-2862

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