The purpose of the Parent Education Committee is to provide speakers, educational programs and resources to HPISD families concerning topics relevant to raising our children to become healthy and responsible young adults.
First, Middle, Last: How birth order plays out in a family and challenges your parenting style
9:30 a.m., Wednesday, March 25, 2015
McCulloch Intermediate School 5/6 Assembly Room
Dr. Kelly Jameson will help identify important patterns of birth order and how you can improve your parenting skills and help each child achieve success at home, school and with peers. In addition to first borns, middle borns and last borns, special segments will also include discussions of only children, sibling conflict and what combination of children is the most difficult. Knowing the benefits and challenges of each birth order can give parents insight on why their children act so differently when then they are all being raised under the same roof! This social science carries more weight than we give it credit for within our homes!
Kelly Jameson, PhD, maintains a private practice in Dallas where she works with pre-teens, adolescents, parents and young adults. She also serves as the Upper School Counselor at Parish Episcopal School where she works with 400 adolescents and their parents on any social or emotional issue that a teen might face! She regularly speaks to parent groups about topics such as stress, the adolescent brain, raising girls, raising boys, and resilience. More information can be found at http://www.drkellyjameson.com
Guest speaker: Donovan Campbell
7 p.m., Wednesday, April 22
HP United Methodist Church, Wesley Hall
Donovan Campbell is a decorated military officer who served three combat deployments, two in Iraq and one in Afghanistan. He was awarded the Bronze Star of Valor for his time in Iraq. Donovan has more than a decade of experience leading teams in some of the most demanding environments imaginable, both on and off the battlefield. He is passionate about bringing a focus on building character and integrity in our community. Click here for an event flier.