Upcoming Educational Programs
Sept. 23 - Brain Performance Institute
The HPISD Parent Education Committee (PEC) is excited to launch programming this year by equipping families to manage stress. We invite you to join us at 7 p.m. on Monday, September 23 at McCulloch Intermediate School. Did you know there’s a way to optimize stress? Did you know you can train (and even repair!) your brain for optimal performance? Why not set the stage for this school year before things get too hectic!
We’re honored to welcome Dee O’Neill, M.S., LPC from the Center for Brain Health for an interactive and engaging presentation to improve brain health and our personal and professional effectiveness. O'Neill is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). She is a board-certified fellow in EEG Neurotechnology by the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance and a HeartMath Certified Trainer. Dee has completed advanced training in Evidence-Based Coaching as well as Foundations of NeuroLeadership. Prior to joining BPI, she worked in the field of Neuroscience for more than 15 years at nationally recognized research and medical centers.
Oct. 21 - Screenagers, part 2. Introducing the second installment of this documentary (we sold-out the first one three times!) We follow the same doctor/main character as she looks further into stress, anxiety, and depression. Her goal in this is to examine where teenagers are “hanging out” in technology and to determine the impact of where and how their time is spent. She will offer specific tools and best practices to integrate at home and in the classroom.
Nov. 18 - Chief David Brown (former Dallas Police Chief) will headline this event and will be followed up with a moderated panel discussion. This event will address bullying, inclusion, and leadership.
Upcoming events to note! (not hosted by the HPISD PEC)