Darren Laur, the White Hatter, is returning to the Peninsula on Wednesday, November 2, from 6-8 pm at the Sequim High School Auditorium. Darren will be presenting Social Media Safety and Digital Literacy for Parents. All parents and caregivers of teens, tweens, and younger children, as well as interested community members, are welcome to attend.
The presentation will include topics such as cellphone/smartphone and webcam safety; digital peer aggression; social engineering; sexting; when to be concerned as a parent; and how to help keep kids safe online. The event is free and open to the public. Please click below to download a copy of the event flyer.
Prevention Works! believes that Family Friendly Workplaces play an important role in supporting parents and strengthening our community. We are proud to recognize employers in Clallam County who share our belief and understand the value of Family Friendly policies to their workplace and the entire community. Benefits to employers with Family Friendly Workplaces include:
- Greater employee satisfaction and retention
- Maximized employee productivity
- Increased loyalty and morale
- Increased recruitment effectiveness
- Improved work ethic
Employees of Family Friendly Workplaces are often more loyal to their employers, more satisfied with their jobs, and are less stressed due to an improved work/life balance.
Family Friendly Workplace Policy Checklist:
- Flex Time
- Compressed Work week
- Remote Work
- Part Time
- Job Sharing
- Paid Time Off (PTO) and Emergency Time Off
- Shift Swapping
- Occasional Flexibility
- Provide Lactation Friendly Work Place
- Help Families Locate High Quality Child Care
- Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account
- Hosting A Child Care Center On Site
- Educating Employees about the Earned Income Tax Credit
- Hosting / Funding Parent Trainings on Site
- Posting Family Friendly Education Posters
Sequim Pre3 is a parent run preschool cooperate for children ages 10 months to 3 1⁄2 years. It's mission is to provide a child centered environment and a community of support. Parents, grandparents and caregivers attend a weekly class with the child that is led by the Child Educator. The Child Educator is responsible for creating and maintaining an energetic, positive, comfortable and fun environment that encourages learning, interaction and exploration by the children in the program. For more information and a complete positions description, click: Sequim_Pre3_Job_Posting.pdf
REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
The Preventions Works! Parent Education, Advocacy, Services & Support Committee (PEASS) is seeking an independant contractor or contractors to offer parenting support for parents of middle and/or high school students in Clallam County.
First Step Family Support Center invites you to...Make Parenting a Pleasure.
A FREE parenting education series for an exceptional parenting experience.
When: April 7 through June 16 (Thursdays 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.)
Where: First Step Family Support Center
323 E. 6th Street, Port Angeles
For more information, call or text Kelsi at 912-2248.
Includes yummy lunch, childcare, and transportation by arrangement.
This parent education has been funded by Prevention Works! A community Coalition of Clallam County.
First is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
Prevention Works!, in partnership with Parenting Matters Foundation, is pleased to announce United ParenTeen has moved to Port Angeles! ParenTeen is a support group for parents, grandparents, guardians, and caregivers of teens and tweens in Clallam County. Participants will discuss parenting challenges and learn appropriate strategies unique to this age group. Sessions will be held at First Step Family Support Center, 323 E. 6th St, Port Angeles, from 6:30 - 7:30 pm on the following dates:
Please contact Melissa Harris, Facilitator, at 360-461-1072, to RSVP or with any questions. Walk-ins welcome!
For more information, please see the attached flyer: ParenTeen_Flyer_PA.pdf
Mandala Center for Change in association with the League of Women Voters presents the Legislative Theatre Youth Empowerment Project, Friday June 24 and Saturday June 25 at the Vern Burton Center in Port Angeles.
The event begins with a short play based on local Clallam County youth’s real-life experiences. Next audience members will be invited onstage to offer solutions to the problems presented – on the individual, institutional, and government levels. A community dialogue will ensue leading into the “Legislative Theatre” – a mock legislative session during which audience members will propose policy ideas and vote on those they want to see passed. Local legislators, who have been invited to attend and witness the process, will hear all of the information.
For more information: http://www.mandalaforchange.com/events/legislative-theatre-youth-empowerment-project/
First Step Family Support Center is offering Summer Adventure Camp, a program specially designed to help children prepare for kindergarten. Children will learn and practice skills they need to be successful in school. Please cllick on the link for the program flyer. Hurry - Tthere are only 24 spaces available!
Prevention Works!, Parenting Matters Foundation, and First Teacher are offering a 5-session Parenting the Love & Logic Way (TM) training. The class wil meet Thursday mornings from 9-11 am, June 2-June 30 in the Sequim School District Board Room.
Parents will learn how to avoid unwinnable power struggles and arguments, stay calm, set enforceable limits, begin empowering their children, and more! Please click on the link below for more information.
Cost is $10/Adult/Class ($50 for all five sessions).
Attached is the registration for the upcoming event: Trauma Exposure and Compassion Fatigue