Teacher and Staff Appreciation Lunch, Wednesday, June 7th

Hello Parents,

Food Donations – Please consider this a friendly reminder to sign-up to bring a homemade dish for our Teachers and Staff Appreciation Lunch next Wednesday, Jun 7th.  All food donations are welcome.

Volunteers Still Needed – If you are willing to volunteer your time on that day please provide your name and email address in one of the spaces allotted.

Fresh Flower Arrangements – If one of our parents has fresh flowers from their garden and would like to create flower arrangements for the Food Table and four round tables where staff sit, it would be greatly appreciated. Please provide your name and phone number in the space allotted on the attached Google document and on the day, please label your vase with your name.

For the sign-up google sheet, please click here

Thank you again for your support and for your contributions!

PAC – Appreciation Lunch Event Team

Childhood Anxiety Presentation – Reminder

All parents and community members are invited to join us this Thursday (May 25) for an evening talk on childhood anxiety by Bethany Michel.

Topic: Anxiety: helping parents/teachers understand anxiety and offering specific techniques to help children in their care
Where: Uhill Elementary library
When: Thursday 25th May, 6pm – 7.30pm
Who: Bethany Michel has a PhD in clinical psychology from Harvard University. Her dissertation focused on children’s beliefs about the malleability of their emotions and how this relates to depression, youth suicide and self-injury. Bethany has extensive research and clinical training in all of these areas.

Childhood Anxiety Presentation – May 25th

Bethany Michel is returning to UHill on the evening of Thursday 25th May, 6pm – 7.30pm to give a talk on childhood anxiety for parents (and teachers).
Her talk is geared toward helping parents/teachers understand anxiety and offers specific techniques they can use to help children in their care. 
Bethany is currently completing a PhD in clinical psychology at Harvard University. Her dissertation focuses on children’s beliefs about the malleability of their emotions and how this relates to depression, youth suicide and self-injury. Bethany has extensive research and clinical training in all of these areas.