Golden Valley's Parent Enrichment Program is designed to support families in the Golden Valley community. Throughout the year, we offer workshops, lectures, and articles covering a number of subject areas, including Waldorf philosophy and curriculum, child development, and discipline. In addition to hosting regularly scheduled presentations, Parent Enrichment will select interesting, informative articles to be posted in the bi-weekly newsletter, as well as arranging for occasional, topical presentations at parent evenings.
By providing Golden Valley families with opportunities for learning and deepening of knowledge, we aim to help build a strong community of parents and teachers. Thus we hope to bring further insight and knowledge to the vitally important task of parenting, while creating a common vision and understanding to help us in our working together in support of the children.
Wednesday, November 1, 2017: Edmund Knighton PhD leads a movement workshop titled: Movement Education, Cognition, and Socioemotional Intelligence.
Wednesday, November 2, 2016: Lee Sturgeon-Day lead a workshop titled: Nurturing the Nurturers.
Wednesday, February 1, 2017: Allegra Alessandri leads a workshop titled: Navigating Your Teen's Development
Wednesday, April 5, 2017: Megan Sullivan & Kelly McNeely-Nutting present Adolescents and Media Workshop