March 14, 2018

Special Opportunity to Learn from Parenting Expert

Come hear New York Times best-selling author Dr. Wendy Mogel, whose books The Blessing of a Skinned Knee and The Blessing of a B Minus discuss how parents can raise self-reliant kids.

At this free event, Dr. Mogel will offer guidance from her new book, Voice Lessons for Parents.

This clinical psychologist and acclaimed speaker will share proven strategies to help all parents raise resilient and self-sufficient children. Free and open to everyone! Don’t miss it!

Free Parenting Event
April 4 at 6:30 p.m
Forsyth Country Day School auditorium
Q&A and book signing


Explore a Makerspace Playdate - Ages 4 to 12 Years Old

At Noble Academy, students with learning challenges are no longer different, and this philosophy begins in the earliest grades with innovative, hands-on learning experiences for all. Noble's Makerspace curriculum gives students opportunities to create, invent, tinker, and explore using a variety of tools/materials.

Parents and students interested in learning more about their Kindergarten and Lower School programs are invited to register at On March 20, parents will participate in an informational session/tour while their child will be interacting in the Makerspace area with IDEApath instructor, Johan Madson.

Noble Academy is a private, K-12 day school that serves students diagnosed with ADHD and learning differences.


Summer at Camp Hanes

From big to small, skilled and inexperienced, and from old to young...the real reason campers return year after year is for the friendships. Do you like being challenged out of your comfort zone to try new things and possibly fail? Maybe not, but you are willing to at camp because everyone becomes a family that encourages one another and are willing to grow in front of one another. At YMCA Camp Hanes, it is referred by many as their second home and bubble where people can become their best selves. This is what Camp Hanes strives for: to create a space where friendships are the most important things, only second to safety. Always put safety first, then come down to camp to make some new friends!


This newsletter is sponsored by Forsyth Country Day School, Noble Academy, and Camp Hanes.

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