PEN’s Mission is to increase youth resiliency and parent skills by:
- Engaging and supporting all parents, the community, and youth
- Providing research-based information and best practices on preventing high risk behavior
- Identifying parent, community, and youth strengths, and building on them
- Fostering thriving, resilient youth
Monarch High PEN will hold Informational Meeting on Monday, September 11th 7:00PM @ Monarch HS. All are welcome!
More details to follow on upcoming PEN events at MHS. Please contact us if there are specific parenting issues which you would like addressed at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here’s a quick preview of what’s in store for the first semester of the 2017-2018 school year for the Boulder Valley PEN.
Click to learn more and mark your calendars so that you don’t miss out!
6:30 PM at Fairview High School
A Year of Strength-featuring Dr. Elizabeth Olson who will share the psychology behind fear and how we can move into strength in parenting and other aspects of our lives.
Fawnda Hathaway will be on hand to Kick Off a resiliency book group and share other book groups which parents can join throughout the year.
6:30 PM at Broomfield High School
Documentary film screening on raising kids in the digital age with after discussion.
Author, Julie Lyhcott-Haim, will present at Dawson School.
Open to the public. PEN will kick-off book groups based on book.
6:30 PM at Boulder High School
A Collaborative event with Fairview High where you can learn more about opioids and the impact on youth in our community.
Please remember PEN in your annual giving.
Monarch PEN Liaison