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Parent Perspectives

Parent Perspectives is our comprehensive series of parent programs that enriches our partnership with parents while strengthening the sense of community that is a hallmark of BGA.

Whether through guest speakers or the expertise of our faculty, our programs are designed to educate, inspire and support parents as they navigate the transitions and celebrations of their child’s development. Through these expanded opportunities for engagement and learning, we aim to empower parents with information they can use to confidently guide their children through each stage of their schooling journey.

Inventing the Wheel: Helping Kids Use Technology in Healthy Ways

Lower School parents are invited to join us on Friday, October 27, at 8:30 a.m., as we hear from Jeremy Shapiro and Lane Newton from From Within Counseling. They will discuss how to help our kids use technology healthily. Jeremy and Lane are counselors at From Within Counseling with over 30 years of experience working with kids and families, and they are parents raising kids in the jet streams and rip tides of this modern digital age. They will draw from professional and personal experience as they share habits, conversations, tools, and boundaries that can help kids have a strong foundation for being wise, careful, and purposeful in how they use technology.
Location: Sondra Morris and Robert N. Moore, Jr. '52 Center for Arts and Entrepreneurship