Social Media and Internet Safety presentation – February 22

Do you know what Twitter is? or Instagram? You may not, but your child probably does!

Come join us for exclusive free presentation on Social Media Safety by renowned speaker Mr. Paul Davis sponsored by Lakeview School Council and Grant Alternative Public School. On February 22 at 7:00pm at Grant Alternative Public School (located at 2625 Draper Ave, Nepean), Mr. Davis will provide parents with insightful and important information on how to keep your children safe from the pitfalls and dangers of social gaming and social media. Lakeview Council will be arranging carpool transportation for those that require it – details will be posted soon.

Learn more about Paul Davis.

Does your child have an iPod, iPad, Android, Xbox, PSP, Social media, or access to the internet? Then please join us! A special invitation to Lakeview parents: Social Networking Safety with Paul Davis, Monday, February 22, 7:00 to 8:30, at Grant Alternative School (2625 Draper Ave.)

Beyond ABC’s and 123’s: Building Learning Skills and Confidence in Your Child – January 20

Parents, grandparents are invited to participate in a free presentation at Lakeview P.S. on January 20 at 6:30 PM. This is offered by our Board’s speech-language pathologists. Learn how to be an active participant in supporting your child mental and cognitive development! Free child-minding for ‘school age children’ will be provided by your School Council. Light snacks and refreshments also provided.

Beyond ABC’s and 123’s: Building Learning Skills and Confidence in Your Child

This presentation explains to parents what executive functions are and how to foster them in their school aged child, including explaining the gradual release of responsibility, using declarative language and building independence.

Executive functioning training will focus on how executive function and self-regulation skills are the mental processes that enable us to plan, focus attention, remember instructions, and juggle multiple tasks successfully, and are required to develop and use the learning skills listed on the report card. Each skill draws on elements of the others, and the successful application of executive function skills requires them to operate in coordination with each other.

The main predictor of later academic success is strong executive functioning skills, however studies are showing that children today are more dis-regulated than children 15 year ago.

Lakeview P.S. Speaker Series – How Can I Help My Child With Homework At Home?

Mark your calendars! Lakeview parents/caregivers are encouraged to participate in the second presentation in the Lakeview P.S. Speaker Series. Mme Chantal will provide guidance on how you can help your child at home with homework.
More information will be provided in the upcoming week.
When: Wednesday, November 27th from 6:30pm to 7:30pm.
Where: Lakeview P.S. Library