Community

Parent Education

Campbell Hall’s Parent Education Speaker Series programs brings together parents and other members of the school community with experts in a variety of fields to engage in timely, thought-provoking discussions that inform and enrich our relationships with ourselves and the children under our care. Participants should expect to take away with them important information, a stronger sense of community, and at times, a completely new perspective. 

Stay tuned for more information about our 2018-19 events!Please join us—friends welcome!

Parent Resources

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Contact Us

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  • Sarah Huss

    Director of Human Development & Parent Education

    Jan Weiss

    Parent Education Committee Co-chair

    Julie Heimark and Aileen Cawley
    Parent Education Hospitality Co-Chairs
PAST EVENTS

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  • Fatherhood Dialogue

    Dr. Gary Groch
    September 26, 2017

    During this fun and interactive evening among fathers of students in elementary, middle and high school, psychologist Dr. Gary Groch leads an important conversation about the joys and challenges of fatherhood.

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  • Nurturing Healthy Sexual Development in a Hyper-Sexualized World

    Cindy Pierce
    CO-PRESENTED WITH OAKWOOD SCHOOL
    November 7, 2017

    Cindy Pierce is a social sexuality educator and comic storyteller who is on a mission to give students perspective and information so that they can better navigate cultural, media and peer pressures, particularly around their social lives and sexual relationships. 
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  • The Gift of Failure

    Jessica Lahey
    October 10, 2017

    What's the best way to motivate students to truly own their education, learn deeply and develop resilience? Jessica Lahey, teacher, writer, and mom, will present the case for intrinsic motivation as the key to all of these qualities that will lead to quality of life and success. 
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  • "Traces of the Trade: A Story from the Deep North"


    Followed by Q&A with Director Katrina Browne

    January 9, 2018 • 6 PM

    In this Emmy-nominated documentary (PBS: 2008) filmmaker Katrina Browne discovers that her Rhode Island forefathers were the largest slave-trading family in U.S. history. The film follows Browne and nine family members on a remarkable journey which brings them face-to-face with the history and legacy of New England’s complicity in slavery. 
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  • Building Multi-Cultural Community: Developing an Anti-Racist White Identity

    Jason David
    January 30, 2018

    Jason David co-founded the Alliance of White Anti-Racists Everywhere Los Angeles (AWARE-LA) 13 years ago as a white anti-racist affinity group space for dialogue that grew into a grassroots, all-volunteer organization that now includes a summer institute and activist wing. 
    He facilitates workshops and dialogues that focus on inclusion, equity and diversity as well as developing white anti-racist knowledge, skills and identity. For white people, race and racism continue to be social phenomena that are incredibly influential in shaping our lives and communities, tremendously confusing and challenging to talk about, and frustratingly misunderstood - all simultaneously. This presentation will explore some of the significant factors that affect white people's abilities to look at race and whiteness squarely and honestly. It will also offer pathways and encouragement for doing so, a critical step to take in fostering inclusive, equitable, and multicultural communities. Join us for this important conversation that will help lead us forward as guides and mentors to our children on this most relevant topic of our times.
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