Free Lecture: “The Middle School Girl: What Parents Need to Know”

Raising a teenage girl during these challenging times is the topic of the lecture, “The Middle School Girl: What Parents Need to Know,” to be given on Thursday, Nov. 10 by David Olson, head of Sacred Heart Greenwich’s Middle School. The free lecture is open to the public and will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the YMCA of Greenwich, 50 East Putnam Avenue.

Reservations are not required. For more information, contact the school at 203-532-3534 or visit the cshgreenwich.org.

“Preadolescence represents a dynamic time in a girl’s life, as there is a remarkable amount of growth and change that takes place during the middle school years,” said Olson, who has headed Sacred Heart’s Middle School since 2005. “While these are exciting years, they can also seem unsettling to the girls (and their parents), as they navigate significant brain development, physical growth and the onset of hormones. Providing the right support, both at home and school, is essential.”

Sacred Heart Greenwich, founded in 1848, is an independent Catholic college preparatory school for girls from kindergarten through twelfth grade, with a coed preschool program called The Barat Center for Early Childhood Education.

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