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January 10th 2018

Saleema Noon Sexual Health Educator Visits Brockton

Not all parents are comfortable talking to their children about sex, but all parents can learn to be comfortable. During this open and informational session, parents will come to terms with sexual health, and will understand how it fits into the lives of their children at this stage of life. Attendees will discover how to easily overcome embarrassment when talking about sexual health, learn words and concepts that are easy to use, and leave well equipped to clearly answer the questions children ask. The workshop is light hearted, but delivers straight and current facts on how parents and children can work together to promote good sexual decisions for a lifetime. Please join us for this informative Presentation for Parents. 
Where:  Brockton School- Grade 6 room
When:   6:30pm -7:30pm January 29th, 2018
This session will give an overview of student presentations and, using humor and straight talk in an open, interactive environment. Our presenter will show parents how easy it is to convey healthy, meaningful messages about sex and growing up to young children.
The Students' sessions will take place during the school day on Tuesday January 30th.
NOTE: The content of these sessions is supported by current research as being age appropriate and we believe that it contributes to healthy child development. Some of the topics Saleema Noon Sexual Health Educators cover in their workshops extend beyond the learning outcomes of the BC Physical and Health Education curriculum. For this reason, participation of students is not manditory.  Attendance at the parent presentation is strongly encouraged, but not manditory.
Please inform Nichole Carrigan if you do not wish your child to participate in these workshops. Please also feel free to phone Nichole Carrigan if you have any questions and/or concerns about Saleema Noon Sexual Health Educators’ presentations.

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