ParentEd Night 4.21.21 "Building Healthy Teen Relationships - Starts With Us"
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The Truth About Vaping - FamilyEd Night 10.28.20
On Wednesday, Oct. 28 BVMS & BHHS students and parents were invited to learn about Vaping & Weed: the truth, facts, signs and symptoms with Family Physician and founder of ADOLESSONS, Dr. Dolly Klock.Uploaded Oct 29, 2020
In the last 2 years, vaping has increased by 218% among middle schoolers and 135% among high schoolers. Nationally, 5.3 million middle and high school students use e-cigarettes, which means that even if your child is not using these products, they almost certainly have friends who are. Parents play a critical role in the fight to stop the youth e-cigarette epidemic.
Substance Abuse Q&A with Ace
Maple Counseling Center Counselor & Beit T’Shuvah specialist, Arthur ‘Ace’ Salzberg’s shares his personal story about his own experience and recovery from substance abuse.Uploaded Oct 13, 2020
In this video he answers ALL questions about drugs, alcohol, vaping, video game addiction and other addictions. Ace has worked with hundreds of teens who deal with their anxiety and feelings by turning to outside substances.
Stronger Than You Think - Interview with Ali Norman-Franks
Stronger Than You Think is an unprecedented mental health event featuring A-list celebrities, leading brain experts, musical performances, and powerful youth who are raising their voices to speak out about mental health in the midst of the global pandemic.Uploaded Jun 01, 2020
ParentEd Night 12/9/20 "Behind Happy Faces" with Ross Szabo
The ability to manage mental health and address emotions are especially relevant during this pandemic era. With so many struggling, it’s a vital time to teach resilience and learn the warning signs that might signal your child needs extra help. Our country teaches about physical health and diet from kindergarten through the rest of a person’s life. It’s time to do the same with mental health!Uploaded Dec 11, 2020
Highly coveted speaker and author, Ross Szabo joined the BHUSD parent community (TK - 12th grade) on Dec. 9 at 7:00pm to discuss the stigma around mental health issues and provide hope with his charismatic style and relatable approach in teaching parents to talk more freely and increase self-efficacy.
Unite for Zoe 11.14.22 - BHHS Girls Varsity Soccer Scrimmage
On October 13th, 2022, Zoe Suder (10th Grade BHHS Girls Varsity Soccer Athlete) was seen for what everyone thought was a sports-related injury. From rehabbing a hip and knee in Physical Therapy, to bone tumor, sarcoma, and chemotherapy. Her cancer is aggressive and requires an equally aggressive treatment plan. Our goal is to help alleviate the financial burden that ensues so that Zoe’s family can focus solely on her treatment while navigating through this difficult time. With your generous donations, we are certain that Zoe's 'never give up' attitude will carry her through this fight, along with the support from her twin sister Zanny, her family, and friends, both near and far.Uploaded Nov 14, 2022