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Parents often assume that teen parties are still the same as when they were young. BHHS parents were in invited to a "REALITY PARTY on Sunday, October 23, 2022". By attending our BHHS Reality Party, parents face the current realities of today’s “out of control” teen parties – competitive drinking games, fights, random hookups, drug usage and even sexual assaults. Parents tour a staged home for a "teen party" in Beverly Hills. Student-actors from Beverly Hills High School will be portraying common party activities in the unpredictable 2022 social scene. Tours were every half hour from 2:00pm through 5:30pm. After each 30 minute tour, you’ll have the opportunity to engage with a panel of experts during a productive 30 minute Q&A. Parents received tools on how to communicate with their teens and discovered new ways to help safely guide their young adults in the Beverly social scene. Research has proven that teens with whom parents communicated with about drugs/alcohol and partying safely, tend to make safer choices and are less likely to participate in risky behaviors. An eye-opening experience exclusively for BHHS Parents 9-12th grades only (no students).
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