“Ten Tips to Stand Tall in Family Relationships,” is the topic of a free workshop March 1 at 7 p.m. at Lawrence High School. The workshop is organized by the Character Team at Lawrenceville Elementary School and is funded by a grant from the Lawrence Township Education Foundation.
The workshop is designed to provide parents of students in the Lawrence Township Public Schools practical tips to maximize relationships. Each tip connects with many aspects of life and can be applied to relationships with children, family, friends, career and one’s self.
The workshop’s keynote address will be presented by “Stand Tall” Steve Bollar. Bollar is a current Upper Elementary School Principal and a former Lawrence Township Public School visual arts teacher. He openly shares his knowledge, experiences and creativity with others. He speaks to parents, students and staff throughout the country on how to think differently about school, education and life.
To register for this free workshop visit www.standtall.eventbrite.com or call the LTEF office at 609-219-0340. Free childcare will be available at Lawrence High School during the workshop.
The Lawrence Township Education Foundation is a non-profit organization devoted to enhancing educational opportunities for Lawrence Township public school students; it has funded more than 450 programs in the Lawrence schools since 1992. For more information about LTEF, the programs it supports, or to make a donation contact Executive Director Ivy Cohen by phone at 609-219-0340 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.