Far Hills Country Day School has created a new Speaker Series, inviting the community to participate in thoughtful and engaging conversations with expert thought leaders.
In the GROW Speaker Series, attendees will receive timely information and useful tips to add to their parenting toolbox to set themselves and their children up for success as they navigate the elementary school and middle school years—and beyond.
“The partnerships we have between our current families and our surrounding community is something we are very proud of,” said Far Hills Country Day School Head of School Georgia Zaiser. “The GROW with Far Hills Country Day School Speaker Series is an opportunity for us to not only connect with our internal parent community but allows us the opportunity to connect and provide resources to the surrounding external community as well. The need for self-advocacy and the quickly evolving digital landscape we now live in have added a level of complexity to parenting. There is no better time than now to not only learn from one another and our experiences, but gain the knowledge and confidence to tackle difficult times head-on with the support of our peers.”
There are currently two scheduled Speaker Series available for registration:
Teens in the Digital Atmosphere: What You Need to Know and Where You Need to Step In
Far Hills Country Day School Head of School Georgia Zaiser and Director of Technology Oliver Forsythe will discuss teens and technology and answer your questions. Bring your child(ren)'s devices to get some hands-on tips and tricks.
March 3, 2022, 6:30–8 p.m. at Far Hills Country Day School, located at 697 US-202 in Far Hills, NJ
Our Children’s Academic, Emotional, and Social Well-Being and How to Empower Your Child through Self Advocacy
Far Hills Country Day School Head of School Georgia Zaiser and Madeline Baulig MSW, LCSW will discuss how to encourage them to advocate for themselves in all areas of their lives.
April 7, 2022, 6:30–8 p.m. at Far Hills Country Day School, located at 697 US-202 in Far Hills, NJ.
For more information about our Speaker Series and to register, visit Far Hills Country Day School’s website, FHCDS.org.
These events are free and open to the public.