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Our Upcoming Events

Screenagers: Growing Up in the Digital Age

          SCREENAGERS is an award-winning documentary that probes into the challenges of balancing tech use and family life, including the director’s own, and depicts everyday struggles over social media, video games, academics and even internet addiction. Through surprising insights from authors and brain scientists, solutions emerge on how we can empower [Read more...]

Presentation Hall, Duxbury Middle-High School
The College Admissions Process: An Inside Peek
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  This workshop is ideal for parents and students in the Junior class. Sophomore parents and students are welcome to attend as well. After a brief overview, participants will break up into small groups to take an active role in the admissions process by reading and reviewing mock applications. Round table discussions, led by former college admissions officers, will take [Read more...]

10am - 12pm
Duxbury High School Library (3rd Floor)
Ask the Mediatrician
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How can families establish healthy habits when it comes to media use? Dr. Michael Rich, Director of the Center on Media and Child Health at Children’s Hospital in Boston, Harvard Medical School, and Harvard School of Public Health is a pediatrician, researcher, and father. Dr. Rich will speak to parents of young children, tweens, and [Read more...]

Duxbury Middle-High School, Presentation Hall
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Our Latest News

On sale now – Duxbury Public Schools Calendar 2016-17

Duxbury Public Schools’ 2016-17 District calendar is available for purchase through the DHS PTO. Online, paper calendar, or both – [Read more...]

Sara Ward
Top Ten Takeaways from Executive Functioning with Sarah Ward

The Parent Connection was thrilled to welcome speech and language pathologist Sarah Ward back to the Duxbury Performing Arts Center [Read more...]

Top Ten Takeaways from Anxiety and Depression in the Classroom

Author and Psychologist Nadja Reilly spoke Wednesday, December 2, 2015 to discuss anxiety and depression in our children. Geared toward [Read more...]

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Nearby Events

Here are some events being held by other organizations that we thought you might find interesting.

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Are You Informed?


On Tuesday, March 21, 2017, from 6-8 PM Weymouth Public Schools will host the Norfolk District Attorney’s Office [Read more...]

Looking for SAT Prep Help?


In March 2016, the SAT format changed, and students can now be prepared. Khan Academy offers full-length practice [Read more...]

Need a tutor? Something more for your kids?


Check out the latest tutoring and enrichment classes on the South Shore at the South Shore Learning Lab [Read more...]

Our Previous Events

Here are some of the events we recently hosted, in case you missed them.

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Ask the Author Series: Parenting Without Panic
January 19th, 2017

The Parent Connection, in conjunction with the Duxbury Free Library welcomed Brenda Dater, author of Parenting without Panic: A [Read more...]

Parenting: The Struggle Is Real
November 14th, 2016

Lynne Reeves Griffin RN, MEd, family life expert, returned to Duxbury by popular demand to discuss many of the [Read more...]

Maximize Your Potential: How the Mind-Body Connection Improves Performance On and Off the Field
September 26th, 2016

Dr. Greg Dale, a leading national sport psychologist from Duke University, shared his expertise with students, parents and [Read more...]