Calendar of Upcoming Events

  • PRN logo We are proud of the programs we have lined up for this school year. All of our programs are FREE and made possible by monetary donations or donations of space and expertise. We would like to thank all of the PTO’s in the KM School District for their financial support!! Our evening presentations were selected based on the feedback we received from parent surveys that were administered at the end of last school year. Continue to check back to our “calendar of events” section as we will be adding new programs during the year.  We also appreciate, but do not require, you reserving your seat in advance for our events by following the “click here” links in the event descriptions. This helps us tremendously with our planning and is much appreciated.  

     

    UPCOMING EVENTS FOR THE 2018-19 SCHOOL YEAR 

      

    March 6, 2019 6:30-8:00pm, Cushing Activity Center, “5 S’s of Self Esteem” presented by Deanna Marincic of GALS Institute.
    There has been an increase in anxiety disorders, experimentation with substances to self medicate along with increased dependence on social media. Learn about what todays trends are and what you as a parent can do to strengthen your relationship with your child while instilling leadership and confidence skills. The 5 S's comes from a successful event created to help kids build self esteem and leadership. Deanna Marincic of GALS Institute, is excited to share her experiences on ways to use these skills at home and help parents create opportunities to build strong healthy leaders. Register at https://5sofselfesteem.eventbrite.com.

     

    March 11, 2019, 10:30 a.m.-Noon, Yoga 4 All, "Healthy Eating - Farm to Table" presented by Gwenyn Hill Farm. 
    Farmer Laurel Blomquist, has ideas for getting your kids to try vegetables and even grow to love them. Laurel is the Head Gardener at Gwenyn Hill Farm, a brand new 400 acre organic farm in the town of Delafield. She is passionate about eating local and incorporating vegetables into your diet. Laurel will talk about what a CSA is, how theirs works and what they are growing. Linda Halley, the General Manager of the farm, will talk about future plans for the farm and the benefit of eating organic, both for people and the environment. Linda was a pioneer of the CSA movement in Wisconsin and has 25 years of experience in organic farming.  Coffee donated by Cafe Buzzz in Wales. Please register for the free event at https://organicfarm.eventbrite.com.

     

    April 4, 2019, 10:00 a.m.-Noon, Brandybrook Community Center, “Date Safe Video & Discussion” video presented by Mike Domitrz, discussion presented by Alissa Darin.
    Founder Mike Domitrz gives parents tips and advice that will help empower you to talk to your teen about dating as well as being an upstander at parties. After the video there will be a discussion lead by Alissa Darin, Director of Learning: K-12 Grade Counseling for the KM School District. This event is for parents, educators, and adult community members. Register at https://kmdatesafevideo.eventbrite.com

     

    RESCHEDULED from January! - April 15, 2019, 6:30-8:00pm, Cushing Activity Center  “Sanity Saving Parenting Tips” presented by Kimberly Krueger.
    Parenting is the most important job we will ever do and it is worth every effort to do it well. Taken from her 30 year parenting experience, She will help you sharpen your skills, and prepare your kids for the real world while saving your sanity: Put an end to ridiculous arguing, Never be afraid to look dumb so your kids can get smart, Failure is welcome here. Register at https://sanitysavingtips.eventbrite.com.