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Parenting Your Teen Through a Jewish Lens at Gann Academy in Waltham
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Parenting Your Teen Through a Jewish Lens
This eight-session program, offered at Gann Academy, Waltham fosters thoughtful discussion with a skilled facilitator Laila Goodman and a community of parents who, like you, are experiencing the joys and challenges of raising a teenager.
• Parent with intention
• Help your teen make wise choices
• Give yourself and your teen second chances
• Distill practical wisdom from ancient and contemporary Jewish source
Laila Goodman has been teaching biology for over twenty-five years, first as a public school teacher and for most of her career in independent schools. Since 2005, she has taught biology at Gann Academy. She is currently the school’s dean of students. She leads a liberal minyan and a meditation group, and also teaches tefillah at the religious school of Temple Ahavat Achim in Gloucester, Massachusetts, her beloved town. Laila and her husband Barry Moir have two college attending children, one dog, one cat and six chickens who don’t reliably lay eggs.
$155 per person; $250 per couple
Scholarships are available
For More Information contact Raylea Pemstein at 617-559-8708
|Where||Gann Academy 333 Forest St, Waltham, MA 02452|
|Time||8:00 pm–9:30 am|
|Who to bring||Moms, Dads, Families|
|Price||Registration Fee: $155 per person; $250 per couple. Early registration by December 14, 2012 is $135; $200 per couple. Scholarships are available|
More About Gann Academy
Founded in 1997, Gann Academy features a large modern campus with plenty of parking. It also has an athletics program offering soccer, cross country, basketball, baseball, tennis and lacrosse.