Graduation season is upon us! We congratulate everyone who has a child moving schools or divisions or even matriculating to the next grade.
Be Involved, Be Informed,
We provide education, information and a communication network to inform parents about social and developmental issues. With these tools we strive to help parents communicate openly, effectively and consistently with their children.
Panel discussion on
March 2015 Fathers Only
Some of the almost 200 fathers who attended Fathers Only
did so becausetheir wives told them to come, others came
of their own volition.The standing room only crowd viewed
excerpts of the Academy Award winning film Boyhood ..
April 2015 School Rep Luncheon
You care deeply about your child’s nutrition. You’ve read the frightening
statistics on the obesity epidemic surging in America. So you read labels.
You limit sugary treats . . .But is that enough?
PIA’s Signature Teen Panel
February 2015 TEEN SCENE
New York City is a singular place to be a teenager, but the young
panelists at Parents in Action’s twenty-ninth annual Teen Scene event
agreed that parents should relax; most of them are doing just fine.
May 2015 Mother's Day Benefit
Faye De Muyshondt, author of socialsklz:-) spoke at PIA’s
annual Mother’s Day luncheon. Social skills – “the missing
piece in American education” - are the foundation for everything
we do, they build self-esteem, and are vital to success in today’s
fast paced, technological world.
ARE YOU PASSIONATE ABOUT
YOUR CHILD’S ONLINE SAFETY?
UNDERSTAND THE TECHNOLOGY
AND THE SITES THEY VISIT
Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015 7:00 - 8:30 PM
Trevor Day School, 4 East 90th Street
Hear Chauncey Parker, Special Policy Advisor in the
Manhattan District Attorney’s Office; and Liz Repking,
Founder of Cyber Safety Consulting, discuss the dangers
the Internet poses to our kids and the “nuts and bolts”
of staying a step ahead.
Fall Benefit 2015 with FRANK BRUNI
Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2015 12 - 2:00 PM
at the Cosmopolitan Club, 122 East 66th Street
Support PIA! Join us at our Fall Benefit Luncheon and hear
renowned New York Times journalist Frank Bruni on his new book -
Where You Go Is Not Who You’ll Be: An Antidote to the
College Admissions Mania.
As parents of high school students, you want your children to have the best possible options when it comes to selecting a college…
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Learning how to use social media is an imperative life skill for today’s youth and their parents. Parents can empower their children with the knowledge to make good choices in the use of all forms of technology and social media. With proper coaching and guidance, today’s tweens and teens may well prove that social media is not the death of a generation but the impetus for its growth and development.