Tuesday, April 20 at 7pm - “Angst” Film Screening & Discussion INDIEFLIX Education has sparked a global conversation about anxiety through screenings of its documentary, “Angst: Raising Awareness Around Anxiety.” Join us on April 20 as Acalanes Parents Club and Campolindo Parents Club co-host a special screening of the 56-minute documentary followed by an informative panel discussion led by the Wellness Center Teams from both schools. Pre-register for this event here.
Friday, Oct 23 from 11-11:45am - Challenge Success reVISION 2020
Join Challenge Success co-founders Dr. Denise Pope and Dr. Madeline Levine in a 45-minute live streamed event featuring NY Times bestselling author Lori Gottlieb as they examine how 2020 has highlighted the importance of how we view well-being and relationships. Topics include what really matters for our children, families and schools, and how education can best support students to become balanced, healthy and engaged learners. This event is a fall fundraiser for the Challenge Success organization, but registration is free. Learn more here.
At John Muir Health Behavioral Health Services, we understand life can be challenging while adjusting to a new pace during this time of uncertainty. We are here to support our community now and into the future. This discussion is meant for parents, although teenagers are welcome to join. Learn to identify signs of teen grief and loss, including coping strategies to help your teen during the COVID-19 global pandemic. Live Streamed to your own home via Zoom. RSVP Required. Register here.
Tuesday, March 10 from 7-8:30pm in the Acalanes Library
Led by Joe Ianora, certified educational coach and licensed marriage and family therapist, this workshop focuses on the issues surrounding families as they enter the new, post-graduation phase of their lives. This workshop is free and no registration is required.
Wednesday, Mar 11 at 7pm in the Acalanes Library
Acalanes Union High School District (AUHSD) welcomes parents to a discussion on best practices related to homework. Administrative staff will review the updated 2019-2020 homework policy and share highlights, successes, challenges and next steps. This event is open to all AUHSD school parents; no advance registration is required.
Thursday, April 9 from 7-8:30pm in the Acalanes Library.
Wrapping up the 2019-2020 Speaker Series, we have David Solo, President of Special Olympics Northern California along with a special guest. They will present a unique program to our community about inclusion in diverse circumstances. Please click here to reserve your seat.
Monday, Feb 24 at 7pm in the Orinda Theater. Hosted by Acalanes BSU & ASB Leadership.
In celebration of Black History Month, the Acalanes Black Student Union (BSU) is hosting this highly acclaimed film. Acalanes Parents Club bought out the theater so the event for parents and students is free! Donations to the Acalanes Black Student Union will be accepted.
Film overview: In this adaptation of a true story, idealistic young lawyer Bryan Stevenson (Michael B. Jordan) takes on cases of death row inmates, but he risks being crushed by his biggest challenge yet when he tries to represent convicted murderer Walter ‘Johnny D’ McMillan (Jamie Foxx).
Tuesday, Feb 11 Let’s Go to the Movies! An Oscar After-party from 7-8:30pm in the Small Theatre As Audrey Hepburn once said, “Everything I learned, I learned from the movies.” Join us for an enthralling conversation with NYU professor Harry Chotiner as he takes us on a deep dive into 2019 films such as Irishman, Marriage Story, Little Women, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and Parasite. Mr. Chotiner will also touch on how the Academy works, the winners and losers, diversity, movie theatre attendance in the U.S. and more! See you after the Oscars! The Small Theatre/Drama room is located on the Quad at Acalanes. Reserve your spot here.
Thursday February 27 from 6:30-8pm in the Acalanes Library. Fostering Resilience in Complex Times with Dr. Dan Peters, Ph.D, Psychologist, Author and Executive Director of Summit Center, will share his wisdom at a presentation you don’t want to miss! The pressure to be successful, get good grades, be a good athlete and develop talents is growing for our children. With it comes the growing parenting pressure to raise children who can compete in the increasingly competitive world. Dr. Dan has devoted his career to the assessment and treatment of children, adolescents, and families in overcoming worry and fear, and learning differences. Reserve your spot here.