Check Out These Awesome Sessions!


 

Apoyo y Guía socioemocional para padres de familia

Date/Time: Friday, 11:15 AM-12:00 PM
Location: 217 | Language: Espanol | Speaker: Dr. Edith Trevino

Este libro NO es una guía de "sobrevivir", es un guía de cómo "prosperar". Aunque muchos de nosotros pudimos haber sido arrojados a aguas profundas, hemos perseverado.
 

Banco de Alimentos: Familias en la Cocina

Date/Time: Friday, 11:15 AM-12:00 PM
Location: 100C | Language: Espanol | Speaker: Fabiola Gonzalez, SA Food Bank

Padres en la cocina: esta será una presentación interactiva de nutrición con una demostración de alimentos y muestras. Excelente clase donde compartimos tips para padres sobre cómo incluir a los niños en la preparación de recetas como manipulación de alimentos, conocimientos y habilidades culinarias.
 

Cómo el trauma afecta a un niño

Date/Time: Friday, 12:30 PM-1:15 PM
Location: 202 | Language: Espanol | Speaker: Clarissa Zamora, Laurel Ridge

Esta sesión analizará de cerca cómo el trauma afecta a un niño, aumentando el riesgo de problemas emocionales, conductuales, académicos, sociales y físicos a lo largo de la vida. La presentadora también incluirá su propia historia personal. Esta sesión también analizará la investigación que muestra un vínculo entre el trauma infantil y los problemas de salud crónicos. Los asistentes también analizarán la resiliencia en los niños y cómo nuestra comunidad puede ayudar a desarrollar la resiliencia
 

Cómo prepararse de manera efectiva para una conferencia con los educadores de su hijo

Date/Time: Friday, 11:15 AM-12:00 PM
Location: 206 | Language: Espanol | Speaker: Claudia Vargas, Region 20

Venga a discutir cómo prepararse de manera efectiva para una conferencia (o juntas) con los educadores de su hijo. Los participantes explorarán formas de aumentar la comunicación positiva y aprenderán a ver las juntas como un esfuerzo de colaboración que se fomenta mejor cuando se establece una comunicación abierta y de apoyo entre la familia, el estudiante y la escuela. ¡Los participantes se irán con consejos para escuchar, compartir y documentar información de manera efectiva, formular pregunt
 

Consejera: ¿Cómo entendemos bullying y el processo del districto escolar?

Date/Time: Friday, 12:30 PM-1:15 PM
Location: 208 | Language: Espanol | Speaker: Lillian Matutes, NEISD STAN Counselor

Discussing the fundamentals of planning and savings as it pertains to our personal financial journey, while building an understanding of our credit as we learn to ask what’s important.
 

CTE: Carreras tecnicas para prepara estudiantes para el economia y la fuerza laboral de nuestra comunidad

Date/Time: Friday, 12:30 PM-1:15 PM
Location: 205 | Language: Espanol | Speaker: Lucero Saldana and Leticia Peralta, NEISD Family Specialists

Esta sesión incluirá información sobre los cursos de educación y carreras técnicas que están disponibles para los estudiantes y que brindad oportunidades para aprender habilidades de por vida, para preparar a los estudiantes para su futuro. Se compartirá información sobre todos los programas "magnet" de NEISD. Esta sesión garantizara que los estudiantes encuentren una trayectoria profesional después de la secundaria.
 

Dangerous Teen Trends: Vaping

Date/Time: Friday, 11:15 AM-12:00 PM
Location: 209 | Language: English; Espanol translation devices available | Speaker: Samantha Beard, Region 20

Join in as we take a look at the health and legal dangers of vaping. From pulmonary lung disease to nicotine addiction, discover the science behind the concern. We’ll take a look at popular products on the market and more unique items will be shared so you know what to look out for. The presentation also includes new concerns surrounding fentanyl following an increase of adolescent overdoses and deaths in the community.
 

Discovering our emotions in our children

Date/Time: Friday, 11:15 AM-12:00 PM
Location: 207 | Language: English | Speaker: Stephanie Teague and Gilberto Avila, NEISD SEL

An introduction to the importance of validating children’s emotional experiences. Learn how to help children better manage their emotional well-being.
 

Dr. Edith Trevino: Social Emotional Guide For Parents

Date/Time: Friday, 12:30 PM-1:15 PM
Location: 217 | Language: English | Speaker: Dr. Edith Trevino

Parenting is not easy. This pandemic has blindsided us like a car crash, and it punched us in the pansa (stomach) right as we were attempting to get back up. Join us as we discuss ways to help support our children thru social emotional learning.
 

Financial Literacy

Date/Time: Friday, 12:30 PM-1:15 PM
Location: 209 | Language: English | Speaker: Matt Galvan, Credit Human

Discussing the fundamentals of planning and savings as it pertains to our personal financial journey, while building an understanding of our credit as we learn to ask what’s important.
 

Hablando sobre su salud mental

Date/Time: Friday, 12:30 PM-1:15 PM
Location: 207 | Language: Espanol | Speaker: Dr. Dellanos, Focus & Balance

Qué es el ADHD? Cuáles son los signos del ADHD en un niño? ¿Cualquiera puede tener ADHD? Cómo se diagnostica el ADHD? Cómo se trata el ADHD?
 

How to Prepare for a Parent/ Student Conference (K-8th)

Date/Time: Friday, 12:30 PM-1:15 PM
Location: 206 | Language: English | Speaker: Claudia Vargas, Region 20

Come discuss ways to effectively prepare for conference and/or meeting with your child’s educators. Participants will explore ways to increase positive communication and learn to view conferences as a collaborative effort that is best fostered when open and supportive communication is established between the family, the student, and the school. Participants will walk away with tips for effective listening, sharing, and documenting information, framing questions, and more!
 

Igniting Student Passions Through Lifelong Skills

Date/Time: Friday, 11:15 AM-12:00 PM
Location: 205 | Language: English | Speaker: Rebecca Hering, CTE

This session will include information about Career & Technical Education courses available to students that provide opportunities to learn lifelong . This will help to prepare students for their future. Information regarding all NEISD Magnet Programs will be shared. This will ensure students find a career pathway post-secondary.
 

Laurel Ridge: How Trauma Impacts A Child

Date/Time: Friday, 11:15 AM-12:00 PM
Location: 202 | Language: English | Speaker: Clarissa Zamora

This session will take a close look at how trauma impacts a child, increasing the risk for emotional, behavioral, academic, social and physical problems throughout life. Presenter will also include her own personal story. This session will also look at research that shows a link between childhood trauma and chronic health problems. Attendees will also look at resilience in children and how our community can help build resilience in children.
 

NEISD Stan Counselor:Understanding bullying and the district processes

Date/Time: Friday, 11:15 AM-12:00 PM
Location: 208 | Language: English | Speaker: Anita Ford, NEISD STAN Counselor

Attendees will learn about the different types of bullying to include verbal, social, physical & cyberbullying. They will learn about the different roles in bullying situations and how to report bullying. David’s Law and the impact it has on our students will be discussed, along with the most common social media apps that are being used.
 

Resource Fair

Date/Time: Friday, 11:15 AM-12:00 PM
Location: 204 | Language: English/ Espanol | Speaker: Resource Fair Room

Get useful information from various providers from the community.
 

Resource Room

Date/Time: Friday, 12:30 PM-1:15 PM
Location: 204 | Language: Espanol | Speaker: Resource Room

Haga sus preguntas y obtenga información de varios proveedores para la comunidad.
 

San Antonio Food Bank: Families in the Kitchen

Date/Time: Friday, 12:30 PM-1:15 PM
Location: 100C | Language: English | Speaker: Fabiola Gonzalez, SA Food Bank

Parents In The Kitchen: This will be an interactive nutrition presentation with a food demo and samples. Excellent class where we share tips for parents on how to include children in the preparation of recipes such as food handling, knowledge, and culinary skills.
  • What is Family Engagement Training?

    The major goal for our 21st Annual Family Engagement Training is to provide an opportunity for dialogue between parents, guardians, and community members with district and campus staff members on ways to effectively achieve parent and family engagement to improve academic success for all North East ISD students.