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Boise Public Schools
Winter/Spring 2017
1. Complete the form indicating the group you want to attend.
2. Please use the sliding scale for fees:
Annual Income Cost per Family
Under 10,000 $10.00 _______
10,000-25,000 $20.00 _______
25,000-40,000 $35.00 _______
Over 40,000 $45.00 _______
Lifetime Member $100.00 _______
Entitles member to attend any class for life
*No refunds after first class
Fee Waiver – Available through school counselor
3. Mail this form with a check enclosed to:
Parent Education
8169 W. Victory Rd. • Boise, ID 83709
Tel. 854-4170
Indicate the group you plan to attend.
Class Name: ____________________________________________
Location: ______________________________________________
Street: __________________________________________________
City: ________________________ Zip: ____________________
Phone: Home ________________ Work ____________________
E-mail: ________________________________________________
Parent Education Registration Form
Please send
book fee with
Drug Prevention Education
(By administrative referral only)
Family Survival Training:
At-Risk Instruction and Support for Parents
These classes offer information, practical ideas and
support for parents of at-risk teenagers who may or
may not already be involved in substance abuse.
Focus is on information on drugs and effects of drugs,
tips on building student strengths and improving
family relationships, and providing support for
Student Survival Training for Junior High and
High School Students
Six week closed sessions
focus on the physical
and emotional effects of
drugs, how to develop
personal strengths, provid-
ing support and self-
esteem development.
Drug Free Idaho
Drug Free Idaho offers educational presentations
about the risks and consequences of drug and
alcohol abuse for classrooms, employers, and
community organizations. The active community
coalition gives parents a resource for current informa-
tion and collaborative efforts to create a drug free
culture in Idaho. For more information or to schedule
a presentation, please visit or
call 570-6409.
• Youth Classroom Education and Demonstrations
• Parent Group & Workplace Education and
• Red Ribbon Week Presentations
• Volunteerism & Community Coalition
Please contact our ofce for information
on child care availability
$ = Registration Fee based on sliding scale
= Book required
Please register by mail or in person
at 8169 W. Victory Rd.
For questions or information call
854-4170 or visit our website: under
Parents & Patrons/Parent Education
Parenting Spirited and Strong-
Willed Children
This class will focus on parenting strategies and
practical ideas for parents of strong-willed/spirited
children. Also covered in the class will be anger
management techniques to avoid power struggles,
knowing the importance of considering your child’s
personality and temperament traits, developing
prevention plans to deal with known areas of
conflict, managing homework time, knowing how
to balance rules and consequences with love, and
discussing cognitive thinking patterns that affect
your child’s response to your parenting.
Mountain View Elementary
Jan. 23 - Mar. 6 (Mondays) (no class 2/20)
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Barbara Kennedy & Matt Siron
No child care provided
No book
handouts will be provided
Parenting the Love and Logic Way
This common sense approach to parenting will give
parents practical ideas about:
• Teaching children to make responsible choices
• Setting limits
• Empathetic responses
• Avoiding power struggles
• Consequences
• Helping to develop problem-solving skills
Hawthorne Elementary
Jan. 19 - Feb. 23 (Thursdays)
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Sara Wright & Becky Paslay
(child care provided for 3 yrs. and older)
Adams Elementary
Feb. 2 - Mar. 9 (Thursdays)
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Annie Pierce & Christopher Gibbons
Morley Nelson Elementary
Feb. 8 - Mar. 15 (Wednesdays)
4:15 - 6:15 p.m.
Miranda Palmer & Tenneal Lujan
(child care provided for 3 yrs. and older)
Grace Jordan Elementary
Apr. 3 - May 8 (Mondays)
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Lindsy Thomas & Joni Graham
Please send $10.00 book fee
along with registration fee
Building a Relationship with Your
Teen to Last a Lifetime
Formerly “Parenting Teens with Love and Logic”
Being the parent of a teen is rewarding, exciting, and
quite often challenging. With skills and understanding
you can guide your teen to be responsible, coopera-
tive, and independent. Learn unique strategies that
will make living with a teen more enjoyable and less
This class will focus on helping parents with:
• Building a relationship with your teen
• Adolescent development
• Boundary setting
• Navigating conflict
• Love and Logic strategies
• Parental concerns
Fairmont Jr. High
Feb. 6 - Mar. 13 (Mondays)
(no class 2/20; will be Tuesday 2/21)
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Joan Parsons & Rita Romberg
Please send $10.00 book fee
along with registration fee