The Problem with Discipline a presentation at Argyle Secondary School – Small Gymnasium

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Argyle Secondary School - Small Gymnasium

The North Vancouver Parent Advisory Council invites you to attend an evening presentation with Christopher Burt, a Parenting and Family Development Specialist. Mr. Burt will discuss techniques that parents can use to effectively influence their child’s behavior.

Learn more at http://www.northvanpac.org/2015/02/register-for-tickets-to-problem-with.html

Please pre-register at https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/the-problem-with-discipline-tickets-15748049841

For more information about this event please call us at 604-903-3300

 

About Our School
The primary role of Argyle Secondary School is to assist the student in the ongoing process of becoming an educated person by providing a nurturing environment.

Ideally, the educated person is thoughtful and capable of making independent and informed decisions. This individual is curious, interested in lifelong learning, capable of acquiring, evaluating, sharing, and communicating information and able to draw from a broad spectrum of knowledge. The individual is self-motivated, has a sense of self worth, pursues excellence, strives to be physically healthy and derives satisfaction through achievement.

This person is a responsible citizen who respects others, accepts the importance of the family, community, nation, and the world, and is aware of Canada’s cultural heritage. This individual has the skills necessary to function in and adapt to a changing world.

 

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