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Catechesis of the Good Shepard Volunteer Opportunity

We are looking for volunteers who would be interested in assisting in our new Catechesis of the Good Shepard atrium weekly with our preschoolers. You do not need to have a preschooler in order to serve. Classes begin in October. No experience is required. Time commitment is 2 hours once/week. Please contact Michelle Muck if interested at cgs@scrome.org or 314-601-2984. Thank you!
 

4th Grade Parents Presentation

4th Grade parents are invited to join us for a special presentation. "Entering the Middle Grade Years: Building on Success" will be held on Thursday, December 9th at 6:30 PM. 

 

In today’s world, parents face concerns and decisions that previous generations of parents never faced. Our culture exposes children, from a young age, to material and worries that aren’t appropriate for their development. Neighborhoods and communities offer less support to parents, who can feel like salmon swimming upstream as they try to provide appropriate boundaries for their kids. Today, more than ever, parents need solid advice that gives real-life strategies and suggestions, consistent with their faith.

This presentation is appropriate for the parents of third and fourth grade students. It addresses issues that parents at this stage specifically need, such as brain and social development in the middle grades, social changes and “bullying” concerns, the need for homework independence, and smart early choices with technology.

Presenter: Amy Maus, from West County Psychological Services.

Join parents from Christ the King, Mary Queen of Peace, Our Lady of Lourdes, Our Lady of Pillar, St. Clement of Rome, and Ste. Genevieve duBois schools as we learn together how to navigate raising children in intermediate grades.

Hosted at Our Lady of Lourdes, 7144 Forsyth Blvd. University City Mo. 63105 Please RSVP by Dec. 7th at: https://forms.gle/TzbZ6nPneBtbaddT6

Amy Maus, MSW, LCSW received her Master of Social Work degree from Washington University and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in both Missouri and Illinois. She specializes in services to schools, including consultation within Care Teams, direct intervention with at-risk students, monthly consultation groups for area school principals, and providing presentations and workshops to school-related groups of all sizes. Along with two WCPA colleagues, Amy co-authored The Care Team Approach, a book for school professionals. Amy is also trained to provide psycho-educational testing and she evaluates students for ADHD and other mental health and learning concerns that impact the classroom.