Cardington implements first Creating Lasting Family Connections training session


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Courtesy photo Students, parents, guardians and faculty of Cardington-Lincoln School District met to implement the first of their training events.


Cardington-Lincoln School District K-6 parents, guardians and students got their first training session in the school system’s “Creating Lasting Family Connections” program last week.

The district wide program is part of a recent ‘Federal Guidance’ grant the school district recieved.

Those in attendance enjoyed a light meal provided by the Chester Arbor Gleaner Fraternal Insurance members and served by Judy Decker employee of Cardington Market and Whetstone Industries.

Future programs will be held every Thursday evening during the month of February.

Families interested in attending can call the elementary school for further information. Topics covered will include reflections on parenting, communicating feelings, use of feedback, family feelings, as well as developing and implementing effective consequences, are taught by the school guidance staff. There is no cost to the participants. The light meal is served at 6:00 p.m., the program begins at 6:30 and ends 7:30 p.m.

Courtesy photo Students, parents, guardians and faculty of Cardington-Lincoln School District met to implement the first of their training events.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2016/02/web1_DSCN0897-1.jpgCourtesy photo Students, parents, guardians and faculty of Cardington-Lincoln School District met to implement the first of their training events.

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