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September 30, 2019

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MRH Middle School and MRH Elementary School Present Parent University

Parents and guardians, it's time to go back to school.

We plan to host several sessions for families and caregivers related to topics that the staff of MRH Middle School and MRH Elementary are currently studying. This information will be grounded in research and will allow participants to make connections between what that research says and what is currently happening in schools. 

Dr. Brian Pearlman, Parent University presenter.Parent University Session #1: “Trauma 101." Presenter: Dr. Bryan Pearlman

Students who have experienced trauma are coming to our schools in record numbers. Our hearts bleed for these kids, but empathy is not enough. We have to set the bar high and help all students to reach their potential. Current research, real-world scenarios, data, and strategies will be shared with participants. 

Wednesday, October 16, 6:00-7:00 pm. 

Location: MRH Elementary Gym, 1800 Princeton Place, Richmond Heights, MO. 63117. 

About the presenter: Dr. Bryan Pearlman is a veteran educator with experience as a teacher, principal, and central office administrator. His expertise is helping all children to succeed, challenging behaviors, trauma, school improvement, and data-driven decision making. Bryan has presented to over 25,000 educators. He has been a featured speaker at the Missouri Association of Elementary School Principal’s conference, Maine Principal’s Conference, School Social Worker Association Regional Conference, and is a graduate adjunct professor at Maryville University. He is the founder of Most Valuable Professional Development, LLC (MostValuablePD.com), the practice manager for Dr. Lena Pearlman & Associates (STLmentalhealth.com), and the co-founder & board member of the non-profit - Distinguished School of Mental Health & Wellness (DSMHW.org). 

For more information, contact MRH School District at (314) 644-4400.