About the event:
Being the parent of a junior high school student is a time of great discovery, soaring joy, overwhelming fear
and great possibility. Learn how to parent your 6th, 7th or 8th grader with specific goals in mind so they (and
you!) are prepared for their future.
The District 31 Education Foundation ACT NOW campaign presents an evening of engaging conversation with
Deb Hornell, author, business strategist and mother of three, to discuss parenting with intention. Join Deb to
discover how you can prepare your child for a FULL life ‐ one that is rich with the things they need.
You will learn practical tools to answer the questions:
What do you want for your children – what kind of people do you hope they become?
How can you coach them to define their legacy and take steps to make it happen?
Is the way you’re interacting with your children right now helping them to grow into the healthy,
responsible adults you envision?
About Deb Hornell:
Deb Hornell is a veteran leadership consultant whose personal brand of “Cultivating Environments for Growth” extends into her consulting practice, her family and friendships, and her new book: "Good Things for a Full Life." She’s been helping individuals and companies grow for over 25 years.
Tickets not required, but reservations encouraged to hold your seats.
Please RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org or go to www.actnow4ed.org to RSVP with number of attendees