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Ritenour High School to Offer Husky Parent-Guardian Learning Summit Oct. 24

Husky Parent-Guardian Learning Summit Oct. 24 Be part of the Ritenour High School’s first Husky Parent-Guardian Learning Summit from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 24 at Ritenour High School and gain valuable information about parenting your high school teens.

Parents and guardians of high school students will choose to attend three of the various learning sessions presented by counselors, administrators and other professionals during this first summit. This event will give adults the opportunity learn valuable information, enjoy a few snacks, meet other parents and win great attendance prizes. Attendance prizes  include gift cards, free RHS chromebook insurance ($20 value), a pair of free prom tickets (valued at $50 per person), free family athletic passes (a $50 value to attend unlimited home football, basketball, volleyball, wrestling competitions) free RHS parking permits (valued at $50 for on-campus and $20 off-campus permits) and more!  

This is a free event for RHS parents and guardians. Attendees can choose any three sessions from the list below:

  • Preparing for College, presented by Julie Kampschroeder, RHS college and career counselor 
  • Preparing for the Workforce, presented by Adriana Quevdeo-Boter, RHS business teacher
  • Setting Boundaries--Safer Homes, Schools and Online Communities, presented by Keaton Strong, RHS crisis intervention specialist, and Will Luu, RHS school resource officer
  • Study Habits and Time Management, presented by Laura Reid and RHS Leadership students Harry Zossoungbo and Chelsea Drair 
  • Monitoring School Progress -- PErspectives from a Teacher and a Parent, presented by RHS math teacher Danielle Swallow and parent Rob Weissler
  • The Bridge Between Toxic Stress and Wellness, presented by Kelsey Burns and Emily Luft (from Alive and Well Communities in St. Louis)

Child care (for ages 3-12) and interpreters are available upon request by Oct. 22.

Please RSVP:

For more information, call (314) 493-6105.