In today's world, the ability to multi-task and balance a wide variety of skills and responsibilities is necessary to thrive in the workforce. For this generation, social skills, organization, self-advocacy, and goal-setting will be what sets your student apart. In this series on Executive Functioning, the MPCS counseling department will discuss age-appropriate tools to help partner with parents in teaching students the skills necessary to stay organized and responsible for their own learning success.
Lower School Session - October 19, 9:00-10:15 a.m., Murray Arts Center, Artist Reception Room
Jocelyn Sotomayor, certified Executive Functioning Coach and MPCS middle school counselor, will explain what Executive Functioning is, how it applies to lower school students, and how parents can help their child(ren) learn skills to be organized.
Upper School Session - October 26, 6:00-7:30 p.m., Murray Arts Center, Choral Rehearsal Room
Jocelyn Sotomayor, certified Executive Functioning Coach and MPCS middle school counselor, will discuss what Executive Functioning is and how to implement it with upper school students.