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Getting Inside Your Teenager's Head
Being a parent to a teenager can be a challenge--but here's an opportunity to ask questions and get some useful information from a professional.
The Case High School PTSA will present a question and answer session called "Getting Inside Your Teenager's Head" on Thursday, April 19 at 7 p.m. in the Case Theater.
Local therapist Paul Rohling, a licensed clinical social worker with expertise in family counseling, will be available to address your everyday concerns and help you and your student cope with what's going on in the high school years.
The program is open to parents of Case students.
The PTSA will hold its regular monthly business meeting beforehand at 6:30 p.m.
More About J.I. Case High School
J.I. Case High School is home to the Eagles and a variety of academic programs designed to bring out the best in its students. It is the only high school in the Racine Unified School District to offer an international baccalaureate program. Students report to one of three sub-schools, each identified by one of the school colors: green, gold or white. There is a strong Parent, Teacher, Student Association to support teachers and student achievement.