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Feb082018

Partnership for Student Success | "Responding to bullying: tips and resources for parents"

The Office of Student Affairs and the Learning Enhancement Programs present:

Partnership for Student Success
Parents and Professionals Coming Together to Share and Learn Strategies to Empower Students

The ACS Athens IIC Learning Enhancement Program is proud to continue an initiative established to address parents' and educators' collective interest in the well-being and development of students. Parents and professionals are cordially invited to join "Partnership for Student Success", a series of presentations and forums that will provide the opportunity to share and learn strategies to empower student learners. Sessions will be scheduled monthly and will include a presentation on a topic related to promoting students’ academic, emotional and social well-being followed by a discussion of the topic.

"Responding to bullying: tips and resources for parents"

Date: Thursday, February 15 2018, 9:30 - 11:00 am

Venue: Conference Room (Administration Building, second floor)

Speaker: Mr. Stelios Kalogridakis, Middle School Counselor

R.S.V.P. for each session to Ms. Vicky Koumbouni at koumbouniv@acs.gr

For more information contact Mrs. Chris Perakis, Director, IIC Learning Enhancement Programs, 2106070283, or Ms. Danai Papaioannou, Student Affairs Officer, 2106070227.

Topics to be discussed:

  • Cyber bullying: Review of status and Prevention Efforts
  • Overall school approach to Bullying
  • Student Resources
  • Parent Resources
  • Healing the scars of bullyinging

Mr. Kalogridakis was born and raised in New Brunswick, New Jersey. He received his Bachelor of Arts in History from Rutgers University in NJ, then his Masters of Arts in Teaching from Boston University, and holds both Massachusetts and New Jersey teaching certifications. He has also completed extended course work for a Masters in Clinical Psychology from the University of Indianapolis.

Mr. Kalogridakis has been a counselor at ACS the last 10 years and is in his 3rd year as the Middle School Counselor. Throughout his career at ACS Athens, Mr. Kalogridakis has supported students during times of crisis (including issues of bullying) and has provided them with emotional support and practical information on coping strategies to reduce stress and improve their well-being.

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