Tweens, Teens and Vaping: A Dangerous Addiction
While Massachusetts has imposed a temporary ban on selling vaping products, tweens and teens throughout the country have been using e-cigarettes and getting hooked on vaping.
The underground market still provides these dangerous products to youth in Massachusetts.
Tracy Rose-Tynes, MS, BSN, RN, manager of School Health Services in Cambridge, Mass., has extensively researched the impact of e-cigarette use on tweens and teens. She will provide the facts, the most current research and the answers about why this is such a dangerous addiction. Find out -- once armed with this knowledge -- what you can do to stop the trajectory of this deadly health epidemic.
“Educating youth and adults around the issues of vaping has become my passion, explains Ms. Rose-Tynes, "and with every presentation, I hope to change the trajectory of use and the illnesses associated with e-cigarette use.”
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Dearborn Academy Annual Benefit
The Dearborn Academy Annual Benefit brings together supporters, families, faculty, alums, educators and local leaders to celebrate the success of our students and the hard work of and innovative strategies used by our dedicated staff. Past events have raised funds to support a new music program, purchase equipment for our state-of-the-art shop programs, outfit our gym and start new cutting-edge programs.
Arts and Crafts Sales
Twice a year, Dearborn Academy's young artists offer a few pieces of their best work -- from unique hand-crafted jewelry to sculpture -- for sale to the general public. For many of our students, the Arts and Crafts Sale provides a special entrée into the world's of work, arts and crafts. This year's Winter Arts and Crafts Sale took place on Thursday, December 20th. Watch this space for the next one! View the 2019 flyer.
Howard Rossman Speakers Series
Thinking Differently about Learning Differently
The 2019-2020 Thinking Differently about Learning Differently Speaker Series again promises to bring you the latest thinking about the varied ways in which students learn, the cornerstone of the Dearborn philosophy.
Be sure to be part of these dynamic community discussions and presentations. All of these Dearborn Academy events and activities are free and open tothe public.
Tuesday, November 12, 6-:00-7:30 p.m.: Vaping: A Dangerous Addiction Tracy Rose-Tynes, MS, BSN, RN
While Massachusetts has imposed a temporary ban on selling vaping products, tweens and teens throughout the country have been using e-cigarettes and getting hooked on vaping. The underground market still provides these dangerous products to youth in Massachusetts. Learn the facts about this addiction and find out what you can do to stop the trajectory of this deadly health epidemic.
Tuesday, January 21, 2020, 6:00-8:00 p.m.: Growing Up Stressed? Or Growing Up Mindful? Dr. Chris Willard
You can help students and yourself overcome stress by practicing the therapeutic technique of mindfulness. It rewires your brain and body and makes you more resilient, no matter your age.
Thursday, March 12, 2020, 6:00-8:00 p.m.: Understanding PANS/PANDAS Panel
A group of parents and experts will share information about these little know and often misunderstood syndromes. Learn how infection may trigger a wide range of neuropsychiatric responses, including OCD, ADHD, generalized anxiety, mood lability, rage, tics, marked shifts in reading and math skills, and separation anxiety.
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