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  • Parent Empowerment University Workshops Announced

    Workshops are filling quickly for the 5th Parent Empowerment University (PEU) set for Saturday, March 22, from 8 am to 2:30 pm, at Newtown Middle School.

    Newtown Parent Connection, in partnership with Brookfield CARES is, once again offering this popular, education day for parents and caregivers who wish to be proactive and learn positive parenting strategies for raising children of all ages.

  • Positive Discipline To Be Keynote Address For PEU 2014; Additional Workshop Topics Announced

    The Newtown Parent Connection, Inc., in partnership with Brookfield CARES, announces the return of its popular, parent education day Parent Empowerment University (PEU). This year’s sessions will be offered Saturday, March 22, from 8 am to 2:30 pm, at Newtown Middle School. Registration is necessary for attendees and children.

    PEU is offered to parents and caregivers who wish to be proactive and learn positive parenting strengths for raising children of all ages.

  • Parent Empowerment University Returning In March

    The Newtown Parent Connection, Inc., in partnership with Brookfield CARES, announces the return of its popular, parent education day. Mark your calendars for Saturday, March 22, from 8 am to 2:30 pm, at Newtown Middle School. Registration is necessary for attendees and children.

    This collaboration is offered to parents and caregivers who wish to be proactive and learn positive parenting strengths for raising children of all ages.

  • For Parent Connection: Former NBA Player To Share His Story Of Recovery, April 11 At Brookfield High School

    BROOKFIELD — The Newtown Parent Connection, Inc, and newly organized Brookfield Cares coalition, a merging of the former Brookfield Substance Abuse Coalition and Brookfield Acts, will present a public event on Thursday, April 11, at 7 pm, at Brookfield High School, 45 Longmeadow Hill Road. Former NBA player Chris Herren will speak about his struggle with substance abuse and his road to recovery.

    The program is intended for parents and their children, 11 years and older, friends and neighbors