Families for Depression Awareness is presenting a free “Understanding Teen Depression” webinar 7-8:15 p.m. ET March 21. Presenter Rebekah Gibbons will provide an overview of teen depression. The webinar also will cover communication strategies for teens and parents, treatment options, where to get help and what to do if help is refused.
The program is designed for parents, guardians, caregivers, youth workers and any adults interested in teen mental health. If you are worried about a teen, new to the topic, proactively seeking education or in need of a refresher on teen depression, this webinar is for you. Visit the Families for Depression Awareness website to register.
Students & Staff will be participating in the LLS Student Series "Pennies for Patients" to demonstrate how important their contribution and efforts are in the advancement of blood cancer cures. Across the US and Canada, millions of students raise funds in honor of local patients. Friends, family and neighbors can all contribute to the classroom and school totals! By participating in Sharp Middle School's Student Series program, students will be making a huge difference in the lives of patients with blood cancers. SMS students will be joining millions of students across the country who will raise funds to find cures and therapies for diseases like leukemia and lymphoma. Our SMS Goal is to raise $300.
The Pendleton County Board of Education set the 2019 board meeting dates at the January 3 board meeting. Click here to view the meeting dates.
The Transportation Department is working diligently to organize bus routes so that students' travel times are held to a minimal. Click here to view 2018-19 Bus Route (by road).
*Times are computer generated and serve as estimates only. Please be prepared before your scheduled time on the first day of school.