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Curious About What Brookline Kids Are Up To Today?
Curious about what Brookline kids are really up to these days? B-PEN (Brookline Parent Education Network) and B-CASA (Brookline Coalition Against Substance Abuse) invite all parents and members of the greater Brookline community who care about the wellbeing of our youth to a “Coffee and Conversation” breakfast Oct. 25. This event will focus on the new findings of Brookline’s latest Student Health Survey, which asked all Brookline students in grades 7-12 about behavior and attitudes on issues ranging from marijuana and alcohol to relationships and sexual practices. After exploring some of the latest youth trends and their ramifications, we will join with BHS teen Peer Leaders to illuminate some of the causes of risky behavior and brainstorm where we might go from here as a community to keep Brookline kids safe. For more information, please contact Mary Minott, email@example.com. To RSVP, please go to http://bpen.eventbrite.com.
|Where||Brookline High School 115 Greenough St, Brookline, MA 02445 (Martin Luther King Room)|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||8:00 am–10:00 am|
|Who to bring||Moms, Dads, Everyone, Teens, Families|
More About Brookline High School
With a student body of nearly 1800, Brookline High School offers a wide range of academic courses, including a variety of specialized classes. It claims to have the largest interscholastic athletic program in New England, with around 1,300 student athletes playing on 74 different teams.
Dr. Robert Weintraub is the school's headmaster.
Other events here
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