Join DanversCARES and the Danvers Public Schools in hosting Katie Greer for a night of information on Internet Safety on Tuesday, April 24 at 7 pm at Holten Richmond Middle School. This presentation is for adult community members.
Due to the winter storm and closing of Danvers Public Schools on Wednesday, March 14, the Internet Safety night with Katie Greer, previously scheduled for Wednesday evening at 7 pm, is now cancelled. Stay tuned for more information on any future event.
On March 14 at 7:00 pm, at the DHS Auditorium, DanversCARES hosts Katie Greer, Internet Safety Expert in an evening for parents to discuss their concerns about social media and other technology use. HRMS students and DHS freshmen will hear Katie during school assemblies that same day, so come hear what your kids are hearing and strike up a dialogue at home about positive use of technology. The evening is open to adult community members in Danvers and surrounding communities.
Join DanversCARES for a viewing of the film documentary Screen Agers, next Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017 at the Danvers High School Auditorium. This program is open to the community. The film is 70 minutes in length and will be followed by a short facilitated discussion. Click Screenagers Growing Up Digital to download the flyer.
Each year DanversCARES offers a TIPS (Training for Intervention Procedures) for businesses that serve or sell alcohol. This is part of our community prevention strategy to reduce underage drinking. This year’s training is Wednesday, Nov. 29 from 9 am to 3 pm at the Danvers Police station, Community Training Room. The training is free to businesses in Danvers, Peabody and the Tri-Town Communities. Registration is required. Go to this page for more information and to register: Tips Registration
For a PDF of the flyer click here: TIPS Training Flyer 2017
Don’t miss this open house for adult community members at the Danvers Police Station on Thursday and Friday November 9 and 10 from 5 to 8 p.m. Danvers police, Danvers Health Department, Lahey Health Behavioral Services and DanversCARES will be on site to walk you through this interactive display. Join us!
Join Lahey Health Behavioral Services and the Essex Tech Parent Teacher Student Organization on November 7 at 6:30 in the Essex Tech media center to learn about how marijuana impacts the health of adolescents. Marijuana & The Teen Brain Flyer
It’s time to register for a new and exciting opportunity: Parent University! This is a 1/2 day conference for parents, caregivers, and professionals working with youth. To learn more and to register, visit https://danverspublicschools.org/parent-university/ .
Please download and share our flyer.
If you missed the regional forum on A Conversation: Marijuana and Youth, check out the presenter’s slides.
Enjoy this brief movie of DanversCARES community work!