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Thanks to all who contributed towards the Teacher/Staff Appreciation Breakfast last week! It was a beautiful event and the teachers and staff truly enjoyed it!
Video recording now available on Youtube
South Pasadena's own journalist and author, Sam Quinones, discusses about the impact of fentanyl pills and the new meth. Sam is a New York Times bestselling author featured in The Atlantic, National Geographic and NPR's Morning Edition.
Ed Ternan, from the non-profit Song for Charlie, who lost his young son in 2020 to a pill containing fentanyl, detailed the shocking statistics as these counterfeit pills rapidly sweep the nation and are killing in all 50 states.
NEW DATE! REGISTER HERE FOR THE EVENT:
On Tuesday, November 30 at 7:00 pm via Zoom, we will be talking to South Pasadena's own journalist and author, Sam Quinones, about the impact of fentanyl pills and the new meth. We will also be speaking with Ed Ternan, from the non-profit Song for Charlie, who lost his young son in 2020 to a pill containing fentanyl. He will detail...
Freshman Parent Social
Mamma's Brick Oven Tent
1007 Fair Oaks Ave. (tent is in back lot)
Tuesday, November 16 from 7:30-9pm
This is an informal social event for the parents and guardians of current Freshman at SPHS. The evening will include opportunities to socialize with your fellow Freshman parents, as well as...
Suicide Prevention 101 for Parents:
Recognizing Signs and What to Do
This recorded workshop, provided in partnership with the California Department of Education Directing Change Program, Teen Line and CalMHSA, offers information about suicide prevention for parents. It includes the warning signs for suicide, how to have a conversation with teens, actions to take if your teen is having suicidal thoughts, and shares resources.
To watch this presentation, please visit our forums page here.
Click here for additional info on suicide prevention from California State PTA (CAPTA).