10-2-20 Natalie Grigg, Esq. to speak at Monroe County Bar Association's CLE "Now, I’m a teacher too!? Kids and COVID-19" Posted on September 18, 2020
Panel members will discuss their own struggles and concerns about everything from their own fears and those of their school-aged children to the struggles of helping their children learn at home while also keeping up with their stressful jobs. They’ll also share strategies and tactics that they’ve employed to deal with these issues. A roundtable discussion will follow with a counselor helping attendees to work through similar issues. Register online or contact Susan Hearn at firstname.lastname@example.org
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