|Welcome Back Bash for Parents, Alumni Parents,Trustees, Faculty & Staff|
Location: Edward St. John Athletic Center
Current Parents, 2014 Alumni Parents, Trustees, Faculty & Staff:
O say can you see, how much fun it will be! Greet old friends and welcome new while enjoying cocktails and mouth-watering small plate fare at one of Severn’s signature events.
|Lower School Back to School Pizza Play Date|
5:30 PM to 7:00 PM
Location: Chesapeake Campus
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Come see old friends and meet new ones! All lower school families are invited to join us on the Playground for Pizza, Drinks and Snowballs.
|Admiral's Cup Golf Outing 2014|
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Registration is now open
for the always popular Admiral's Cup Golf Outing, set for
Tuesday, September 23 at Queenstown Golf Links ~ River Course.
9am registration ~ 10am shotgun start.
One of the most scenic and challenging golf experiences located just outside Washington, Queenstown Harbor Golf Links features 36 holes of championship golf on two unique layouts - The River and The Lakes. Spectacular Chesapeake Bay waterfront beauty and superior service make for an unforgettable round at Maryland’s premier golf destination.
Enjoy spectacular Bay views and superior amenities at Queenstown Harbor on the Eastern Shore waterfront.
- Individual: $250 / Foursome: $1,000
- Scramble/Captain's Choice Format
- Lunch on the course
- Awards ceremony with dinner, cocktails & door prizes
- Closest to pin, longest drive & putting contests
- Sponsorship opportunities include Title, Admiral, Anchor, Course & program advertisement
|Parent Forum: The Gift of Failure - Why the Best Parents Let Their Kids Fail and How You Can Let Go|
Location: Price Auditorium
The Gift of Failure: Why the Best Parents Let Their Kids Fail and How You Can Let Go
Educator and parenting writerJessica Lahey
will bring her thoughtful insights and experience to Severn's first Parent Forum on this very important topic to all families.
Mrs. Lahey will help guide parents toward a more collaborative relationship with schools and discuss how to allow children to learn resilience and perseverance through their own experiences with failure.
Counseling department parent forums typically take a seminar-type format and feature a pre-established topic or presenter. These forums offer parenting tips and tools, educate about developmental norms for children and adolescents, and provide opportunities for parents in our community to connect with one another and with the counselors in all three divisions.