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April 16, 2013
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Workshop to help parents with teens

Parents struggling to prepare their teenagers for the future have a new place to educate themselves and share resources. Douglas County School District’s ASPIRE Academy is hosting an inaugural parent workshop 6-7:30 p.m. April 24 at 1617 Water Street, Minden. “Parents need to be proactive,” said Miki Trujillo, ASPIRE teacher and teen issues author. “Knowing how busy parents are, we want to create a positive joint effort, and really do it together.” The workshop was organized by Trujillo, fellow ASPIRE teacher Kathy Kixmiller, Douglas High teachers Shaun Novich and Sherry Mitchell, and district-wide counselor Tricia Wentz. Funded by a federal …

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