SailAway slating ‘lunch-n-learn’ to help parents in student endeavors

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Brenda K. Murphy, president and CEO of SailAway Learning & Academy, knows every child can thrive in school and in life.

So does Sarah Littlefield, a licensed marriage and family therapist.

They will combine their expertise and experience on March 6 to share five proven ways students can thrive in school and life.

The free one-hour “lunch-n-learn” begins at noon at SailAway’s Kingston campus, 106 Armour Road.

Doors open at 11:45 a.m. A healthy box lunch will be served.

“Raising a child is one of the most challenging yet rewarding experiences in life,” Murphy said. “After 17 years of serving students and their families, we at SailAway know the struggles families face when a child doesn’t learn easily or discover who they are.”

The workshop covers how a child can thrive in an age of survival, how to identify the “surviving” child, how to stop the cycle of struggle for generations, how to advocate for a surviving child in traditional learning environments, and what parents need to know and do when their child struggles.

Online registration at http://athrivingchild.eventbrite.com is required, and an email confirmation from SailAway must be presented to attend, because space is very limited.

For more information, call 376-7005 or visit www.sailawaylearning.com.