The NEC Family Center provides educational programs that offer the highest quality of learning opportunities for families, educators and others who impact the lives of children and teens.
Workshops provide an opportunity for parents, grandparents, and other family members to become knowledgeable in areas that relate to their child. The workshops are facilitated by expert speakers from within our community. Workshops offer a place where families can meet other families with similar interests. Workshops are free or have a minimal fee. All workshops are open to the public. Professionals are welcome.
Parent support groups are offered through the collaboration of the Parent/Professional Advocacy League (PAL) and focus on supporting parents and grandparents with behaviorally challenging children. Groups are facilitated by a professional and based on peer support. The groups are held monthly in the Family and Professional Learning Center at Northshore Education Consortium. Groups are confidential, free and open to the public.
Share your contact info with other NEC parents to get connected for play dates, get-togethers and more. Once you add your info you will be emailed a link to view the directory.
For families and professionals. Open to the public. Free.
Dangers of Vaping and E-Cigarettes
Date/Time: Thursday, November 29, 2018 / 6:30-7:30PM
Person Centered Planning
Date/Time: Monday, October 22, 2018 / 10-11:30AM
Vaping and E-Cigarettes Dangers and Health Risks for Teens
Date/Time: Wednesday, March 14, 2018 / 7PM-8:30PM
Managing Challenging Behaviors at Home – Holiday Edition
Date/Time: Wed, December 6, 2017/ 10AM-11:30AM
Registration is required for all workshops!
To register for workshops please email Sheila Guiney or call (978) 232-9755 ext. 1114
Parent Support Groups
2nd Thursday of each month – First meeting on October 12th
12:00pm (parents/caregivers of students ages 15-22)
6:30pm (parents/caregivers of students attending Lower or Upper School)
1st Wednesday of each month – First meeting on October 4th
10-11am (parents/caregivers of KOG students ages 3-15)