AN INSPIRING DISCUSSION ON STUDENT MENTAL WELLBEING
January 29, 2020, 6:30 PM
Bellevue High School (10416 SE Wolverine Way, Bellevue, WA)
- Personal Stories
- Advice & Support
- Panel Discussion
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MI Community Forum: “Let’s Talk About It”
The Scooty Fund Panel Presentation
on Mental Health and MI’s Young Adults
Sunday, February 9, 2020, 3:00-4:30 pm
Sponsored by The Scooty Fund
Location: Mercer Island Presbyterian Church
The panel will address mental health as it affects our community’s young adults, drawing upon the experiences and knowledge of three Mercer Island young adults and three mental health specialists. The presentation will be a moderated panel followed by a question and answer session.
The Scooty Fund was founded in March 2018 in honor of Will “Scooty” Taylor, who died by suicide in March 2017. In efforts to help other young adults cope with mental health struggles and painful emotions, Will’s sister Kasey and four mental health advocate friends founded TSF, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.
The Scooty Fund developed its mission to promote, support and advance culture surrounding mental health and wellness in ways that enhance the lives and well- being of young people. Driven by this mission, TSF focuses on encouraging conversation, destigmatizing mental health “issues,” building supportive and open communities, educating others, raising funds for crisis resources and, above all, helping young adults prioritize their mental wellness in ways that work.
This panel presentation is co-sponsored by The Scooty Fund, Mercer Island Youth and Family Services, Mercer Island Pediatrics and Mercer Island Clergy Association.
Scott Raub, OSPI Special Education Liaison, OSPI “Deep Dive into IEP and 504 plans for Students with Disabilities“
Wednesday, February 19, 2020 – 6:45-8:45 PM
This very important talk explains the difference so that you can be more proactive in getting effective service for your child or teen.
Boys and Girls Club of Bellevue
209 100th Ave NE
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College Application Timeline for Incoming Juniors & Seniors
Event was held on June 25, 2019, MI Library
Presented by Katie Konrad Moore, Collegewise
If you missed this presentation, you can listen to a recording and review resources provided to the participants.
- RECORDING of presentation
- RESOURCES from presentation
Please note: This program was sponsored by the Friends of the Mercer Island Library. By providing the information in the recording, neither the Friends, KCLS, Parent Edge, nor Mercer Island School District are endorsing the company that presented it.
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