August, 21 2017
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California Holds Classes for Parents of Troubled Youth
The Pleasanton Police Department and Amador Valley Adult and Community Education are teaming up to hold an 11-week course for parents whose troubled teens have demonstrated violent behavior due to alcohol or drugs.
The Parent Project is meant to teach parents the skills necessary to change this behavior and to improve their child's school attendance and performance.
The course will consist of lectures and exercises and allow parents to form support groups with other parents to build upon their successes after the class ends.
The program costs $95 and is administered through Adult and Community Education.
The moderators will be Teresa Le May, a teacher at Alisal Elementary School, and Pleasanton police Officer Penelope Tamm.
Two classes will be held: Tuesdays from 6 to
9 p.m., from Feb. 26 through May 20; and Wednesdays from 6 to 9 p.m., from Feb. 27 through May 21.
To register, call Amador Valley Adult and Community Education at 426-4280. For more information, call Tamm at 931-5100.
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