Loveland, Ohio – This school year, the Loveland Middle and Intermediate School PTSA is advocating for social and emotional health. Every month, a newsletter is sent out to ALL parents of the 1500
students at the buildings on one specific topic that faces our kids today. After an initial message to “Start Talking,” in August, they have addressed internet safety, Juuling and nicotine, anxiety, empowering girls, and suicide/depression. During the month of February, their focus is, “The Culture of Youth Sports Today.” All of their newsletters and mental health resources can be found at www.lovelandmintptsa.org.
The Loveland Youth Sports Council is sponsoring the author’s visit (along, in part, by the M/INT PTSA). Youth organizations in Loveland (baseball, fast pitch, soccer, lacrosse, football, and basketball) have formed a coalition to address some of the problems that are negatively impacting their players. M/INT PTSA President Megan Graff said, “Extracurricular activities should be the source of stress relief, rather than the cause of it. It’s time to change the culture of youth sports. Be engaged, start talking about how to create a positive environment for our kids, and attend the seminar.”
Please reserve your FREE seat here to attend: