Registration is required. Please note that if there are less than 5 people enrolled in the class, the class may be cancelled. You will be notified before the class if this occurs. No refunds are given for this class, unless it is cancelled by us or a medical condition prevents you from attending class. Otherwise, you may transfer to another class within six months of the original class date.
If you are a St. Luke's employee, please do not register online. To get your employee discount, call St. Luke's Connect at (208) 381-9000 to register. No refunds will be issued if you continue to register online.
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This class will provide information on how children and adolescents grieve.
Successful parenting is understanding the use and misuse of power, knowing how to set boundaries, and having consequences that work. Mother, grandmother, author, and columnist Sandy McDaniel focuses on solving parenting problems and brings lots of tips and wisdom to share.This class focuses on teaching your child how to handle peer pressure, how to say no when he or she wants to say no, how to not be hurt by unkindness, and the importance of making good choices. Tips for teaching your children these character traits are enhanced by parenting strategies. The cost is $10 per family.
This is a puberty class for kids ages 9-12 and their parents. Puberty is a time of change for kids - and parents! This course (separate for boys and girls) provides a comprehensive overview of the bodily changes and emotional ups and downs that accompany early adolescence. Topics include: anatomy and physiology of both boys and girls; relationships with parents and friends; conception, pregnancy and birth; and body image and self-esteem. Experts in adolescent health address your child's concerns, including factual responses to questions about the opposite sex. Pre-teens must be accompanied by a parent; mom, dad or both are welcome to attend. Please feel free to bring a snack and beverage to class. If attending an all day Saturday class, please bring a sack lunch to class.
Puberty is a time of change for girls—and parents! This four-week series provides a comprehensive overview of the bodily changes and emotional ups and downs that accompany early adolescence. We’ll discuss anatomy and physiology of both girls and boys; relationships with parents and friends; conception, pregnancy, and birth; and body image and self-esteem. Experts in adolescent health will address concerns, including factual responses to questions about girls and boys.