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ScholarShop

ScholarShop is CSG’s online apparel shop that benefits CSG scholarships, including the Alumnae Board Merit Scholarship.

Parent Education

Join us for the 2018- 2019 Parent Education Series

Developmentally Appropriate Digital Citizenship

February 19, 2019
6:30 pm, Unicorn Theater

Is your daughter constantly on her phone, or asking for a phone?  Do you wonder what social media is or what social media platforms your daughter is using most?  Do you find yourself wondering what effects these choices might be having on your daughter? Sean Delaney, Director of Counseling and Wellness and Betsy Esser, LS Counselor, will host a conversation surrounding not only these topics but what we, as a CSG community, are doing about it. Please join us on February 19th at 6:30 pm in the Unicorn Theater for this interactive and educational discussion. RSVP Here

 

The Introvert in the 21st Century

February 28, 2019
8:15-9:15 am, Lower School Innovation Lab

How is the environment, both in schools and in the working world, being reconsidered and redesigned to meet the needs of different personality types, including the introverts?  See some of the ideas that are being used in the different divisions at CSG and get ideas for creating spaces in your own home. RSVP Here

 

Dr. Jennifer Carter: Leadership, Wellness & Balance

April 23, 2019
7:00-8:30 pm, Agnes Jeffrey Shedd Theater

Dr. Jennifer Carter is a counseling psychologist, specializing in sport psychology and eating disorders. A former competitive swimmer and volleyball player, Dr. Carter has always been interested in the psychology of performance - how to assist performers with their ‘mental game.’ She also wants to help individuals find meaning and freedom by learning to value strength of body, heart and mind. For Dr. Carter, it’s not about giving advice -- it’s about helping unlock a client’s inner wisdom. All CSG parents are invited to learn more about the balance between leadership and wellness and how it is important not just for our students, but for all of us.