Monday, February 4, 2019 at Saxton Middle School
Room 216 at Patchogue-Medford High School
Has protective parenting gone too far? Several high-profile news stories, along with increasing rates of childhood obesity, anxiety and depression, have sparked a movement encouraging parents to allow their children greater freedom. The nonprofit Let Grow is leading the call for what’s known as “free range parenting,” in which kids can just be kids. William Brangham reports.
The Superintendent of Schools will open his door to the public in District Office, which is located at 241 South Ocean Avenue in Patchogue on the dates and times listed below. He welcomes the opportunity for district residents to stop over and tell him what’s on their minds.
During this month's social video series, Patchogue-Medford Schools Superintendent Dr. Michael Hynes talks about his recent work with the New York State Board of Regents and their Blue Ribbon Committee for Early Learning. Please click the link below to watch this presentation.