Empowering Parents for the Road Ahead

Join Us October 13, 2018

They don’t teach Parenting 101 at school – here’s the next best thing!

Julia Morgan School for Girls in partnership with SOS4Students is offering an all-day conference for parents of 4th through 8th graders that will provide parents with the tools they need to help their children successfully transition from childhood to young adulthood. By the end of the day, parents will have new information and insights that will equip them to help their children thrive both personally and academically as they enter their middle school and high school years.  

The full list of breakout sessions and speakers will be announced in August.

Saturday, October 13, 2018
Julia Morgan School For Girls
(Mills College Campus)
5000 MacArthur Blvd, Oakland, CA 94613
Presented By

Julia Morgan School for GirlsJulia Morgan School for Girls is the first and only all-girl middle school in the East Bay. Their mission is to prepare students to be the confident, capable, creative, and compassionate women of tomorrow.
Founded in 1994, SOS4Students is the premier provider of academic coaching and workshops for teens, parents, and teachers in the Bay Area, including online services.

Kudos from Last Year’s Attendees

  • “Truly well-run & thoughtful presentations. Having these workshops for parents is truly helpful and offers a great resource. Thank you!”
  • “Helpful & energizing”
  • “Excellent, inspiring presenters”
  • “I really enjoyed the variety of topics and the excellent speakers…I was able to learn about three different topics in one day. Excellent!”
  • “Everything was really perfect today!”


We are thrilled to let you know that Michael Tompkins, psychologist, Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of California, Berkeley, and author of seven books, including My Anxious Mind: A Teen’s Guide to Managing Anxiety and Panic, will be our 2018 Keynote Speaker!

Breakout Sessions

Expert Presentations and Engaging Breakout Sessions
Valuable Information and Advice for Parents From Experts

  • Talking to tweens about sex
  • Parenting in an age of anxiety
  • Building resilience Understanding and enhancing executive functioning
  • Stress reduction
  • Gender differences in cognitive development Self-advocacy
  • Self-care for parents of emerging teenagers
  • Homework help for harried parents
  • Dealing with the digital onslaught and setting boundaries
  • … and much more!

Sessions & Speakers

To Be Announced Shortly.

Program Details & Contact Info

Important Details

To Be Announced Shortly.

Got Questions? Need More Information?

Don’t hesitate to call us at (510) 531-4767 or send email to us at info@parenting-u.com.

Program Agenda

To Be Announced Shortly.

Ready to Register?

We have room for 150 attendees. That may sound like a lot, but we expect the seats to fill fast due to the popularity of the keynote speaker and the breadth of topics being offered in breakout sessions.

Registration Opens in August.