How to be a good parent at Pauls school

Parents at Paul’s School in Washington D.C. have found a new way to raise their kids, with a class that teaches them how to be better parents, rather than less.

The class, called “Good Parents at School,” will be offered from July to September.

It’s part of the annual “Penny Pinch” campaign, which aims to raise awareness of the issue of child abuse and neglect.

The program is called “Proud Parents” and is organized by the D.O.C., which works with other organizations to raise the visibility of child sexual abuse and violence against children. 

One of the goals of the campaign is to raise public awareness of child welfare issues. 

“We’re raising awareness of this issue, and we’re working with our partners in the private sector to make sure that these issues get to the forefront,” said Jennifer Cramer, the executive director of the D,O.S.P.

C, in a phone interview with The Jerusalem Times.

The school district has not responded to a request for comment about the program, but one of its principals said it is trying to make its curriculum more inclusive. 

While the program aims to teach children to be more effective parents, it also teaches students to be good citizens.

“They’re learning the importance of good citizenship,” said Paul Gabbay, the school’s principal.

“It’s important for them to be aware that they’re contributing to a very good community, and they’re not the only one contributing to that community.” 

“This is an issue of life and death, and it’s not just about the kids,” said Gabbae.

“They’re making sure that we are not going to be left behind.” 

For a complete list of programs that will be part of “Pixie Pinch,” click here.

Sources: The Jerusalem Mail, The Washington Post