State Fair Community College’s Workshop on Wheels Professional Development Institute will be holding a free seminar on Thursday. The class is for anyone who wants to know more about methamphetamine. The lesson “Growing up with Meth” will be held from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. The deadline to register for the class is Tuesday. Click to hear KMZUs Chelsea Wade talk with Continuing Education Coordinator Sarah Williams:
Press Release from State Fair Community College
State Fair Community College will sponsor a free family connections workshop April 19 on “Growing Up With Meth” for adults who are concerned about the drug methamphetamine and its affect on children in our community.
The seminar, designed for parents, grandparents, caregivers and childcare providers, will meet from 6-8 p.m. in Room 149 of the Yeater Learning Center on the SFCC campus. There is no charge. Registration deadline is April 17.
Free childcare will be provided in Yeater Room 148. Please call by April 17 to register children.
Participants can learn about methamphetamine and its impact on the brain; typical behavior changes; where kids are getting it and its street names; statistics for Pettis and surrounding counties; and where to get help.
For more information or to register, call Sarah Williams, continuing education coordinator, at (660) 530-5822 or e-mail [email protected]. Registration details are also available at www.sfccmo.edu/workshoponwheels.
The course is part of SFCC’s Workshop on Wheels Professional Development Institute. It is sponsored by the college’s office of Lifelong Learning.