Parent Education

Greensboro Day School provides a wide variety of opportunities to learn about relevant and important topics that are beneficial to parents. From nationally-recognized presenters to division-wide conversations, there are many ways to learn from the experts at Greensboro Day School.

Invite a friend and join the conversation! Look for the registration links under the event heading.

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  • McLendon Speaker Series

    The McLendon Faculty and Parent Education Endowment Speaker Series brings a nationally recognized presenter to Greensboro Day School's campus each year. The goal is to engage in a meaningful and relevant conversation for teachers and parents.

    We have welcomed Dr. Michelle Borba, Dr. Catherine Steiner-Adair, Dr. JoAnn Deak, Mr. Andy Core, Mr. Pat Bassett, and others as recent presenters.
  • Community, Connection & Care Series

    Greensboro Day School hosts monthly Community, Connection & Care sessions for our parents, faculty, and staff. Friends are always welcome to attend! 

    The purpose of the series is to increase our understanding of different perspectives and to strengthen relationships between the members of our community by engaging in conversations about social issues that affect us all.

    The sessions are facilitated by Jada Monica Drew, the Lead Consultant of Social Designs Consulting

    Please RSVP at
  • Counselor Coffees

    Each division hosts a monthly coffee and conversation event hosted by the division counselor. The goal is to build community among parents while discussing topics of interest.
  • Parent Education

    Greensboro Day School provides important discussions and education for parents on a variety of timely and relevant topics. Topics range from age-specific technology conversations, healthy body image for adolescents, vaping, how to handle stress, and other beneficial conversations for parents.

Parent Education Events

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