Virtual 5th & 6th Grade Guys' Night

Friday, March 19th, 7:00-8:15pm

This is a Zoom event for Boys in 5th & 6th Grades only.

RSVP here

Dear Parents,

Puberty can be an incredibly awkward and complex subject for both parent and child, but never fear help is here!

Woodbury Elementary PTA is hosting a FREE Virtual Guy's Stuff Zoom program for our 5th and 6th Grade Boys and their adult male role models on Friday, March 19th from 7:00-8:15pm. Please join us for this fun, educational, and interactive evening from the comfort of your own home, featuring Mr. Craig Cooper, a district approved speaker and subject matter expert who we’ve had the pleasure of having successfully cover this important evening for the past several years.

Due to the mature nature of our session, please plan in advance to participate from a secure location where passer-bys (particularly younger siblings) will not accidentally see or hear the content. Also, it is important that your 5th and 6th grader(s) be virtually accompanied by a male adult role model, e.g. dad, stepdad, uncle, etc. for this session.

Please RSVP no later than Monday, March 15th to reserve your spots at this Can’t Miss Event!

Why attend? Studies have shown that parents and their children benefit from this type of experience for the following reasons:

  • It is important for young boys to feel comfortable asking adults questions about puberty.

  • It sends the message that adults are valuable resources for young adolescents.

  • It is important for parents to instill in their children their personal values and beliefs about sexuality.

  • The presented facts about puberty will promote discussion.

  • Young boys who are prepared for the changes they are about to experience in puberty will have decreased fears, reduced stress and reassurance that puberty is a very normal process.

  • It sends the message to your child that this is an important time in their life when many changes will occur and that you are showing your support. The goal of the program is to help you and your son establish rapport, enabling adult and child to feel comfortable communicating about puberty. We look forward to seeing you there! If you have any questions or concerns, please email Po Chen (Galileo Chen’s Dad) at po.chen@brightview.com