The goal of the WTPA Parent Education group is to bring parenting education opportunities including articles, films, speakers and workshops to the Wade Thomas parent community.

Take our survey and help decide what events we should bring to Wade Thomas this year!

Community Events

Find out what films, speakers and workshops are happening all around Marin.

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Parent Library

It seems every day there is new research on parenting and child development. While exciting, it often feels overwhelming.

How do you inspire your child’s learning? Growth? Creativity?
How do you manage screen time? Discipline? Eating well?
Should you praise achievementor focus on process?

Wade Thomas is establishing a new lending library for books about parenting in our school library and posting articles, websites and book reviews on our website.

Please let us know if you have books to donate or are interesting in writing a review.

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Additional Parent Ed Resources Around Marin

Flexible Learning Opportunities (FLO)  is an RVSD-based support group for parents that have children that are “unique” learners. Unique learners show variations in areas such as giftedness, attention, memory, speech, and language, auditory, visual, or sensory processing, organization, motor skills, behavior and social skills.

Parent Education Group of Marin (PEG)  PEG’s mission is to provide a forum for Marin County K-12 public and independent schools to collaborate on parent education topics.

They will achieve this mission by promoting parent education school events and broaden community awareness for parent education events.

Follow PEG on Facebook to view all of the great parent ed events.

PEG usually meets three times a year (May, September, & January) to collaborate on topics.

Ross Valley Healthy Community Collaborative (RVHCC)

Is a group of concerned community members, educators and young people that are working together with all sectors of our community to improve the health and wellness of San Anselmo and Fairfax adults and youth.

Their goal is to improve the overall health and wellness of our community by raising awareness of current mental health and substance abuse issues, identifying and implementing strategies for reducing risk factors, and advocating for increased positive youth engagement in Ross Valley.