Parent University explores the power of play with S’cool Moves

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Broadalbin-Perth’s Parent University returns Wednesday, March 21 with a program about play, movement, focus and school performance. In “S’cool Moves and the Power of Play,” district physical therapist Jessica Sargalis and occupational therapy assistant Kristen Miller will introduce parents to the S’cool Moves program used in pre-K through grade 12 at B-P, and give parents strategies they can use with their children at home. The program begins at 6:30 p.m. in the Virtual AP Room at B-P High School.

“Movement and activities that cross the midline of the body can help your child focus, decrease anxiety, help with self-regulation and body control, and improve reading, math and visual skills,” Sargalis said. “And we’ll show you why it works.”

The program is free for all parents and their children, but advance registration through an online form is requested for planning purposes.