Upcoming Events

May 25

Memorial Day: Office Closed

Jun 15

Summer Office Hours Begin

Sep 16

Boarding School Fair

Location: Loyola School, East 83rd Street between Park & Madison Time: 4:30pm - 6:15pm
Sep 17

Middle and Upper Independent School Fair

Location: Loyola School, East 83rd Street between Park & Madison Time: 4:30pm - 6:15pm

Preschool Admission Workshops

May 27

Preschool Admissions Workshop

Location: The Parents League Office, 115 East 82nd Street, first floor, between Park and Lexington Avenues Time: 8:30am - 10:00am
May 28

Preschool Admissions Workshop

Location: The Parents League Office, 115 East 82nd Street, First Floor, Between Park and Lexington Time: 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Jun 1

Preschool Admissions Workshop - Fully Booked

Location: The Parents League Office, 115 East 82nd Street, First Floor, Between Park & Lexington Aves. Time: 5:30pm - 7:00pm
Jun 2

Preschool Admissions Workshop

Location: The Parents League office, 115 East 82nd Street, first floor, between Park and Lexington Aves. Time: 5:30pm - 7:00pm
Jun 8

Preschool Admissions Workshop

Location: The Parents League Office, 115 East 82nd Street, first floor, between Park and Lexington Avenues Time: 5:30pm - 7:00pm

Featured Article

  • Raising Successful Children in a Stressed-Out World

    By Jane M. Healy, Educator and Author This article is adapted from Different Learners: Identifying, Preventing, and Treating Your Child’s Learning Problems. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2010. An early childhood consultant visiting a preschool classroom observed a teacher asking each of her students the following question, which, with only one exception, received the same answer from every child:
    Teacher: What did Mommy say to you before you left this morning?
    Child: Hurry up.
    Teacher: What did Daddy say?
    Child: Hurry up. Click here to download the full article

  • Limits and Latitude: Keys to Resilience

    By Robert Evans, Ed.D. One of the most persistent challenges for parents is two-pronged: how to help children learn to behave and how to help them learn to cope with adversity. The wisest pediatricians and psychologists (including some who have written for this Review) consistently recommend discipline—that parents set consistent limits and apply reasonable consequences when children ignore or disobey these limits. They also advocate what I think of as latitude—the freedom to learn from experience, including one’s mistakes.

    Download the full article here