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Pleasanton school district offering 'Parent Project' classes

Program aims to empower parents, transform teens

The Pleasanton Unified School District will be presenting a 10-week Parent Project class for parents with 11-19 year olds.

Parent Project is a program that aims to help parents raising "difficult or out-of-control" adolescents, according to its website.

The classes will provide parents with solutions to an adolescent's negative choices.

Classes will be starting Feb. 19 at Pleasanton Middle School, room 408, 5001 Case Avenue.

Participants are required to pay $25, which includes materials and dinner.

Sessions are scheduled from 6-9 p.m.

For more information, contact Kelly Mills at 461-6634 or Rae Huseman at 461-6117.

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