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By: Ontario Association Of Parents In Catholic Education  09-12-2011

Are you tired of bargaining with children just to get a little co-operation? Are you frustrated by their lack of respect?

Then join us for a special evening with international speaker Ronald Morrish, author of Secrets of Discipline, With All Due Respect, and Flip Tips.

His refreshing presentation will provide you with many practical strategies for teaching children to be responsible and co-operative. You will learn how to discipline without all the deal-making, arguments, and confrontations.

St Augustine Secondary School
27 Drinkwater Road
Brampton ON, L6Y 4T6

April 21st, 2010
7:00 to 8:30
RSVP to 905-450-9993 By April 18th 2010

Free Admission

Donation of a non perishable food item for the poor would be appreciated.

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