Speaking with your child about the Paris attacks

A timely and helpful blog post by our former Academic Dean, Ryan Masa. Ryan is now the K-8 Principal at Assets School, a school for gifted and dyslexic children in Honolulu.

Assets School K-8 Principal Blog

The appalling attacks that occurred Friday in Paris leave all of us shaken and heartbroken.  As we mourn for the victims and their families, along with the citizens of France, we also search for how best to help our children process the tragedy and the media blitz that follows.  I’ve found guidance from several source and have tried to summarize the takeaways most meaningful to me.  

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