AUSD Wellness Committee Presents Sleep and Learning Presentation (click for info)

The AUSD Wellness Committee is hosting Dr. Bryce Mander, University of California, to talk about Sleep and Learning.

Sleep and learning: Why school start times matter.
Dr. Bryce Mander, University of California, Dept. of Psychology, Sleep and Neuroimaging Laboratory

Please join us to hear updated research on the connection between adolescent sleep and learning. Most teens chronically sleep 1-2 hours less than their body needs. Because of this, most teens have some form of excessive daytime sleepiness, which impacts performance in school. Know what's coming for your child(ren) before the adolescent shifts begin! Childcare will be provided at Marin school from 6:30pm to 8:30pm for children 4 and over (potty trained). Emaill childcare@ausdk12.org

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