YubaNet to host teen town hall June 4 | TheUnion.com

YubaNet to host teen town hall June 4

Staff report

YubaNet is set to host a virtual town hall focusing on Nevada County teens and their support networks on Thursday, June 4.

“Teens are feeling the stress of the world and there are many support networks to help,” a press release from YubaNet stated. “We are looking forward to a robust Q&A in order to learn how teens are doing and share available resources.”

The town hall will take place from noon to 1 p.m. Register here to participate.

Send questions in advance to townhall@yubanet.com

Panelists Include:

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  • Chris Espedal – Director of School Safety, Nevada County Superintendent of Schools Office
  • Curtis McMullan – Clinical Supervisor, Nevada County Children’s Behavioral Health
  • Halli Ellis-Edwards – NEO
  • Jai Hanes – Social activist, youth counselor for at-risk-youth youth advocate & mentor
  • Jamal Walker – Creating Communities Beyond Bias
  • Jeff Santos- Executive Director of Student Services, Tahoe Truckee Unified School District
  • Jenn Singer – Friendship Club
  • Melissa Parrett – Student Services Program Coordinator, Nevada County Superintendent of Schools Office
  • Tracy Pepper, Color Me Human

The event will be live streamed on YouTube.

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