Register now for Table Talk: Meals With Meaning

Chesterfield County families can register now for Table Talk: Meals With Meaning at Table Talk is free, but space is limited so families are encouraged to register as soon as possible.

This is the fourth time that Chesterfield County Public Schools has presented Table Talk, a free program that offers families the strategies and connections needed to thrive in a hectic world. Every Table Talk includes a meal for families to enjoy together, information sessions to help parents find the solutions they seek, homework help and activities for students and transportation for families who need it. It’s all free, thanks to a partnership with Haley Automotive Group. A Nook tablet and smaller door prizes will be given away each night.

Table Talk is concentrating on health and wellness topics this spring, with each session taking place 6-8 p.m. at Manchester Middle School, 7401 Hull Street Road:

  • April 21 will focus on family health, specifically looking at substance abuse, split families, how character counts, resilient kids and time management. Registration for April 21 ends April 17.
  • April 30 will cover academic health, with sessions on fuss-free mornings, special education, test-taking strategies and homework help, different pathways to graduation and using technology to enhance learning. Registration for April 30 ends April 27.
  • May 5 will focus on home health, offering information about identity theft, social media, home safety and keeping medications safe. Registration for May 5 ends May 1.
  • May 14 will cover personal health, with sessions on stress management, sleep, easy and healthy meals and personalized exercise plans. Registration for May 14 ends May 11.

Call 748-1781 if you have questions about Table Talk: Meals With Meaning.