GCISD Counseling Services is excited to announce that Colleyville Heritage High School (CHHS) will host two screenings of the award-winning documentary “Finding Kind.” The program will be presented on Feb. 25 and 26, and will begin at 6 p.m. each night in the CHHS auditorium.
“Finding Kind” is a documentary created by two Pepperdine University graduates who traveled across the country to interview women and girls about their lives and their experiences. Their journey turned into a quest to use those experiences to find a common ground of kindness and mutual respect.
All girls, grades 5-12, are invited to attend one of the screenings either by themselves or with their mom or a group of friends. This is one event you don't want to miss. Check out the movie trailer for more information:
After the event, the Denton Women’s Collective will host discussion groups for those in attendance. Fathers, brothers and male friends are welcome and encouraged to attend the screening but the discussion groups will be for female attendees only. GCISD Counseling Services would like to thank the CHHS student group “REAL” (Respect Everyone Appreciate Life) and the GHS PTA for bringing Finding Kind to the girls of our district.
GCISD's KidzU extended care program will be providing childcare during the event so that parents of girls ages 5-12 can attend. Childcare will be available for children age 3 and older and all children must be potty trained (we are unable to assist with infants and toddlers still in diapers). If you need childcare, please register here so that KidzU staff can plan accordingly. Thank you.