(Olivia Oxley 17 (left), passes the sugar and milk to Pam Pongthavornsawadi)
Etiquette may seem like an outdated notion to some, but teenagers are proving they are still interested in how to act, especially to avoid being socially awkward.DANIELLE NICASTRI
NORTH SHORE TIMES
Grace Academy is offering a Protocol & Etiquette Course July 26th, 8:00am-4pm for 8th grade & High School students with Abigail George, Certified Etiquette Coach of The George School of Protocol. Call 671-477-2222 or 987-1503 Paula S.
Students are really interested in avoiding any awkwardness in any social situations, so giving them confidence to approach any situation gives them a huge advantage in day to day life and future career.
A Willoughby Girls High School student said about manners.
“We were surprised how etiquette is mainly about respect and being culturally aware about the people we are talking to.
“. . . . the little things we do correctly, can make a big difference.”
We are excited to offer a protocol & etiquette course July 18th-25th, 2016 with Certified Etiquette Coach, Abigail George, The George School of Protocol! Web: http://www.georgeschoolofprotocol.com/
Grace Students will receive a deep discounted rate for this amazing Protocol & Etiquette Course.
We believe that young children learn best through an immersion experience where they can see, touch, feel, hear, and best of all, taste! That's why 5 out of 6 of our elementary level etiquette lessons include delicious food!
We believe in providing quality, hands-on lessons that focus on the growth and development of the skills necessary for children to learn in order to communicate better, think of others instead of themselves, and present themselves with confidence.
Lastly we believe that children should be enchanted! That is why we spend hours in preparing beautiful table scapes and settings that draw them into this incredible journey of becoming their personal bes...