In our continuous effort to support the holistic well-being of our students, ISR is excited to extend an invitation to all parents of Grades 6 – 12 to a crucial workshop titled “Managing Student Anxiety.” This event, aimed at equipping parents with the knowledge and tools to assist their children through challenges, is led by the esteemed Ms. Jurita Smiltiņa, ISR’s Secondary School’s Social-Emotional Counselor.

Event Details:

  • Date: Thursday, March 14
  • Time: 17:00 – 18:00
  • Location: Vesetas 9

Anxiety in students is a growing concern, and understanding how to navigate these waters as a parent is essential. Ms. Smiltiņa will delve into several key areas during the workshop, including how to recognize the signs and symptoms of anxiety, effective support strategies for parents, and the science behind anxiety. Additionally, she will provide practical advice on what approaches to try and what to avoid, aiming to equip parents with a comprehensive understanding of how to aid their children.

Moreover, the workshop will address the importance of expanding mindsets to combat negative or rigid thinking patterns, fostering a positive and encouraging atmosphere for students to overcome their anxieties.

This in-person session promises to be an invaluable resource for parents, offering insights into the complexities of student anxiety and presenting strategies to support their children’s emotional health effectively.

RSVP Today: We encourage all interested parents to RSVP by filling in the provided form to ensure adequate preparations for this important event. Your participation is a step towards strengthening the support network for our students within the ISR community.

Don’t miss this opportunity to join hands with ISR in nurturing a supportive and understanding environment for our students to thrive emotionally and academically.


We look forward to welcoming you to an evening of learning, sharing, and empowerment at the Managing Student Anxiety workshop. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of our students.