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Our Events



January 19, 2017

CYBER Security!

Speakers: Ray Watson, Chief Brandon and CISD SROS



September 28, 2015

Tweens and Their Troubles!

Presented by Southlake DPS SROs

Southlake Town Hall 3rd Floor Training Rooms



February 23, 2105

Youth Sports Injuries! What you need to know

Expert Panel Discussion

Carroll High School Lecture Hall


January 26, 2015

Technology Terrors and the Apps you Need to Know about Now!

Cook Childrens' Hospital - Jody Hawkins



October 27, 2014

Stress, Technology Terrors and your Kid!


Presented by Teen LifeLine


February 17, 2014

Stress, Depression, Addiction and your Kid!


Recover Resource Counselors tell you what you need to know!


OCTOBER21  2013 

Drugs 411

PARENTS ONLY event!  click below for more information!

City of Southlake Central DPS Station, Carroll Ave, Fire Training Room

Thursday, March 7, 2013 7:30PM

Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Parents and High School Students only!

Dr. Jason Terk of Cook Children's will speak and answer questions.

Carroll High School Lecture Room

800 White Chapel Blvd, Southlake 


Monday February 4th, 2013 7:30PM

STRESS, DEPRESSION, and SUICIDE - an open and honest discussion 

Students and Parent Meeting!


February 4th 7:30PM-9:00PM
Carroll Senior High School
Join us for a panel facilitated by our students for an open and honest discussion about stress, depression and suicide.  Students grades 7-12 are welcome to attend with their parent(s).  


Need HELP? Click here for the link to the Resource Contact information : HELP


 New Teen Support Group!

Teens Together!


Teen Lifeline will begin a support group for students on January 17th from 1-2 with lunch provided. This group will meet in the counseling office and is voluntary for students that feel they would benefit from such a group. In the wake of the recent events in Carroll ISD, students will find that this group is a safe place for them to talk about what is going on in their world. Teen Lifeline groups are formatted to help this happen while at the same time giving the adult facilitator opportunities to teach life skills for handling difficult times. The group will meet for seven weeks and will cover how to find and use resources, stress management, personal skills, building positive relationships, and more. 
If you are interested in your student participating in this group please download and fill our our Permission Form and turn it into the guidance office at Carroll Sr High.  For more information about Teen Lifeline, Ricky Lewis & Chris Robey please visit the website at www.lifelivedbetter.org