You Are Cordially Invited to Enter a Giveaway from the Youth School of Etiquette


The Youth School of Etiquette is getting ready to offer a new series of classes for boys and girls ages 7-14. And you are cordially invited to enter a giveaway for a chance to win a session for your child!

Taking place on Saturdays May 20 & 27 and June 3 & 10, this educational program is about more than just saying “please” and “thank you” and using the correct silverware at the dining table. Full of fun and interactive activities, the program’s mission is to prepare children and youths for the future, and inspire in them excellence, self-esteem, and social responsibility for living in a globally interdependent and culturally diverse world.

Classes are held at Cabin John Middle School in Potomac, MD. A Boys Ambassador Club will run from 1-2:30pm, and a Boys & Girls Class from 2:30-4pm. Both will cover the following over the course of the series:
• Manners and Social Etiquette
• Meetings & Friendships
• Manners at School & in Public
• Peer Pressure and Sticky Situations
• Respect for Self & Others
• Social Media Etiquette & Safety
• Posture, Poise, & Grooming
• Sportsmanship

The cost per session is $245, and you can register online here.

Visit the Youth School of Etiquette online to learn more about their programs and mission. And for a chance to win a session for your child, enter the giveaway below.

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Giveaway: For a chance to win a free session of classes with the Youth School of Etiquette, simply leave a comment below. Get an extra entry by also entering on the KidFriendly DC Facebook page (you need to “like” it first). This giveaway will run through Saturday, May 13, 2017, then a winner will be drawn at random and notified shortly thereafter. Good luck!

This post is sponsored by the Youth School of Etiquette, however, I only promote programs and places that I genuinely believe in and think will appeal to KFDC readers.


Filed under 2017, Class, Educational, Giveaway, Gradeschoolers, Maryland, Preteens, Professional Service, Sponsored Post, Weekend

29 Responses to You Are Cordially Invited to Enter a Giveaway from the Youth School of Etiquette

  1. Clara

    This looks like a helpful class.

  2. Ledina

    Very useful!

  3. Carrie M

    I would love to offer this life skill to my little lady❤️

  4. Robert Welch

    This would help my son see it isn’t just Mom and Dad telling him what to do.

  5. TALA K

    Impressive! ?

  6. Cindy

    (Crossing fingers)

  7. Alicia Adams

    Sounds like a great experience! I would love to have my girls participate!

  8. Jitka Hromek

    Great idea.

  9. DH

    I was just saying I wonder if these types of classes still exist. Right on time. Soft skills are so important and often go overlooked.

  10. Shonya Carlock

    What a great offering!

  11. Tameka Allen

    I think this is a GREAT porgram for young people. I believe Etiquette is very important and extends beyond the dinner table which is why it’s great you include so many other aspects of etiquette. I will spread the word about this program.

  12. Simone

    Have been looking for something just like this!

  13. Alexandra Rosero

    This sounds like a very cool program!

  14. AED

    So important in today’s world!

  15. Danielle brasure

    I was just thinking of these types of classes after we finished reading Felicity the American girl story. Great way to reinforce what we try to do at home.

  16. Adina

    I was just about to suggest to VD that Polite Piggys offer etiquette. We are in need!!!

  17. Gemma Mills

    I’m for this!! I believe all boys and girls should experience this type of program. These days etiquette is failing and having classes like this will help our future leaders.

  18. Ruth LaToison Ifill

    Would love this opportunity for my daughter!

  19. Daniela

    Yes please!

  20. Daniela

    This is the start of the link,kids in the city needs.

  21. This sound excellent, for all kids,hope this is cast and open,to all my grand daughter will fit right in…

  22. H Lawver

    This is something we’ve been working on with my child for awhile – hopefully with some success.

  23. Sonia

    Would love to win for my ladybug

  24. My daughter would love this

  25. Would love this for my daughter!

  26. Karen Geating

    I did this as a tween and hated it, but now realize how lucky I was to be forced to take such a class and plan to force my kids do it too.

  27. It is the best opportunity for those people they are looking for the best classes for etiquette and manners. Thanks for information. Keep it up.

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