Migraine at School is a comprehensive program to train parents, students, nurses, and educators to recognize and understand the symptoms of migraine in affected children. Migraine is a neurogenetic disease affecting approximately 10% of children ages 5 - 15 and up to 28% of adolescents. Children who have migraine are absent from school twice as often as children who do not. Despite its prevalence, migraine is a highly stigmatized disease. Join us to understand the stigma and to hear personal stories of those affected by migraine disease, including Danielle Byron Henry, who ultimately took her own life at 17 after her battle with chronic migraine, and how Migraine at School will facilitate important change.