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Donations for Back-to-School

| June 24, 2017
Donations for Back-to-School

The Coconino Coalition for Children and Youth is collecting donations in the form of $25 gift cards for foster and kinship families in order to purchase new back-to-school clothing.

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TLC Job Posting

| June 24, 2017
TLC Job Posting

TLC Facilitator will be trained by TLC Program Supervisor to facilitate TLC’s 60-hour family Development Course with teen parents attending Flagstaff Unified School District Summit High School and Teenage Parent Program. TLC Facilitator must demonstrate appreciation for diversity and strong interpersonal skills. Experience working with teen parents preferred.

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Girl Scout Intel Maker Camp

| June 24, 2017
Girl Scout Intel Maker Camp

Maker Camp is for girls in middle school, ages 11-14 and will feature various activities to introduce technology and leadership skills, including a maker experience made possible by Intel. The experience will focus on maker fundamentals and creating innovations to share with your peers and solve real world problems to help your community.

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Become a Foster Parent!

| June 24, 2017
Become a Foster Parent!

Ever wonder what it takes to become a foster parent? If so, please join us for a free foster care orientation. Orientations are held the 2nd Tuesday of every month 5:30-6:30 at Pathways of AZ.

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12-Week Family Development Course

| June 24, 2017
12-Week Family Development Course

Our FREE 12-week course starts in August, and all classes are offered in the evening, 5:30-7:30PM, at Killip Elementary School. Dinner and childcare are provided. Incentives for participation and children’s books included!

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Salvation Army Up-Coming Events and Volunteers Needed

| June 24, 2017
Salvation Army Up-Coming Events and Volunteers Needed

The Salvation Army and Wal-Mart have teamed up again to send your child back to school prepared for the year ahead. Each Child will receive a gift car to Wal-Mart to purchase a new outfit. This event is open to children between the ages of 5 and 12 years old who attend a Flagstaff Public School or Tuba City School.

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Kids Squared

| June 24, 2017
Kids Squared

Come experience a variety of fun hands-on exhibits based on science and engineering concepts, presented by The Wonder Factory! The events are free for kids aged 2-12 and run from June 7th through August 9th.

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Support Healthy Sexuality in Teens

| June 24, 2017
Support Healthy Sexuality in Teens

Do you work with teens? This one-track program offers a variety of topics presented by professionals in the field. Supporting open communication between adults and teens is a good way to empower teens to protect their sexual health.

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New Report Finds Most Kids in AZ Do Not Have Access to Preschool Programs

| June 24, 2017
New Report Finds Most Kids in AZ Do Not Have Access to Preschool Programs

Arizona once again ranks at the bottom of the country for access to quality and state investments per child on preschool. According to the 2016 State of Preschool Yearbook released annually by the National Institute for Early Education Research (NIEER), despite bipartisan national support for quality early preschool, Arizona continues to lose ground. The report states that “decades of research shows that early childhood education can prepare children for greater success in elementary school and beyond- but only if quality is high”. In Arizona, the legislature eliminated general fund dollars for preschool in 2010. Those dollars have not been replaced despite improvements in the state’s economy.

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AzAAP Seeks Reach out and Read Regional Coordinator – Navajo Region

| June 24, 2017
AzAAP Seeks Reach out and Read Regional Coordinator – Navajo Region

As a staff member of the AZ Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, this position provides daily support for the implementation and growth of the Reach Out and Read program within the community and pediatric practices.

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