Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence (AzCASE) — Launch into FALL with these resources

| October 1, 2019
Last Day to Save on Registrations
Is Today!
Late fees go into effect TOMORROW.
Don’t delay, register today and save!
Awards, Workshops, Give-A-Ways, Exhibitors, tons of great information, and complimentary lunch. This is the 27th and best year yet for the conference, sign up to join us!
Regular Registration, $110: through Sept 30th
Group Registration. 10 or more staff, $95 until Sept 30th
Late Fee Registration: $125 for all registrations submitted on and after Oct 1st

Registering with a PO? You can register now to reserve seats for your staff and send us an approved PO once it’s available (see registration form for details)

Registration questions email

It’s FALL in Arizona!
Here are some fun project ideas to bring the FALL colors to your program, even for those in areas where the tress outside don’t change color. Click on the items below to see the details.
Future Leaders Town Hall
“Strong Families Thriving Children”
 AzCASE is working with Arizona Town Hall to carry out three Future Leaders Town Hall (FLTH) events in Maricopa, Pinal and Coconino counties. With these events the hope is to bring attention to the value of out-of-school time programming as a significant component on the Future Leaders Town Hall topic of Strong Families Thriving Children. AzCASE is the organization in Arizona that is leading these advocacy efforts, bringing the community together, and giving youth a voice. The event is open to all middle school and high school age youth who would like to participate.
Being able to communicate with children—and knowing how they communicate back—is key to developing relationships. Effective communication can have a lifelong impact. Curious about what makes a good communicator? Find out in this article from the NAA.
Arizona OST Quality Program
Need help or have questions about the Arizona Quality Standards? Just give us a call! 602.734.5434
Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence


Category: Advocacy, Education, Educational Opportunities

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