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Guest Speaker from Expect More Arizona – CCC&Y Board Meeting – Monday, February 23rd

| February 17, 2015
Guest Speaker from Expect More Arizona – CCC&Y Board Meeting – Monday, February 23rd

Join us for a presentation from the state-wide education advocacy organization, Expect More Arizona (EMA) on Monday, February 23rd from 12 to 1:30 p.m. at the Coconino County Public Health Services, Ponderosa Room.  Erin Hart, EMA Vice President, will be covering critical educational issues to be watching this legislative session, what to expect, and how […]

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New program helps foster youth achieve college education

| February 16, 2015
New program helps foster youth achieve college education

February 15, 2015 • By Heather Beshears • Yuma News Now TEMPE — The Arizona foster care tuition waiver, a bill signed into law by former Gov. Jan Brewer in 2013, helps Arizona’s foster youth earn a college degree by offering free tuition. But getting students into college is just part of the goal. The […]

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Parents 360 Free Training

| February 15, 2015
Parents 360 Free Training

The Guidance Center is hosting a free training for parents on “Drugs/Alcohol, Your Teen, and YOU” Talking to your teens about drugs and alcohol can be tough,but it is one of the most important things you can do to help prevent them from using substances. When: March 3, 2015 at 5:30 p.m. Where: Ellen Seaborne Indigo Room […]

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Register Now For The Strengthening Families Program

| February 12, 2015
Register Now For The Strengthening Families Program

The Guidance Center is hosting the Strengthening Families Program from March 24 – May 5. The Strengthening Families Program is a free 7-week program for parents and their children ages 10-14. Designed To: Help parents build on their strengths in showing love and setting limits Help youth develop skills in handling peer pressure and building a positive […]

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Oral Health Coalition Meeting

| February 11, 2015
Oral Health Coalition Meeting

The next Oral Health Coalition meeting will be Friday, February 13, 2015 at 1pm in The Native Culture Center at Northern Arizona University For questions, comments, and concerns e-mail dental.hygiene@nau.edu For the flyer click HERE.

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2015 Ahoy To Summer Health Fair Vendor Application

| February 11, 2015
2015 Ahoy To Summer Health Fair Vendor Application

The 2015 Ahoy to Summer Committee is pleased to invite you to participate at Ahoy to Summer: Anchors Aweigh to Health a children’s health, wellness & learning Fair on Saturday, May 16, 2015 at the Flagstaff Aquaplex. This fun, pirate-themed event targets the school age children of northern Arizona and promotes a healthy summer and back to […]

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Trauma Informed Care Conference

| February 11, 2015
Trauma Informed Care Conference

The Arizona Council of Human Service Providers presents the Trauma Informed Care Conference on March 24, 2015 from 8:30am-5pm at the Black Canyon Conference Center. Guest speaker Dr. Bruce Perry will present the topic:  “Trauma Impacts the Brain: Healing Happens in Relationships” For more information on the Trauma Informed Care Conference and Dr. Perry click HERE. Fees: […]

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‘Most Likely to Succeed’: An education documentary designed to engage the students

| February 10, 2015
‘Most Likely to Succeed’: An education documentary designed to engage the students

February 03, 2015 • By Lindsey Bahr — AP Film Writer • U.S. News & World Report PARK CITY, Utah (AP) — For all the hand-wringing about the American education system, for most families, the problems only become evident when they hits the home. At least that was the case for director Greg Whiteley (“Mitt”) […]

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Conference targets positive intervention in schools

| February 9, 2015
Conference targets positive intervention in schools

February 02, 2015 • Arizona State University Creating a safe and more supportive school environment for PreK-12 students is at the heart of an upcoming education conference, March 5-6, sponsored in part by ASU Online. In its fourth year, the Behavior Education Technology Conference is focused on assisting educators, administrators and school support staff in […]

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Early Childhood Development: Three Things Experts Agree on about Outcomes, Quality, and Costs

| February 9, 2015
Early Childhood Development: Three Things Experts Agree on about Outcomes, Quality, and Costs

February 02, 2015 • Brookings Institute The science of child development tells us that, for early childhood interventions, what matters is “process quality.” Process quality is not concerned with the quality of the facilities where children are given care, or the types of university degrees that their caregivers have. Rather, process quality focuses on how […]

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