RSSEducational Opportunities

The Wonder Factory

| May 27, 2018
The Wonder Factory

The Wonder Factory’s goal is to lead the next generation of young minds into their place as the thinkers, the makers, and the creators of the future through hands-on interactions with science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics.

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FREE Suicide prevention Workshops in Flagstaff – ASIST

| May 27, 2018
FREE Suicide prevention Workshops in Flagstaff – ASIST

The NACA’s Reach UR Life team is pleased to release the 2018 ASIST and SafeTALK schedule for next year! These trainings are anticipated to fill up fast, so please make sure to register early to secure your spot!

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Family Science: Amazing Arthropods

| May 27, 2018
Family Science: Amazing Arthropods

Join Willow Bend and Northern Arizona University’s Merriam-Powell Center for Environmental Research for a creepy, crawly and super exciting Amazing Arthropod event.

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STEAM Second Saturdays: Raising Reptiles

| May 27, 2018
STEAM Second Saturdays: Raising Reptiles

Join Museum of Northern Arizona on the second Saturday of the month for exciting kids’ programs, hands-on activities, and creative crafts. Programs are included with admission and are scheduled at 2:00 pm. Family and kids of all ages are welcome.

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Science Saturday: Plant Power!

| May 27, 2018
Science Saturday: Plant Power!

Explore the power of plants through games, hands-on activities, crafts and more!

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safeTALK 4 Hour FREE Training July 12th, 2018

| May 27, 2018
safeTALK 4 Hour FREE Training July 12th, 2018

How to identify if someone is at risk for suicide by recognizing invitations for help. Learn how to effectively reach out and offer support by applying specific safeTALK skills, and how to connect people with thoughts of suicide to community support resources.

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From skeptic to champion? Gov. Doug Ducey’s evolving views on education funding. See other state education news here

| May 22, 2018
From skeptic to champion? Gov. Doug Ducey’s evolving views on education funding. See other state education news here

In commercials and interviews over the past month, Gov. Doug Ducey has touted the education funding package he was able to push through the Legislature, burnishing his image as an education-minded governor committed to investing dollars in schools.

Those words stand in stark contrast to how Ducey has spoken about public schools and teachers before this year, when a massive teacher movement made itself known at schools statewide and at the Capitol. 

… But the Ducey of previous times did not face what the governor faced beginning in March. An army of teachers clad in red T-shirts threatened, and then did, walk off the job, affecting more than 800,000 students statewide.

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Free Conference in Prescott June 8: AZ Families Thrive

| May 20, 2018
Free Conference in Prescott June 8: AZ Families Thrive

The Arizona Department of Child Safety is hosting the 2018 Arizona Families Thrive Conference series at no charge to families. Participants will have the opportunity to hear from regionally and nationally recognized speakers who are subject matter experts in relevant topics.

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The Wonder Factory

| May 20, 2018
The Wonder Factory

The Wonder Factory’s goal is to lead the next generation of young minds into their place as the thinkers, the makers, and the creators of the future through hands-on interactions with science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics.

Continue Reading

Science Saturday: Plant Power!

| May 20, 2018
Science Saturday: Plant Power!

Explore the power of plants through games, hands-on activities, crafts and more!

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