Tag: Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth

Child Abuse Prevention Month (April 2019) kicks off with official City of Flagstaff proclamation

| April 2, 2019
Child Abuse Prevention Month (April 2019) kicks off with official City of Flagstaff proclamation

Variety of events planned throughout region including walk in Tuba City on April 4, Field of Hope dedication ceremony on April 5 in Flagstaff.

Child Abuse Prevention Month kicked off in April with the reading of the official proclamation by the City of Flagstaff at its regular City Council meeting on Tuesday, April 2, 2019.

The proclamation was presented to CCC&Y Executive Director Virginia Watahomigie by members of the Flagstaff City Council and Mayor Coral Evans.

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Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth announces 2019 Caring for Children Award winners

| February 25, 2019
Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth announces 2019 Caring for Children Award winners

They include a policy leader who has advocated for early and developmentally disabled childhood education programs throughout Coconino County; an individual who has served nearly three decades strengthening and keeping families together in Northern Arizona; a Flagstaff native and 24-year elementary school principal who has promoted a variety of programs that support the educational and well-being of local youth and their families; a long-serving shelter advocate who provides youth the life skills they need to become successful and productive adults; an elementary and high school soccer coach who has sought to instill leadership and teamwork skills in the players he has worked with; a community leader whose efforts have provided a variety of afterschool, weekend and summer programs in Page.

The Coconino Coalition for Children and Youth (CCC&Y) congratulates the 2019 Caring for Children Award recipients, who will be honored during the 2019 Child Abuse Prevention Conference and Luncheon — “Healing Collective Trauma through Community Connections” — April 18 in Flagstaff.

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Registration now open for Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth’s 2019 Annual Child Abuse Prevention Conference on April 18

| February 18, 2019
Registration now open for Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth’s 2019 Annual Child Abuse Prevention Conference on April 18

In recognition of April as Child Abuse Prevention Month, CCC&Y will present the 2019 Annual Child Abuse Prevention Conference and Luncheon — “Healing Collective Trauma through Community Connections,” at Little America Hotel, Flagstaff on Thursday, April 18, 2019. The conference will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Laura van Dernoot Lipsky, who is widely recognized as a pioneer in the field of trauma exposure, will discuss caring for ourselves and our community as we respond to our own and others’ experience of trauma and the “trauma exposure response.”

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Expect More Arizona poll on education to be discussed at CCC&Y monthly board meeting on Jan. 22

| January 18, 2019
Expect More Arizona poll on education to be discussed at CCC&Y monthly board meeting on Jan. 22

The Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth will hold its first monthly board meeting of 2019 from noon to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 22 at the County Health and Community Services Building, 2625 N. King St., Pinon Room, Flagstaff.

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Upcoming CCC&Y Events and Activities

| January 1, 2019
Upcoming CCC&Y Events and Activities

Upcoming CCC&Y Events and Activities: 2019 Monthly Board and Membership Meetings: *Held the third Monday of every month from 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m., Coconino County Health District, 2625 N. King St., Ponderosa Room, Flagstaff * Meetings subject to change due to holidays. Visit https://news.coconinokids.org for the latest update. 2019 Monthly CCC&Y Committee Meetings: CCC&Y Action and Outreach […]

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Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth provides opportunities for candidates to address youth education and child welfare issues

| September 14, 2018
Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth provides opportunities for candidates to address youth education and child welfare issues

COCONINO COUNTY — Candidates running for elected office throughout Coconino County are encouraged to take advantage of an opportunity to get their message out to potential voters on youth education and children welfare issues.

The Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth will once again provide its one-stop webpage featuring information from candidates impacting the county.

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CCC&Y board approves new Policy Initiatives for 2018-19

| August 24, 2018
CCC&Y board approves new Policy Initiatives for 2018-19

The board of the Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth voted on Aug. 20 to approve a series of Policy Initiatives for 2018-19.

The policies cover education, child welfare, environmental equity and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).

CCC&Y is a non-partisan organization that supports an educated and engaged voting population that participates in our democratic process.

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CCC&Y to hold next monthly board meeting on July 16

| July 10, 2018
CCC&Y to hold next monthly board meeting on July 16

The Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth will hold its next monthly board meeting from noon to 1:30 p.m. Monday, July 16 at the County Health and Community Services Building, 2625 N. King St., Ponderosa Room, Flagstaff.

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Week of the Young Child. See more Page education news here

| April 18, 2018
Week of the Young Child. See more Page education news here

Coconino County has expanded the Week of the Young Child celebrating children ages zero to five from April 17th – April 30th.

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CCCY Response to the Current Education Climate

| April 15, 2018
CCCY Response to the Current Education Climate

While we sincerely hope that Arizona is able to avoid a teacher strike, we at the Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth have been reporting on the desperately needed support for education in our State for years now.  We recognize that we all make choices and get what we pay for.  For us in Arizona, […]

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