Tag: Museum of Northern Arizona

Museum of Northern Arizona update for April 12 — 1086 families in Flagstaff with 7th or 8th grade students received a surprise gift in the mail from MNA – a two year family membership

| April 15, 2019
Museum of Northern Arizona update for April 12 — 1086 families in Flagstaff with 7th or 8th grade students received a surprise gift in the mail from MNA – a two year family membership

… Recently 1086 families in Flagstaff with 7th or 8th grade students received a surprise gift in the mail from MNA – a two year family membership. This new program, called the Molly Blank Club, is a collaboration between MNA and The Molly Blank Foundation to give Title 1 students access to the museum and all it offers.

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College and Career Readiness Day April 2 – No school for CHS and FHS Seniors. See more local education news here

| March 26, 2019
College and Career Readiness Day April 2 – No school for CHS and FHS Seniors. See more local education news here

Coconino High School and Flagstaff High School have designated Tuesday, April 2nd as College and Career Readiness Day for students in grades 9, 10, and 11.  Each school will be administering the Aspire exam to freshman, the Pre-ACT to sophomores, and the ACT to juniors.  These exams give students a predictable measure of their academic strengths and weaknesses whether they intend to go to college or enter the work place after high school.

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STEAM Second Saturdays: “Let it Snow”

| December 9, 2018
STEAM Second Saturdays: “Let it Snow”

A seasonal celebration with snow science and crafts for kids in the Discovery Room.

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Tiny Tales at MNA

| November 18, 2018
Tiny Tales at MNA

Come and listen to There was a Coyote Who Swallowed a Flea!! This book tells the story of a coyote who swallowed a flea and other things. It is told in a sing-song manner and features funny artwork to match the silly tale.

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Tiny Tales at MNA

| November 11, 2018
Tiny Tales at MNA

Come and listen to There was a Coyote Who Swallowed a Flea!! This book tells the story of a coyote who swallowed a flea and other things. It is told in a sing-song manner and features funny artwork to match the silly tale.

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Impacts of domestic violence on children is serious; positive change is necessary. See more education news here

| October 24, 2018
Impacts of domestic violence on children is serious; positive change is necessary. See more education news here

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, a time to raise awareness of an issue that affects every community, and a time to commit to doing something to help support and heal victims—especially the youngest victims.

While domestic violence is defined as a pattern of behavior that one person in a relationship uses to control the other, it’s not only those in the relationship that suffer. Children experience domestic violence by seeing it, hearing it and living in constant fear of something happening again. Sometimes violence in the home leads to children being removed from the home and placed in the foster care, system where a team of professionals, as well as their caretakers, may struggle to understand how to help.

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Tiny Tales at MNA

| October 21, 2018
Tiny Tales at MNA

Come and listen to Dia de los Muertos! This book talks about the Dia de los Muertos and how it is celebrated.

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Celebraciones De La Gente

| October 14, 2018
Celebraciones De La Gente

Fine art and unique crafts, Mariachi music, Folklorico and Aztec dancing, colorful and elaborate ofrendas (altars), insightful heritage programs, and Day of the Dead inspired crafts for the kids.

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Celebraciones De La Gente

| October 7, 2018
Celebraciones De La Gente

Fine art and unique crafts, Mariachi music, Folklorico and Aztec dancing, colorful and elaborate ofrendas (altars), insightful heritage programs, and Day of the Dead inspired crafts for the kids.

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Steam Second Saturdays: Digging Dinosaurs

| October 7, 2018
Steam Second Saturdays: Digging Dinosaurs

Celebrate National Fossil Day at MNA! Join Paleontologist Christa Sadler to touch fossils, handle tools and hear how paleontologists find, excavate, remove and prepare dinosaur bones.

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