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Moenkopi Youth Law and Order Day

| April 26, 2015
Moenkopi Youth Law and Order Day

A call for Community Resources to attend the Moenkopi Youth Law and Order Day’s event. Upper Village of Moenkopi’s Law and Order Committee is hosting the 2nd Annual Youth Law and Order Day on May 19th 2015.  Stating @ 9:00 am and will end @ 4:30 pm. The Committee is asking for the resources to set up the night before […]

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Arizona Birth Certificates Available in Tuba City

| April 26, 2015
Arizona Birth Certificates Available in Tuba City

Arizona Birth Certificates Available in Tuba City on the 1st & 3rd Wednesday of each month and 1st Thursday of the month every other month. For the 2015 Service and Fee schedule, and details click HERE.

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5 Myths about Child Maltreatment

| April 26, 2015
5 Myths about Child Maltreatment

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, when organizations across the country come together to raise awareness about child abuse.Child abuse, or maltreatment, can take different forms, including neglect, psychological maltreatment, and physical or sexual abuse. Maltreatment can result in long-lasting negative consequences to children’s physical, psychological, behavioral, societal, and even biological development. During this month and […]

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Stuck Outside the Poor Door – The Child Watch Column

| April 24, 2015
Stuck Outside the Poor Door – The Child Watch Column

Marian Wright Edelman, President, Children’s Defense Fund Stuck Outside the Poor Door More than 88,000 people have applied to enter the “poor door” at a new luxury condominium tower on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Only one in 1,600 will win the lottery to live there. Some months ago a New York developer made […]

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Beyond Education Wars – NYTimes Op Ed

| April 24, 2015
Beyond Education Wars – NYTimes Op Ed

“…..But in Oklahoma, I once met two little girls, ages 3 and 4, whose great-grandmother had her first child at 13, whose grandmother had her first at 15, whose mom had her first at 13 and now has four children by three fathers. These two little girls will break that cycle, I’m betting, because they […]

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Relationships, cultural relevance contribute to closing achievement gaps

| April 23, 2015
Relationships, cultural relevance contribute to closing achievement gaps

April 22, 2015 • By Caitlin Bohrer • Arizona Education News Service Have you ever washed a rental car? Had its oil changed? Or given it a tune-up? Most people would say no, because they don’t have the desire to take care of a car that they don’t own. Jeff Fuller, superintendent of Whiteriver Unified School District, […]

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First Friday ArtWalk on May 1 to include ‘Teacher Appreciation Reception’ at Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce

| April 23, 2015
First Friday ArtWalk on May 1 to include ‘Teacher Appreciation Reception’ at Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce

April 23, 2015 • Flagstaff Arts Council The First Friday Art Walk on May 1 will include a “Teacher Appreciation Reception” from 4 to 5:30 p.m. at Greater Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce, 101 W. Route 66, downtown Flagstaff. Teachers and educators from preschool to college are invited to attend this reception as a prelude to the […]

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Upcoming Coconino County Parks & Recreation Programs

| April 22, 2015
Upcoming Coconino County Parks & Recreation Programs

Coconino County Parks & Recreation has many programs coming up for adults, youth, and the whole family. 2015 Summer Camp Archery League Basic Gardening Tips The Basics of Canning Colorado River Rafting Basic Archery Clinic Mountain Bike Camp

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FUSD provides information at community meeting on school safety

| April 22, 2015
FUSD provides information at community meeting on school safety

After a recent series of threatening telephone calls to a number of schools within the Flagstaff Unified School District, the district and the Flagstaff Police Department presented a community meeting on school safety on April 21 at Flagstaff High School, an event attended by more than 600 parents, educators and community members. During the program, the district presented the handout “Talking Points for Students” to help parents, teachers and students open the conversation about the recent lockdowns. Links to media coverage of the meeting, including audio from the event, are now available.

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Child Abuse Prevention Conference

| April 22, 2015
Child Abuse Prevention Conference

Child Abuse Prevention Conference by Prevent Child Abuse Arizona (PCAAZ) Why attend the Child Abuse PREVENTION Conference? Through engaging keynote presentations, 60 workshop sessions and ongoing networking opportunities, you can expand your  professional horizons and join hundreds of other Arizonans working to prevent child maltreatment in our state. Featured workshops will focus on topics such […]

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