Tag: News

A Matter of Equity: Preschool in America

| April 22, 2015
A Matter of Equity: Preschool in America

Arizona Association for the Education of Young Children (AzAEYC) Newsletter: A Matter of Equity: Preschool in America New Report by the U.S. Department of Education All parents hope their child will start school ready for success. Unfortunately, not every parent can find the high-quality early learning opportunity that sets their child up for success. On […]

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Circles of Care Event

| April 22, 2015
Circles of Care Event

Northern Americans for Community Action, Inc (NACA) Circles of Care Project is hosting a family evening event on May 7th, to acknowledge National Children’s Mental Health Day.   The event will be held at Buffalo Park starting at 5:30 pm and plans are to end about 7:00 pm.    COC was informed that Mayor Jerry Nabours is in the process […]

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Some Good News about Foster Youth

| April 22, 2015
Some Good News about Foster Youth

Children’s Action Alliance newsletter: April 22, 2015 Fostering Advocates Arizona (FAAZ) is a CAA initiative focused on improving the outcomes of young adults who have experienced foster care. FAAZ is guided by young adults who have experienced foster care, with the goal of ensuring that young adults have the information, resources and support they need to transition […]

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Girls on the Run of Northern Arizona Looking for Fall Coaches

| April 22, 2015
Girls on the Run of Northern Arizona Looking for Fall Coaches

Girls On The Run (GOTR) of Northern Arizona is a 10 week program for girls in 3rd-5th and 6th-8th grade which teaches girls life skills such as confidence, self-awareness, and team building through fun and creative running activities. Last year Girls on the Run (GOTR) was offered in 8 Flagstaff schools (14 sites total) and served over […]

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Send a Comment by May 18th – Indian Child Welfare Act

| April 22, 2015
Send a Comment by May 18th – Indian Child Welfare Act

The public only has until May 18, 2015 to contact the Bureau of Indian Affairs to oppose changes to the minimum Federal standards in the Indian Child Welfare Act. Those changes would adversely impact the removal of Indian children from their families and place those children in foster and adoptive homes or institutions without consideration […]

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REMEMBER Campaign for Change – Write a Postcard for A Brighter Arizona! – Deadline May 8th

| April 22, 2015
REMEMBER Campaign for Change – Write a Postcard for A Brighter Arizona! – Deadline May 8th

Children’s Action Alliance (CAA): The legislative session is over, but we can’t let the grassroots protests about the bad budget decisions disappear. Write a short message to Governor Ducey today and join other Arizonans like you who want a better state budget for a brighter Arizona future. Together, we can keep the issues bubbling in […]

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Northland Family Help Center is hosting 2 events at Heritage Square this Friday

| April 21, 2015
Northland Family Help Center is hosting 2 events at Heritage Square this Friday

Northland Family Help Center will be hosting two events this Friday at Heritage Square, Downtown Flagstaff. From 7am-4pm is Clothesline Project, event to raise awareness and support to survivors of Domestic Violence and Abuse. For more information click HERE. From 3pm-8 is the Youthfest performance event to celebrate youth and raise awareness about Child Abuse Prevention Month […]

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Love your Library Contest

| April 21, 2015
Love your Library Contest

Enter the Love Your Library contest and have the chance to when a gift card up to $2000 for your favorite library. For more information on how to enter click HERE.

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A Standards Review that Supports Teachers and Students

| April 20, 2015
A Standards Review that Supports Teachers and Students

A Standard Review that Supports Teachers and Students by Expect More Arizona Last month, Governor Ducey asked the State Board of Education to review Arizona’s College and Career Ready Standards. Expect More Arizona believe’s a review can be developed that supports teachers and students by continuing the academic progress our students have made and minimizing any […]

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