Tag: parent resources

REMINDER: Lets Talk About Taxes – Presentation on AZ’s Budget

REMINDER: Lets Talk About Taxes – Presentation on AZ’s Budget

| September 7, 2015

CCC&Y presents “Lets Talk About Taxes”, a FREE Presentation on AZ Budget and Taxes on Tuesday, September 15th.

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Strengthening  Families Through the Protective Factors – FREE Workshop – Flagstaff, October 6th

Strengthening Families Through the Protective Factors – FREE Workshop – Flagstaff, October 6th

| September 7, 2015

Join Michelle Simmons on Tuesday, October 6th at the Flagstaff Family Resource Center for the first of a four-part series of FREE trainings based on the Strengthening Families through Protective Factors. The event includes the protective factors Concrete Support in Times of Need and Children’s Social and Emotional Competence.

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Strong Families Workshop – September 26th – Native Americans For Community Action

Strong Families Workshop – September 26th – Native Americans For Community Action

| September 6, 2015

Strong Families – The “Through Good Times and Not So Good Times” workshop will be presented on September 26th and will include breakout sessions for parents and youth. Parents will hear 2 hour long presentations from an adolescent and family dynamics expert. Youth will learn about practical applications of culture from a traditional Dine healer

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Celebrate After School with free FACTS ‘Lights On’ Carnival on Sept. 12

Celebrate After School with free FACTS ‘Lights On’ Carnival on Sept. 12

| August 31, 2015

Family and Community Training for Students (FACTS) will present a free “Lights On” Carnival from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 12 at Bushmaster Park, 3150 N. Alta Vista Drive, Flagstaff. This is a free, community event.

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Lets Talk About Taxes – Presentation on AZ’s Budget

Lets Talk About Taxes – Presentation on AZ’s Budget

| August 31, 2015

CCC&Y presents “Lets Talk About Taxes”, a FREE Presentation on AZ Budget and Taxes on Tuesday, September 15th.

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Benefits of Yoga for Psychosocial Well-Being in a US High School Curriculum

Benefits of Yoga for Psychosocial Well-Being in a US High School Curriculum

| August 31, 2015

Considering yoga’s stress-busting effects, one would think that high-schoolers might benefit from the practice. And now, a study shows that yoga does confer benefits to teens.

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New Rule: Some Child Welfare Cases Won’t Be Investigated

New Rule: Some Child Welfare Cases Won’t Be Investigated

| August 31, 2015

Under the proposed rule, child welfare workers may not have to see every child who is named in such abuse reports. It would mark a reversal from the current standard, which requires interviews. Read more here…

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Would You Invest in a Long-Term Strategy Backed by Decades of Research to Increase Your Bottom Line?

Would You Invest in a Long-Term Strategy Backed by Decades of Research to Increase Your Bottom Line?

| August 31, 2015

Why we should invest in child development? Because when we create healthier environments for all children, we’re promoting a healthier and more productive nation… Read more HERE.

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Five Clever Ideas to Spark Independent Reading by Kids

Five Clever Ideas to Spark Independent Reading by Kids

| August 24, 2015

There are so many concepts, skills and standards to be covered in any given school day, week or year that it can be easy to forget about one simple activity that promotes autonomy and starts students down a path of lifelong learning — independent reading. Here are Five Clever Ideas to Spark Independent Reading by Kids!

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Brain Scans Show Why Reading to Kids Is Good for Them

Brain Scans Show Why Reading to Kids Is Good for Them

| August 24, 2015

Brain scans show those who heard stories regularly showed more activity in areas linked to word meanings, imagination… Read more for details!

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