Tag: Prevention

Comprehensive Professional Development Opportunities for Educators and School Leaders

| December 22, 2014
Comprehensive Professional Development Opportunities for Educators and School Leaders

As educators and districts continue to transition to the AZCCRS, the Northeast Arizona Regional Center (NEARC) continues to offer comprehensive professional development designed to move from an understanding of the Arizona College & Career Readiness standards into instructional practices. NEARC and the CCESA are dedicated to ensuring that school-age children in the Northeastern Region graduate […]

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Stewards of Children – Child Abuse Prevention Training – January 24th

| December 19, 2014
Stewards of Children – Child Abuse Prevention Training – January 24th

What is Stewards of Children? Stewards of Children is a prevention training program that teaches adults how to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse. The program is designed for organizations that serve youth and for individuals concerned about the safety of children. It is the only nationally distributed, evidence based program proven […]

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REMINDER – Northern Arizona Oral Health Coalition Meeting – January 9th

| December 19, 2014
REMINDER – Northern Arizona Oral Health Coalition Meeting – January 9th

The first Northern Arizona Oral Health Coalition meeting will be held January 9th, 2015 from 1 to 3 p.m. Representation from a diverse group of organizations and community members is desired in order to make sure all perspectives are heard. Please see and share the invitation with the time and place.  A delicious lunch will […]

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If you are going to sled – sled safely

| December 19, 2014
If you are going to sled – sled safely

If you are going to sled – sled safely Shawn Bowker, R.N., C.E.N., C.R.R.N. If sledding down a snow-covered hill is your family’s idea of fun this winter, make sure you know how to sled smart before heading outside. Sledding is a popular wintertime activity, but it’s important that you and your children know the […]

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Secure Rural Schools Program – What’s Next?

| December 18, 2014
Secure Rural Schools Program – What’s Next?

Spending Bill Ends Rural School Fund By Tim Marema Since 2000 the federal government has helped counties that relied on the timber industry to make up some of their local education funding. But that program received no money in the end-of-year spending package Congress just approved. The trillion dollar spending package that Congress passed Saturday […]

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Internet Child Safety Information – Tips for Parents and More

| December 18, 2014
Internet Child Safety Information – Tips for Parents and More

Internet Safety Information for Children Forty-five percent of children in the United States, more than 30 million, use the internet where a great deal of inappropriate content is available to them. Internet dangers to children include sexual exploitation or enticement. According to the latest online victimization research, approximately one in seven youth online (10 to […]

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THANK YOU New and Renewing Members – Now it’s YOUR Turn

| December 17, 2014
THANK YOU New and Renewing Members – Now it’s YOUR Turn

CCC&Y would like to thank CCC&Y’s new and renewing members!  We have many contributing partners who continue to ensure all children and youth in Coconino County have the resources and supports they  need to reach their full potential.  Our partners and members continue to be critical to our work and our impact.  We greatly appreciate […]

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CCC&Y is Now Accepting Nominations for the Annual 2015 Caring for Children Award

| December 17, 2014
CCC&Y is Now Accepting Nominations for the Annual 2015 Caring for Children Award

Coconino Coalition for Children and Youth is now accepting nominations for the Annual 2015 Caring for Children Award Do you know someone in Coconino County who gives outstanding direct care to children? CCC&Y will again recognize four outstanding individuals from throughout Coconino County who work directly with children and youth, making this a better place […]

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CONGRATULATIONS to the ChildLight Yoga Teacher Training Scholarship Recipients!

| December 17, 2014
CONGRATULATIONS to the ChildLight Yoga Teacher Training Scholarship Recipients!

It is our great pleasure to announce that the ChildLight Yoga Teacher Training scholarship recipients have been selected.  The scholarships have been made possible through a grant from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona.  Yoga practice among children improves behavior, increases concentration, relieves anxiety and stress, strengthens patience and decision making skills, and even reduces […]

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News from the Department of Child Safety

| December 17, 2014
News from the Department of Child Safety

When the legislature and Governor Brewer created the new Department of Child Safety they appropriated funding to add new staff so that children could be protected and connected with permanent homes. It is worth celebrating that as of October 31, the Department had filled all of its direct child safety specialist positions. In January of […]

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