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Operations Director at GCY

| April 20, 2015
Operations Director at GCY

Grand Canyon Youth (GCY) are currently hiring for the Operations Director position at Grand Canyon Youth.  The Operations Director for GCY is responsible for organizing and implementing the logistics for our multi-day river-education programs.  This includes but is not limited to maintaining the warehouse and equipment and hiring/training guides and drivers.  Click HERE for a job […]

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Instructor needed at Flagstaff School of Music

| February 20, 2015
Instructor needed at Flagstaff School of Music

Position Open for energized, experienced piano instructor for PT/FT position at Flagstaff School of Music (FSM). FSM provides a spacious studio equipped with tuned piano, internet, music library, large waiting room with free wii-fi, coffee house next door, marketing/advertising, business management systems, recital stages, receptionist, community performance opportunities, mentoring, prospects, built-in clientele, & networking. FSM has […]

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Local Stewards of Children Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Workshops

| December 22, 2014
Local Stewards of Children Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Workshops

CLICK HERE to find the upcoming trainings in northern Arizona! It’s easy to tell you that Stewards of Children® is an evidence-informed prevention solution that increases knowledge, improves attitudes, and changes child protective behaviors. That it offers practical prevention training with a conversational, real-world approach. This is all true, but it doesn’t really tell you […]

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HomeStyles: New Healthy Lifestyle Program for Parents of Preschoolers

| September 29, 2014
HomeStyles: New Healthy Lifestyle Program for Parents of Preschoolers

The U of A has a new program for parents of preschool children.  It’s been several years in development and worked with hundreds of preschool parents to glean strategies that really work for busy families to help them have healthy lifestyles.  The program is called HomeStyles.  It’s a no-cost, online program in BOTH English and […]

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Stick Your Nose in a Book Day – project in support of children with special needs

| September 8, 2014
Stick Your Nose in a Book Day – project in support of children with special needs

PATINS State Director, Daniel McNulty and PATINS Coordinator, Kelli Suding, had some fun while participating in “Stick Your Nose in a Book” Day. They created a video reading of Pete The Cat & His Magic Sunglasses on iMovie for a K-2 class.  Doing this sort of thing with a book is easy, fun, mostly free, […]

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Fredonia Back to School Fair – August 14th – Vendor Registrations Welcome

| August 8, 2014
Fredonia Back to School Fair – August 14th – Vendor Registrations Welcome

The Fredonia Back to School Health and Safety Fair will be held August 14th from 5 to 7 p.m. on the grassy area between the elementary school and the high school, 221 E. Hortt in Fredonia. Please fill out the FREDONIA VENDOR REGISTRATION FORM and take part in this community event. Please complete and return the […]

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Families Are Talking! Workshop – Talking with young kids about birth, bodies, and sexuality

| May 27, 2014
Families Are Talking! Workshop – Talking with young kids about birth, bodies, and sexuality

The “Families Are Talking!” Workshop is a wonderful opportunity for parents! Don’t miss out on this FREE workshop, open to the public. When: Tuesday, June 17th from 5:30-7:00 pm Where: The Family Resource Center, 4000 N. Cummings St. What: This interactive workshop will empower parents to have age-appropriate conversations with their kids. Why: Sending healthy and […]

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Conference on the Dynamics of Sexual Assault

| February 13, 2014
Conference on the Dynamics of Sexual Assault

The Central Navajo Sexual Assault Response Team is offering a training on Understanding the Dynamics of Sexual Assault. Topics include Understanding rape culture, Violence against Women Act, and much more.

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Schools Do More With Less

| November 9, 2013 | 0 Comments
Schools Do More With Less

“Flagstaff’s poverty rate has steadily climbed over the last decade. Like the rest of the region, more than half of Flagstaff’s students are poor. The amount of state and federal funds per pupil averages about $6,000.The state contributes $4,200 of that. In Massachusetts, home to some of the best schools in the country, students get more than twice that amount from that state.”

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