Tag: Special Needs

Child Care Grant Opportunities

| January 10, 2015
Child Care Grant Opportunities

TWO Incredible Child Care Grant Opportunities Quality Improvement Child Care Grants for Regulated Home and Center Child Care Providers Up to $700 available to improve your child care setting! Access to Quality Child Care Grants to help parents in need pay for registration and fees Up to $300 available to assist families in need! Only […]

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Child Care Grant Opportunities

| January 7, 2015
Child Care Grant Opportunities

TWO Incredible Child Care Grant Opportunities Quality Improvement Child Care Grants for Regulated Home and Center Child Care Providers Up to $700 available to improve your child care setting! Access to Quality Child Care Grants to help parents in need pay for registration and fees Up to $300 available to assist families in need! Only […]

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Out-of-School Time Professional Development Training Opportunities

| January 6, 2015
Out-of-School Time  Professional Development Training Opportunities

You told us what training you wanted, and we listened. Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence (AzCASE) is excited to bring you these dynamic, knowledgeable presenters to address topics that Arizona out-of-school time professionals know are keys to quality! Providing Structure & Encouragement in Your Program Community Diana Brown This fast-paced workshop empowers out-of-school time staff to effectively handle […]

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Kids and Teen Yoga Classes Start THIS WEEK…..

| January 3, 2015
Kids and Teen Yoga Classes Start THIS WEEK…..

Kids and Teen Yoga Classes Start THIS WEEK….. 4-8 years old Tuesdays from 4-4:45 at The Yoga Experience 9-13 years old Fridays from 3:45-4:30 at Northern Arizona Yoga Center 14-19 years old Thursdays from 4-5 at The Yoga Experience Please spread the word and support yoga for our youth in Flagstaff! As you may know, […]

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Counties Secure Federal Land Funding but SRS Funds Still a Question for 2015

| January 2, 2015
Counties Secure Federal Land Funding but SRS Funds Still a Question for 2015

January 01, 2015 5:30 am  •  EMERY COWAN Sun Staff Reporter As the new year begins and Coconino County begins to build its annual budget, the county can erase the question mark beside at least one chunk of federal money. Congress fully funded the Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILT) program in two end-of-year must-pass […]

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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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2015 Infant Toddler Summit – February 10th & 11th, 2015

| December 17, 2014
2015 Infant Toddler Summit – February 10th & 11th, 2015

2015 Infant Toddler Summit – February 10th & 11th, 2015 In February 2015, Arizona Department of Education will host a two-day summit focusing on the Infant Toddler Development Guide, effective instructional strategies for working with infants & toddlers, including those with special needs, and the importance of building strong foundations that lead to school-readiness. Topics […]

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Job Opening at NACA for a Youth Engagement Specialist for the Circles of Care Program

| December 3, 2014
Job Opening at NACA for a Youth Engagement Specialist for the Circles of Care Program

Job Opening at NACA for a Youth Engagement Specialist for the Circles of Care Program The Youth Engagement Specialist is responsible for developing and leading youth activities. The intent of this position is to represent the voice of youth who have serious mental health needs. This position is responsible for developing programs for young people […]

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Pilot Parents Currently Accepting Applications for AZ Partners in Leadership

| November 16, 2014
Pilot Parents Currently Accepting Applications for AZ Partners in Leadership

Pilot Parents is pleased to announce that they are currently accepting applications for AZ Partners in Leadership. AZ Partners in Leadership is an enhancement of the Partners in Policymaking program. As you may know, the Partners program is an innovative leadership training program that teaches people to be community leaders, and to affect systems and […]

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4th Annual Hopi Disability Conference – Call for Presentations

| November 8, 2014
4th Annual Hopi Disability Conference – Call for Presentations

4th Annual Hopi Disability Awareness Conference March 18, 2015 Hopi Jr/Sr High School 2015 Call For Presentations The Hopi Office of Special Needs, Early Intervention & Vocational Rehabilitation Programs are soliciting proposals for its 4th Annual Hopi Disability Conference. The theme is “Facing Life’s Challenges”. Presentation topics should relate to disability issues including but not […]

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