Monthly Archives: January 2012

Help Needed: New Background Check Bill!

U.S. Representative Gwen Moore Introduced Legislation to Require Comprehensive Background Checks for Child Care Providers  Yesterday, Representative Gwen Moore (D-WI) introduced H.R. 3829,  the Child Care Accountability and Responsibility Act of 2012 or (CARE for Kids Act), which calls on states to … Continue reading

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New BOND 2012 Training Calendar and Membership Renewal

Dear Members and Friends of Building Optimal Nurturing and Development, I can hardly believe January is almost over and we are just getting out the new training calendar for BOND.  Please see the four attachments I’ve included in this email with … Continue reading

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El Rio’s Annual Give Kids a Smile – February 3, 2012

The following is from Simona Damon, Health Educator-Senior with Pima County Health Department: I hope this Friday is treating you well.  As most of you know I am an advocate for Oral Health so please find attached information on “Give Kids a … Continue reading

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Free Parenting Class – Northeast Tucson

 Got Kids? Do you ever wish that they came with an instruction booklet? ATTEND OUR SIX-SESSION PARENTING YOUNG CHILDREN CLASS! Skills that will lead to less parental stress: • Discipline That Makes Sense • Child Development and Temperament • Encouraging … Continue reading

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Network News – Winter 2012 Edition

Attached is the Parent Information Network’s Winter 2012 issue of Network News. Feel free to forward our newsletter to others who are interested in special education and disability-related topics. This issue features articles on the following topics: Transition from Arizona … Continue reading

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Special Presentation by Dr. Ida Rose Florez on Self-Regulation and School Readiness

Self-Regulation and School Readiness Please join us for this FREE professional development opportunity presented by Dr. Ida Rose Florez, Ph.D., N.C.S.P, Senior Director, Strategic Initiatives, First Things First. The best way to close the achievement gap is to prevent the achievement gap. … Continue reading

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Mealtime Challenges for Highly Selective Eaters

Cost: Free Refreshments will be served RSVP: Space is limited, so please contact Sarah 520-­829-­9635 sarahmalanga@gmail.com Please join us for a morning of information and sharing! Mealtime Challenges for Highly Selective Eaters Is your child a VERY PICKY eater? Is … Continue reading

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