The Spring Early Childhood Educational Series continues Tuesday April 16 from 6-8 PM with a talk on Kindergarten Readiness.
In celebration of April as the Month of the Young Child, the Child Development department of Siena Heights University along with Lenawee Great Start is sponsoring P.L.A.Y. - People Learning Actively With Young Children. Young children ages 2 to 6 along with their parents are invited to play with early childhood materials and everyday items that can be found in the home and discover what children are learning. The free event is Saturday, April 13 from 10:00 a.m. until noon in Dominican Hall on the campus of Siena Heights University.
The Adrian Public Library is currently taking applications for its summer Volunteen program. Volunteens must be going into 7th - 12 grade, have their parent's permission and be available at least 5 of the 8 weeks. Applications are due May 25 and can be picked up at the library or here.
An Early Childhood Educational Series will begin on March 26th with the first of 3 sessions. On March 26th, Chris Dowd, Speech-Language Pathologist for the LISD will share speech and communication activities in the home. On April 16th, Melissa Hilton, Kindergarten teacher will share Kindergarten readiness and what your child really needs to know to be ready for Kindergarten and have a successful year. Finally, on May 21, Pediatric Therapists @Promedica Total Rehab @Herrick will share wit
Community Action Agency Presents free "Financial Freedom" Classes. In this series of six classes, you will learn:
WLEN Radio, Touchstone Energy and Midwest Energy Cooperative are embarking on a contest to bring awareness to bullying. Teachers, school personnel and youth organizations county wide are being asked to consider taking it up as a project in their classrooms and/or organization and help their students create a public service announcement with the theme of "Bullying... What it means, how it affects me and how to make a difference."
If your child will turn five years of age by November 1, 2013, he or she can register for Kindergarten! Here is a list of Kindergarten Registration Dates for the local school districts (please bring you child's birth certificate, immunization record, and proof of residency when you register).
It's that time again--tax season! Thanks to the Community Action Agency's VITA Program and United Way, if your household income is under $51,000, you can file your taxes for FREE! Call 211 for more information, or visit myfreetaxes.com/?r=LUWLenaweeMichigan
The University of Michigan's Department of Psychiatry offers free parent workshops on Autism the 4th Wednesday of each month, 6-7:30 p.m. in the Rachel Upjohn Building at the UofM campus. Here is their laters flyer with topics for February and March.