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Attendance Works is a national and state initiative that pushes for better policy and practice to improve school attendance.
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CIS Chatham County 20h
"There aren't enough mentors so I became one myself" Interested in learning more about local opportunities to ? Visit to learn how you can change lives!
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Are you a district leader or professional learning specialist in CA? Join us on Feb. 26 for in-person training to help you build & strengthen school attendance teams. Register:
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Mel Atkins 16h
Just started reading this great resource.
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Mark your calendar! Join us on March 21 for our 1st AAM webinar: Lay a Foundation. We'll discuss attendance in the early school years & how family engagement helps move the needle. Registration link coming soon!
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Save the Date! Join us as we kick off Attendance Awareness Month 2019 on March 21 with our 1st webinar: Lay a Foundation. We'll discuss attendance in the early school years & how family engagement helps move the needle. Registration link coming soon.
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KKISCA 21h
Another tool to improve student mental health? Kids talking to kids
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. Find resource to engage families in our Early & Often toolkit: Also watch for the registration link for our March 21 webinar, focused on engaging families in the early years. Hear what others are doing!
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Dental health problems in childhood are a common chronic disease & are linked to school absences. is celebrating National Children's Dental Health Month in February. Find posters, coloring sheets & a planning guide:
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AspenSEAD Feb 18
This month we’re talking about what it takes to help develop children’s social, emotional, and academic skills. Join us on Tues :00 pm ET.
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National Child Traumatic Stress Network Feb 18
Secondary Traumatic Stress for Educators: Understanding and Mitigating the Effects
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AspenSEAD Feb 18
Read all 6 recommendations and find out more about supporting children's holistic development at
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Office of Head Start Feb 18
According to , tooth decay is the single most common chronic disease among U.S. children. When left untreated, tooth decay can cause pain and infections, as well as problems eating, speaking, and learning:
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FutureEd Feb 18
A New Ally in the Fight Against Absenteeism: Pediatricians
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Attendance Works Feb 18
And here is the article we mentioned earlier today!
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Attendance Works Feb 16
We've been busy planning! Join us as we kick off Attendance Awareness Month 2019 on March 21 with our 1st webinar: Lay a Foundation. We'll discuss attendance in the early school years & how family engagement helps move the needle. Registration link coming soon!
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Attendance Works Feb 18
A new study suggests that living in a high-crime area, or simply passing through one on the way to school, can impact how often students show up to class. Nice read via
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Suncoast GL Reading Feb 15
. graduate reflects on what it meant to have perfect attendance growing up and shares her enthusiasm about the potential of DeSoto County students.
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313Reads Feb 15
Studies show there is a connection between school attendance and academics & long-term health. Making attendance a priority is a must in every school district. via
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