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‘WHAT WE DO' MAGAZINE, FALL 2014
Youngsters learn best when they're laughing
Preparing youngsters for kindergarten involves a lot more fun than many people think it should. Find out what the experts say about today's early childhood education in the Fall 2014 edition of What We Do magazine. Also: Why art is so important to students with disabilities, and how local teachers create a writing curriculum used across Michigan.
Read those stories and more.
Join county teachers in demystifying computer science
More than 44 million people of all ages have learned an Hour of Code, a one-hour introductory course designed to demystify computer science and show that anybody can learn the basics. On Dec. 8-14 during Computer Science Education Week, a new Hour of Code will engage more students. Learn more.
Great Start Readiness Programs help 4-year-olds learn
GSRP is Michigan's state-funded preschool program for four-year-old children with factors that may place them at risk. Parents can submit an application online for their child to attend a Great Start Readiness Program. Children must meet eligibility and age criteria. Click here for more information and to submit information to determine if your child qualifies.
Read the latest edition of THE WOODLAND WORD
Red Wings pay a visit
Here is what you'll read in the latest edition of Woodland's newsletter, The Woodland Word:
– Social Security benefits explained
– Ministry helps the needy
– Soup contest hits the spot
Read the November / December 2014 issue
New historical video: ‘The Tornadoes of 1953’
RESA'S latest Moment in History video, The Tornadoes of 1953, examines two tornadoes that tore through St. Clair County within two weeks of each other that spring. The video features 17 witnesses / survivors of the storms telling their personal experiences of the days. The DVD is $10 and the Blu-ray is $20. Copies can be picked up at the front desk of the RESA administration building or ordered for an additional $2 to cover shipping. For more information, call Susan Rutkofske at (810) 455-4149 or send her email.
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Imagination Library offers free books
Children's books are arriving at the homes of youngsters from newborns through age 5 across St. Clair County. The books come at no cost to the family. RESA and the United Way of St. Clair County are partners in underwriting locally Dolly Parton's Imagination Library program.
Find out more about the program and how to register
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