The Family Leadership Training Institute (FLTI) is a first-of-its-kind family civics program. Program graduates spend more than 120 hours to develop skills needed to become effective leaders in their communities. Once recruited and accepted in to the program, participants attend a 20-week curriculum that integrates personal and child development, leadership training, civic literacy and civic […]
If you haven’t heard about the Young Leaders Society of Adams County (YLS), now is your chance! YLS develops diverse, young adult leaders who support youth success within our community through outreach, role modeling, and community partnerships. YLS needs your help! 1. We’re accepting applications (click here) for new members! We are looking for current […]
“‘People keep asking ‘How?’ as a defense against living their life,’ says best-selling author Peter Block. ‘In this witty, insightful award-winning book [The Answer to How is Yes], Block shows that many standard solutions and improvement efforts, reinforced by most of the literature, keep people paralyzed. Here he places the ‘how to’ craze in perspective […]
We recently read an interesting article called Putting Community in Collective Impact discussing the importance of involving the community in collective impact discussions. You can read the article here.
Find out how you can promote good attendance all winter long! Check out the Attendance Works website, and download a great flyer for parents here!
September is Attendance Awareness Month We all know school is critical for success in the future, but did you know that in Adams County many students miss more than 18 days of school during the academic year? This is considered chronic absenteeism, and it’s a big problem! If the kids aren’t there, they aren’t learning. […]
Proclamation of September as Attendance Awareness Month WHEREAS good attendance is essential to student achievement and graduation, and we are committed to dedicating our resources and attention to reducing chronic absenteeism rates, with a focus starting as early as kindergarten, WHEREAS chronic absence – missing 10 percent or more of school for any reason including […]