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    This year Climate Generation has opportunities for everyone to become a climate change expert in their community - whether it be your school, your neighborhood or your workplace.

    Summer Institute for Climate Change Education  
    Summer Institute for Climate Change Education 
    June 26 - 28, 2017
    University of Minnesota's Institute on
    the Environment, St. Paul 
    This Institute is for teachers in the classroom and non-formal educators interested in training and resources that support the standards.
    Registration is $150. 
    Paper Tigers
    More than two decades ago, two respected researchers published the game-changing Adverse Childhood Experiences Study (ACES). It revealed a troubling, but irrefutable phenomenon: the more traumatic experiences the respondents had as children (such as physical and emotional abuse) the more likely they were to develop health problems later in life - problems such as cancer, heart disease, and high blood pressure. Film director James Redford documented the lives of staff and students from Lincoln Alternative High School in Walla Walla, Washington and produced the film "Paper Tigers" capturing the pain, the danger, the beauty, and the hopes of struggling teens - and the teachers armed with new science and fresh approaches that are changing lives for the better.
    This film is being shown at South View Middle School in the auditorium on Thursday, April 6 from 6:30 - 9:00pm.  Attendance is free, but please register here.
    Pacer Center  
    Here are some program offerings for children with disabilities available through the PACER Center
    EX.I.T.E.: (EXploring Interests in Technology and Engineering) Camp: a free, 5-day summer camp for middle school girls with disabilities to encourage them to explore the STEM field. Pacer partners with corporations throughout the Metro Area to host a day of camp which includes fun, hands-on activities. 
    Technology for Girls: A workshop series offered throughout the school year for middle school girls with disabilities that features hands-on activities surrounding STEM. Activities have included website coding, robotics, electricity and much more.
    Technology for Teens: A new workshop series available to middle school boys and girls with disabilities. The first round of this series focuses on coding through hands-on activities such as programming games, interactive stories, developing websites and building and programming robots.
    To register for any of these classes, visit pacer.org/stc or call 952-838-9000. 
     All Day Pre K

    Are you interested in All-Day Pre-Kindergarten classes for

    four and five-year-olds?

    We are excited to offer our first all-day pre-Kindergarten option for school year 2017-2018!
    Schedule and Registration Information
    5 days per week, child only                                                 $1200/mo
    M/T/W/Th/F                            6:45am - 6:00pm                  Sept. 6, 2017 - June 8, 2018 
    Click here for online registration or visit http://bit.ly/alldayprek for more information.