June 29, 2018
Summer Fun Days with Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas
Not a Girl Scout? Not a problem! Join us for fun this summer!
Girls are invited to explore Girl Scouts through fun, interactive activities from science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) to the great outdoors. Pick an activity below and join us. Let’s make it her best summer ever! Your friends and family are invited, too.
2532 Sidney Brooks
Tuesday, July 10
Tuesday, July 24
Tuesday, August 7
Sally Cheever Girl Scout Leadership Center
811 N Coker Loop
Thursday, June 28
Tuesday, July 12
Thursday, July 26
Contact: Katherine (Katie) Shute
811 N Coker Loop
San Antonio, Texas 78216
210-349-2404 ext 242
Autism Community Network July Events
- Tuesday July 3, 2018 Time: 9-12pm Topic: Introduccion al Autismo (Spanish)
- Friday July 6, 2018 Time: 9-12pm Topic: Understanding and using Sensory Diet
- Tuesday July 17 Time: 9-12pm Topic: Introduction to Autism
- Wednesday July 25 Time: 9-12pm Topic: Introduction to Pivotal Response Treatment
Questions or need more information?
Contact: Brenda Lara
Autism Community Network
4242 Woodcock Dr. Ste. 101
San Antonio, TX. 78228
PH: 210-435-1000 Ext. 5005
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25 Activities to Keep Kids' Brains Active in Summer
As students set out on summer adventures, send their parents a much-needed "life preserver" -- a list of 25 activities to share and enjoy with their children. These fun activities cover all subjects and grades; there truly is something for everyone. And, if you have your own summer adventurers at home, this list can rescue your kids from the boredom and blahs of rainy summer days. This year, do more than amuse and entertain your kids and hope for the best for your students, keep their minds working all summer long!
Check out the 25 Activities HERE.
3 questions to ask to help you gain more control over your kids' tech use!
Youth Tobacco Prevention
Youth use of tobacco products in any form is unsafe, irrespective of whether it is smoked, smokeless, or electronic. If cigarette smoking continues at the current rate among youth in this country, 5.6 million of today's Americans younger than 18 will die early from a smoking-related illness. That's about 1 of every 13 Americans aged 17 years or younger alive today.
Find links to data, infographics, reports and other resources.
Get the educational materials HERE.
A tech integrator shares the games that she uses to prepare special education students for life after school.