ASCC is an energetic and progressive agency that provides a variety of services
to child care providers, families, and children. Their mission is to enhance the
quality of care for children
Center for Health and Health Care in Schools
The Center for Health and Health Care in Schools (CHHCS) is a nonpartisan resource
center at The George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services.
The Family Education Network's mission is to be an online consumer network of the world's
best learning and information resources, personalized to help parents, teachers, and students
of all ages take control of their learning and make it part of their everyday lives
Teen Safety on the Information Highway
Safe and Smart
Overview of Research and Guidelines for Children's Use of the Internet
The Parent Institute
The Parent Institute is to encourage parent involvement in the education of their children.
The Parent Institute publishes a variety of materials including newsletters, booklets, audio CDs,
brochures, videos and presentation kits
SchoolNotes Home Newsletter Vol.1 Issue 1
Anyone can sign up for free newsletters with educational information/resources
Draw the Line
State of Arizona Campaign in preventing underage drinking
Go to drawyourline.com for more information
EZ Games for Parents and Students
Free online classroom tools for teachers, parents and students
Fire Prevention Month - October
October is Fire Prevention Month. The history of National Fire Prevention Week has it roots in the
Great Chicago Fire, which occurred on October 9, 1871. There are many things that people can do to
improve their safety at home, school, or work from a FIRE! To learn more, click on link aboveMySpace
links to information parents should know about MySpace
Taken from Dateline NBC (MSNBC) webpage
Note: These links contain advertisements and links to third party web sitesDon't get tangled in the Web - article taken from the Arizona Daily Sun - September 21, 2008
Young people-- Never give out personal identifying information, such as your last name, date of birth or address, online.
-- Never meet in person someone you first "met" online.
-- Once something is posted online, it is there forever; never post anything online that you would not want
printed in the paper with your name attached to it.
-- Always tell a trusted adult if anything you encounter online makes you scared or upset.Parents-- If your children use a social networking site, such as myspace.com or facebook.com, ask them to show
you their profile and talk with them about how they use the site.
-- Monitor their children's online habits and keep computers and any other equipment that is connected to
the Internet (such as video game consoles) in a place in the house where you can see it.Source: Arizona Attorney General's Office
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