With Memorial Day in mind there are several Veterans events. Also, all week we'll be sharing information for military personnel and their families. Stay tuned here. As always there are a few parenting events and a unique free transportation day. Lastly, following a post we wrote last week about immigration reform, there is a free citizenship class in Yamhill.
As was pointed out in a recent article, it is unclear whether immigration reforms will pass Congress. However, if the reforms do pass, undocumented immigrants will have to take certain steps before they can seek permanent residency.
One of those steps is learning how to speak English or be enrolled in English classes.
You’d be surprised how many people call us asking for pet food, often in lieu of taking care of their own basic needs. But when it comes to feeding the kids or other loved ones, the pet has to come second. People desperately love their animals, but don’t always know what to do in tough times.
There are a ton of events this week. It seems like there a dozen causes May is dedicated to and events are starting to pick up in anticipation of the warmer months. You'll find support groups, parenting classes, resource fairs and an open house below.
Employment Related Day Care is open again to all qualifiying families! And there is no wait list.
The ERDC program can be used to help pay for most kinds of child care. The child care provider must be at least 18 years of age, pass criminal and child abuse records checks, and meet health and safety standards.
The Oregon Insurance Division today posted health insurers’ rate requests for small employer and individual health plans that start Jan. 1, 2014. The plans reflect new benefits and new rules under the federal Affordable Care Act.
The research is clear: reading and learning as a young child is linked to school success. By taking some of the steps outlined below, parents have an opportunity to be the most influential teachers for their child even before school starts.
One out of three children who enter Kindergarten are not ready for school and lack some of the skills needed for a successful learning experience.