A business and education partnership that works
This summer, teams of 11th and 12th grade students and high school teachers from across St. Clair County will learn and work side-by-side in local businesses and non-profits to solve real challenges or problems the organizations face. It's called "Challenge 4 the Future," and it's designed to be a unique teaching and learning opportunity – and one that can be a real benefit to the community.
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Parent University 2016
Saturday, March 5, 2016, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Raising a child isn't easy, and most people have to learn as they go along. Parent University can help. Find out what experts and other parents say about some of the issues you face. Learn about products and services available in St. Clair County. Get ideas to make your job easier and your child happier.
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Read the latest edition of THE WOODLAND WORD
Winter is a cool season for Woodland activities
Here is what you'll read in the latest edition of Woodland's newsletter,
The Woodland Word:
– Woodland shows its heart at the holidays
– MOVE program pays dividends for students
– Painting with Pizzazz event a big success
Read the FEBRUARY 2016 issue
WHAT WE DO MAGAZINE, FALL 2015
‘Hey, Jess, can I live with you?'
Megan Hearn, age 15, was one of 672 St. Clair County students identified as homeless in the past school year. Moving in with her sister, Jessie Taylor, was a big change, but the two were struggling. Almost by accident, Jessie called RESA to see if it could help where other agencies couldn't. The story of what she found is a heart-warming tale of two determined young women who are making a home together.
Read these stories and more
Great Start Readiness Programs help 4-year-olds learn
GSRP is Michigan's state-funded preschool program for four-year-old children with factors that may place them at risk. Parents can submit an application online for their child to attend a Great Start Readiness Program. Children must meet eligibility and age criteria. Click here for more information and to submit information to determine if your child qualifies.
Imagination Library offers free books
Children's books are arriving at the homes of youngsters from newborns through age 5 across St. Clair County. The books come at no cost to the family. RESA and the United Way of St. Clair County are partners in underwriting locally Dolly Parton's Imagination Library program.
Find out more about the program and how to register
MAP/DIRECTIONS TO RESA CAMPUS:
For driving directions, click on the small Michigan icon at bottom left