About the Curriculum
Project KIND ( K eys to I mprovement for N ecessary D evelopment) is a universal research-based preschool and kindergarten classroom curriculum designed to increase students' school success by building social and emotional competence and self re ...
Teaches students: To value individual differences Importance of treating others with respect Students learn: Importance of not using alcohol, tobacco and drugs, and the safe use of medicines To identify and express feelings in healthy ways Teaches student ...
Project KIND Project KIND is an early childhood prevention education life skills curriculum designed for preschool and kindergarten students. The goal of the program is: To enhance student success in school and life by promoting social, emotional, and beh ...
The Community Solutions Association, a program of Compass Family & Community Services, is the original developer of Project KIND. The Raymond John Wean Foundation is the primary financial contributor to the initial creation and development of Project ...
Pre and Post-Assessment
Dining With Diabetes Support Group
Join our support group. Learn practical advice on how to manage diabetes and how to provide support to the diabetics in your life. Next meeting, February 9, 2022. Cost: Free Guest Speaker-Myriam Shaw Ojeda, Pharmacist Learn new Dining with Diabetes reci ...
ServSafe Manager and Ohio Person In-Charge
About the ServSafe ® Program Ohio State University Extension offers ServSafe® trainings across the state that fit every organization's needs, using a variety of training methods. Targeting restaurant managers, school food service, nursing homes an ...
Wits Workout- Out With the Old, In With the New
Wits workout: out with the old in with the new New Madison Public Library- February 10 at 1:00 p.m. Join Dr. Roseanne Scammahorn for an afternoon of “Out with the old, in with new” themed activities, engaging intellectually, having fun socializing, while ...
Wasting food is wasting money. Here’s how to keep food fresh and throw away less cash- Saving You Money
By Sean McDonnell, cleveland.com — With rising prices and tight budgets, it pays to look for cheaper groceries. But if the lettuce you bought spoils in the back of the fridge, it (and the money you paid for it) might be going in the trash can. It doesn ...