Tag: Army Community Service
This school year, Hawaii implemented the CCSS, and professional development is being provided to all public schools. Training will continue in school years 2014-2015 and 2015-2016. The biggest change, however, will be the move to a new form of assessments in 2014-2015.
Parents with children between the ages of 9 (soon to be 10) and 12 are invited to participate with their children in an educational workshop to help prepare children for being left unsupervised.
Lois-Lynn Deuel and her family made a permanent change of station move to Hawaii this past summer, one of 13 moves in 29 years and one of seven duty assignments since their son was born 10 years ago.
On Saturday, Nov. 2, the Army Community Service (ACS) Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP), in partnership with the Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation SKIES and Edge programs, will host Family Sports Day at the newly renovated Stoneman Athletic Complex, here.
Children are like camcorders; from the moment they’re born, they watch and record everything around them. This includes the good and the bad. This is how children learn.
Arguably, the most common stigma associated with domestic violence is that men cannot be victims. However, according to the National Violence Against Women Prevention Research Center, more than 830,000 men in the U.S. are victims of domestic violence, annually.
Transitioning from military life back into the civilian world often is a stressful time for Soldiers.
But situated inside the bright-green Aloha Center building is a cache of know-how and insider tips that can make this major life change all the easier.