Kids & Pets
December 16, 2018
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Holiday happiness and mishaps Thomas Page Middle School - Principal honor roll Thomas Page Elementary School - Lifeskill awards Helping out in Paradise Rohnert Park tree lighting ceremony Bark After Dark benefit a great success Monte Vista School Student Builders for Dec. 4 Black is beautiful! Penngrove School - For the life skills of gratefulness Monte Vista Elementary Student Builders-2018 Rancho Cotate High School Students for the month of Nov. Bark after Dark is coming Nov. 3 John Reed Elementary Positive Office Referral recipients Hahn Elementary School - Life skills for Nov. 2018 Monte Vista School Student Builders for October 2 Rancho Cotate High School Recognition of Curiosity for the month of October John Reed School Positive behavior winners for Nov. 27 Hahn Elementary School Monte Vista Walk-a-thon The Richard Crane School Cougar Cub Character Assembly students November 5 Taking work on vacation John Reed Elementary School A beloved dog, a stolen car and...a happy ending Broken legs in cats very costly Furry fire victims Penngrove Elementary School A lifetime commitment Hahn Elementary Life skills awards - October, 2018 Are you ready for Thanksgiving? Young kittens are lots of work RCHS awards for Kindness the month of October Penngrove Elementary Life skills awards- Oct. 24 Disaster preparedness for our pets University Elementary School Monte Vista School Sept. 18 Free-roaming cats – is it safe Living with multiple pets Richard Crane School for Sept. 17 University Elementary for September Penngrove Elementary for Sept. 12 Visiting Cape Town SPCA Step up your kids’ STEM skills Monte Vista Elementary-Student Builders for Sept 4 Penngrove School Lifeskill award for Sept. 5 Penngrove Elementary - Lifeskill Award for Aug. 31 Teacher Amy Miller is wrapped up Some assembly required: Putting together the pieces of your rescue pet University Elementary School life skill awards for the month of August Penngrove Elementary Lifeskill winners for the week of Aug. 22 John Reed positive behavior winners for Aug. 28 Happy Birthday Small dog syndrome: When predators are also prey Richard Crane School walk-a-thon Hope unleashed for pets with cancer Penngrove School Aug. 8 Richard Crane School Cougar Cub Character Assembly students for Aug. 20 Penngrove School for Aug. 15 Penngrove Elementary Lifeskill award winners for Aug. 1 Rescuing Pitbulls: When myths affect reality Try attending Sonoma County VegFest Aug. 18 “Stuff the truck” Time to get immunized before school starts 5 tips for bringing your pet to work this summer School bus safety 101 Living with a 3-legged dog is not easy Can we can clear the shelter?

CPI offers support

October 12, 2018

Child Parent Institute continues to offer Parenting Through Recovery from North Bay Fires.  These groups are offered on a drop-in basis, and no pre-registration is necessary.  In a supportive environment with others who have lost their homes, the group provides a forum for parents to process their own experiences and to share insights about guiding their children as they recover from the fires. These groups are free of charge and will be meeting on the following upcoming Fridays at 9 a.m. at CPI:  Oct.12, Oct. 26, Nov. 9, Nov.30, and Dec.14.

Continue to keep an eye on your children’s (and your own) symptoms, and seek help if these symptoms don’t improve, or if the symptoms are causing significant distress or impaired functioning.

If you’d like information about counseling or other fire recovery related services, you can call the NAMI referral line at: (866) 960-6264.  You can also go to the Redwood Empire MFT website for a list of therapists who are offering 3-5 free sessions: http://recamft.org/freecounseling.