In the Gray Menu to the left, view various links for parents, guardians & families. Plus click on an image below to Read & or Download Monthly postings :
Check out the Children's Safety Network website to find the Internet Safety--2014 Resource Guide: http://www.childrenssafetynetwork.org/resource/internet-safety-2014-resource-guide
If you would like to learn more about the following, please click to read: Cyberbullying & Cyberthreats.pdf ...Bully Report.pdf
Click the following to View Parent Talk Ad from Worth the Wait!!!...WtW Ad.pdf
Grandparents Brochure.pdf (in English/Spanish)
Break the Cycle Observes Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month
Break the Cycle, organization providing comprehensive dating abuse programs exclusively to young people ages 12 to 24 will celebrate healthy relationships during February which is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month.
Counseling, Psychological & Social Services
Speak Your Mind Texas Campaign
The Speak Your Mind Texas Website raises awareness about mental illness and provides community-specific resources. The website is available in Spanish and offers a variety of shareable media materials.
Healthy Teen Friendships (a Parents Guide)...tipsheet.pdf
ESL & Citizenship Programs in Amarillo.pdf Read to Succeed Program Flyer
Resource Spotlight: (click below to view)
Sight for Students Program- Call 800-877-7195 Monday - Friday 5am to 7pm (Pacific time)
Sight for Students is a VSP charity that provides free vision exams and glasses to low-income, uninsured children. The program operates nationally through a network of community partners who identify children in need and VSP network doctors who provide the eye care services. Browse the following link: Sight for Students
For Job Seekers:
Just a reminder that Workforce Solutions Panhandle is another source to start a job search. The office is located at 1207 W 7th Avenue. They can help with testing, resume writing, and have computers available for job search. Job seekers can register online at www.workintexas.com.
Another Resource (available in English & Spanish):
Careers & Resumes website: Finding a Career
Eat Healthy, Save Money
Finding time to plan meals and buying healthy foods on a budget are often challenges. For this reason, the Texas Health and Human Services Commission created the Eat Healthy web pages. These pages provide tips for planning meals and shopping on a budget, including:
- Recipes (all recipes use foods that can be bought with SNAP food benefits).
- Tips for reading a food label.
- Links to other resources like a recipe book builder and cooking videos.