The National Foster Parent Association is seeking volunteers to help rebuild foster family homes in the Gulf Coast destroyed by Hurricane Katrina.
According to estimates, more than 4,000 foster children were affected by the storm. In the New Orleans area alone, 1,000 foster families lost their homes. Foster families were particularly hard hit by the hurricane because they are struggling to provide a sense of security to children who have already been displaced into the foster care system.
If you would like to help, please call NFPA Project Manager Dianne Kocer at 800-557-5238.
Utah Valley State College will host the Utah Association of Career and Technical Educators (UACTE) Workshop beginning at 3 p.m. on January 27 and continuing January 28 for junior high and high school technical educators in the UVSC Sorenson Student Center. For more information please go to: http://www.uvsc.edu .
The Waterford School, 1480 East 9400 South, Sandy, will host its annual Admissions Open House, Tuesday, January 24, from 8 11 AM.
Interested parents and students are invited to come to the Lower School Library to meet members of the faculty, administration and current parents. A map to the school and additional information can be found online at: http://www.waterfordschool.org .
Time will be available after campus tours to answer questions about the school, academic programs, student life, and the application process.
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