• August 10th, 2022 Episode #646

    In this episode, we learn about the enFocus Fellowship Program Head Start and Triple P, New Life Creations in Marshall County and the summer program for kids at The History Museum.

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    1. Head Start and Triple P

      To further their mission of providing education to kids and their parents, the Elkhart and St. Joseph County Head Start Consortium and Positive Parenting Program have partnered up. Triple P provided training to several of Head Start's Family and Child Specialists to bring them up to Primary Care Level 3. This level of intervention is designed to be delivered one-on-one with parents to address various topics.

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    2. Kidsfirst Museum

      History can really come to life through hands on or interactive experiences. The Kidsfirst Musem at The History Museum in South Bend offers a variety of topics ranging from history to geology.

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  • August 3rd, 2022 Episode #645

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    Featured in this episode:
    1. IYI Kids Count Data Book

      The Indiana Youth Institute Kids Count Data Book offers a detailed look at how counties are doing when it comes to the overall well-being of children. To help organizaitons and community leaders understand what the data means, IYI holds special events. We learn what this information means and how it can be used. 

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    2. ShakeScenes

      Shakespeare at Notre Dame offers elementary students the opportunity to perform scenes from and inspired by Shakespeare. The program is called ShakeScenes and this family-friendly interpretation of art is an innovative way to bridge the gap between Shakespeare, students, and the stage. 

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    3. Five Star Life

      The mission behind Five Star Life is to give students tools to succeed in school, life and lower the dropout rate. By training character education, workforce readiness, and experiential learning, students learn skills that serve them in any setting. Summit Experiential learning helps kids acquire hard and soft skills at a 300-acre training facility. 

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    4. Music Makers!

      The Music Village in South Bend provides music classes for people of all ages. Thanks to a new partnership with South Bend Venues Parks & Arts, they're now able to bring those classes to places like Howard Park. We take a look at how Music Makers! is instilling a love for music in young kids during the summer. 

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