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Celebrating Artistic Expression

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Our young Picassos showcased their work at the 15th Annual Children’s Aid Art Show. Vibrant paintings, detailed drawings, animated comic strips, and hand-crafted dresses were featured at Boricua College’s art gallery in Washington Heights. The art pieces were created by students at various sites within the Children’s Aid community. Ages of participants ranged from ages 2-18.

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#ProofPointDay in the Bronx

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Firsts are worth celebrating. A child’s first steps or words. The first day of school. Your first paycheck. Now, we have an official way to celebrate those who are in the first generation of their families to attend and graduate college.

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The Children’s Aid Society 17th Annual Golf Classic

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On Monday, May 16, The Children’s Aid Society hosted their 17th Annual Golf Classic at the renowned Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield, NJ. Considered one of the country’s premier private golf clubs, Baltusrol adds yet another notch to its belt this year as host to the 2016 PGA Championship.

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Bronx Teens Keep the Peace

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Showing Great Appreciation for Our Educators - Part Four

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Lester Feuerstein’s personal mission is to make sure his students stand a chance. As an after-school coordinator at I.S. 61 on the north shore of Staten Island, he aims to provide kids with well-rounded experiences that engage them academically, physically, and socially.

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National Foster Care Month - Part Two

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Mariama Kora’s life changed when she watched a mother get frustrated with an emotionally upset boy and then ignored him.

“Why are you mad, and why are you not attending to him?” she thought at the time. Mariama found out that the boy was in the foster care system, and she knew she could do better.

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Children’s Aid Celebrates Bronx Week

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Last week, we hosted our annual Bronx Week event at the Children’s Aid Bronx Family Center. Organized by our Office of Public Policy in collaboration with our Child Welfare and Family Services Division, the event took place during the borough’s official Bronx Week. The event marks the 16th year Children’s Aid services have operated in the borough.

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Showing Great Appreciation for Our Educators - Part Three

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As a program coordinator and educator for our food justice after-school programs, Natalie Greaves-Peters, works diligently to empower middle and high school students to explore how food and social justice intersect in their communities.

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The Power in Prevention

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According to the Center for Disease Control, teen pregnancy rates are at a historic low in the United States. Educating teens on safe sexual practices, sexually transmitted infections, and the importance of abstinence are key ways to reducing teen pregnancy. And we have found that when that information comes from other teens, it is all the more effective.

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Showing Great Appreciation for Our Educators - Part Two

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Jen Ocampo is tasked with an important part of building students’ wellbeing. As a Carrera Family Life and Sexuality Education educator, she navigates 9th and 11thgraders through some of the important topics they come across in their teen and young adult years like reproductive health, contraception, and STIs.

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