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WNBC: The Debrief with David Ushery

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Inspired by a story on Next Generation Catering that ran in the New York Times, NBC-4’s David Ushery hosted the young men featured in that story for an interview at famed broadcast hub Rockefeller Center.

CAS Students Interview Metta World Peace

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Right before a Knicks vs. Bobcats basketball game last semester, Children’s Aid students Binta Diakite and Terrell Dixon sat down for an exciting interview with Metta World Peace of the New York Knicks.

WNYC: Paying Kids to Go to School

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Reporter Mirela Iverac explores Family Rewards, a program that operates in the Bronx and Memphis, Tenn. Providing cash payments to poor families who meet health, employment and education goals. Children’s Aid has administrated the program, which is funded by the NYC Center for Economic Opportunity, for several years.

Access Hollywood: Mariah Carey Helps Make NYC Foster Kids’ Dreams Come True

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Six children who are part of Children’s Aid foster care programs received a once-in-a-lifetime gift when they joined pop diva Mariah Carey for a holiday party.

Foster care remains a core service of The Children’s Aid Society, with a special focus on bringing evidence-based practices to our work. Building on the success of these

Encouraging Health and Wellness Through Art

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Last month, the newly opened school based health center in Curtis High School in Staten Island held a student art contest of all mediums depicting "wellness" and "health". The health center displayed a total of 28 submissions during the month of December for students and staff to admire. The judges with the difficult task of selecting the winning art pieces were Curtis H.S.

Hogs & Heifers NYC Saloon Bring Christmas to Harlem

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Written by Alirio Guerrero, Director of Preventive Services

This past Sunday, on December 8, you might have noticed Santa Clause leading a caravan of nearly 50 motorcycles up the FDR highway to deliver gifts and holiday fun to the children and families of The Children’s Aid Society’s Preventive Services Program.

Children's Aid Opens New Staten Island Health Center

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Earlier this month, Children’s Aid hosted an opening ceremony for its first school-based health center (SBHC) in Staten Island, located at Curtis High School. The brand new state-of-the-art health center enables Children’s Aid to provide health and wellness services to Curtis’ student body of over 3,000.

From the Associates Council: À la vôtre, Midnight in Paris!

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“America is my country, and Paris is my home town.” – Gertrude Stein

Examiner.com: Santa Rides Harley to The Children's Aid Society for Annual Toys For Tots

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On December 8, the Hogs and Heifers NYC Saloon in partnership with The Children’s Aid Society Preventive Services hosted a holiday party for 250 of its Bronx and Upper Manhattan clients. Over 40 motorcycles, led by Santa Claus, rode up the East Side Highway to the Dunelvy Milbank Center in Harlem to deliver gifts and holiday fun.

The children and families enjoyed a delicious meal, pictures with Santa, face painting and ornament making. Michelle Dell, owner of Hogs and Heifers, presented the program with a monetary donation totaling over $20,000.

Advance: Staten Island's Curtis H.S. Gets New School-Based Health Clinic

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On December 2, The Children’s Aid Society hosted an opening ceremony for the agency’s first school-based health center in Staten Island, located at Curtis High School in the North Shore neighborhood. The clinic will serve the over 3,000 students at Curtis, Staten Island’s first high school, founded in 1904.

In a short program, community leaders marked the opening of this state-of-the-art clinic and the start of a strong community partnership.

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