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Youth Celebrate Their Mentors

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In honor of National Mentoring Month, members from the Children’s Aid Society’s East Harlem Center’s Project LIVE program treated their mentors to a dinner at Chef Ho's Peking Duck Grill on Wednesday, January 29.

Youth Honor Dr. King with Day of Community Service

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Last week, schools, banks and government agencies all kept their doors closed in observance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day but some dedicated youth leaders at the Children’s Aid Society East Harlem Center were hard at work inspiring their younger counter-parts to give back to their community.

City Releases Universal Pre-K Implementation Plan

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Yesterday, Mayor Bill de Blasio released a detailed plan for implementation of his proposed full-day Universal Pre-Kindergarten program this September. The plan, which relies on an increase in the personal income tax rate for high-income New York City households, would provide full-day UPK programs for over 53,000 four-year-olds across the city by September, with an increase to over 73,000 for the 2015-2016 school year. Children’s Aid supports de Blasio’s plan.

An Evening with Acclaimed Author Cris Beam

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Please join us for an evening with author Cris Beam, who will discuss her acclaimed book, To the End of June: The Intimate Life of American Foster Care. The New York Times has called it “a triumph of narrative reporting and storytelling.”

A panel discussion (moderated by Mary Keane from You Gotta Believe) will follow on the unique challenges for teens in foster care and what it will take to improve the system.

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.

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

Grammy Winning Artist Ne-Yo Gives Back this Holiday Season

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Upon their return from Thanksgiving break, 250 Children’s Aid Society clients, ages 3 to 18, were treated to a special holiday visit at the Dunlevy Milbank Boys and Girls Club in Harlem. Grammy award-winning recording artist and song writer Ne-Yo began his annual “Giving Tour” on Monday, December 2 and made The Children’s Aid Society its first stop. The children were treated to snacks, gifts and music.

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