Community Action Partnership of Western Nebraska Head Start teachers, staff and kids put together a tribute to those serving to keep us safe as a part of Day of Service. The Day of Service is a way to remember 9/11.
To those serving - "Thank you!"
CAPWN News and Upcoming Events
Geil Elementary School and Vertex held a competition similar to the "Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader" show. They were able to donate food to our food pantry
Could you use some answers to these common parenting questions?
HOW DO I GET THEM OUT OF BED IN TIME FOR SCHOOL?
HOW DO I GET THEM TO STOP BICKERING AND FIGHTING?
IS THERE A WAY TO DISCIPLINE MY TODDLER IN
PUBLIC WITHOUT CREATING A SCENE?
AND MUCH MORE!!!
MONDAY MAY 13TH THROUGH THURSDAY MAY 16TH
3:00PM TO 5:00PM
State Capitol To House Local Art
Photo exhibit created by the Youth Services at CAPWN was show-cased in the rotunda of the state Capitol building. The collection is called “It’s My Story: This is Life” and will feature photography illus-trating the pain labels can cause to local youth at risk. “This project is not just based on art,” said Erin Carter. “It’s a media project that shares youth stories in our community about stereotypes.” The contributions of each individual are evident in the scope of labels shown in the collection, including, punk, outcast, single mom, ano-rexic, bully, homeless, drop out, state ward, criminal, poor and jock.
The group has also made a book that delves deeper into the process behind the project. It contains the entire photo collection, personal stories, and the notes and sketches that went into planning the photos.