- Tuna, Chicken or Beef
(canned) - Oatmeal packets
- Dinner mix boxes - Cold Cereal boxes
(Tuna, Chicken or Beef “Helper”) - Juices (boxed/100% Juice)
- Chili, Ravioli, Spaghetti, etc - Hot Chocolate, Hot Cider
- Mac and Cheese boxes, Rice-a-Roni - Mashed Potatoes (instant)
- Fruit and Pudding cups - Raisins, Craisins
- Peanut Butter - Jelly & Jam
- Pasta Sauces (plastic jars only) - Pasta / Dried Beans
- Granola bars, cookie packs, popcorn - Top Ramen
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Please contact Myra Battin; 360 471 9588 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Spring Parenting Class Schedule
The Spring 2015 Parenting Class schedule is now available. We are still taking registrations for winter classes. Kitsap Community Resources is currently accepting Scholarship Requests from individuals that are income eligible and provide all required documentation; if you have any questions concerning the scholarship please feel free to contact the Parenting Place.
Parenting Place Program Coordinator
Kitsap Community Resources
Phone: (360) 473-2134
Fax: (360) 479-0068
Don't miss the opportunity to see John Tartaglia's ImaginOcean live on stage. A one-of-a-kind live black-light puppet show, ImaginOcean is a magical undersea adventure. Tank, Bubbles and Dorsel are three best friends who are about to set out on a remarkable journey of discovery. As they swim off in search of clues, they'll sing, dance, and make new friends, including everyone in the audience.
Jam-packed with music ranging from swing to R&B to Big Band, John Tartaglia's ImaginOcean is a blast from the first big splash to the last wave goodbye. Get your tickets today!
The unique aspect of our program is that it is a cohort model where teachers within your own district/region all take the program together, about half of the classes are taught by your regional, qualified teachers/coaches and they are held in Bremerton. Teachers get a 20% discount in tuition for the classes held in Bremerton (approximately half of the total classes). Students in the cohort have the flexibility to truly use district-based issues, initiatives and context to learn the outcomes and goals of each of the classes since they are learning from others who work in the same region. Teachers would begin in the fall, take approximately two classes per quarter, typically one face-to-face (one evening per week), and one online. I think it is really a great model for continuing the professional learning in a cohesive manner and supporting teachers as a group who want to earn their Master’s degree.
There will be an Open House to share more about this program on March 19, 2015, at 4:00 pm at the OESD in Bremerton.Course Information
Peer Mediation Program Training for Faculty
Teaching Understanding, Acceptance, and Respect
Are bullying and harassment making a negative impact within your school? CRU Institute, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization focuses on peer mediation, anti-bullying and cultural awareness. We have created programs for elementary, middle, and high schools where students mediate disputes with other students. Training includes peer mediation skills, concepts and techniques to train your students and coordinate a peer mediation program. Our trainers come from diverse backgrounds with many years of experience practicing mediation.
Elementary School Faculty: Seattle Area, WA- March 3, 2015 from 9:00 AM-4:30 PM Secondary School Faculty: Seattle Area, WA- March 4 & 5, 2015 from 9:00 AM-3:30 PM
For more information, Contact: CRU Institute 1.800.922.1988 or email@example.com Visit our website: www.cruinstitute.org