“Our goal is to build a powerful network that addresses trauma and adverse childhood experiences,” said Julie Miller, regional manager with Georgia Family Connection Partnership and a member of the Resilient Communities team.
According to several national indexes and surveys, confidence in state courts is declining nationally. In Georgia specifically, civic participation – one of the cornerstones for a healthy, functioning democracy – lags behind national averages.
A ribbon cutting was held for a Little Free Library sponsored by the Marietta Police Athletic League. Little Free Libraries are small kiosks set up under the philosophy of “Take One, Leave One” which encourages readers to borrow books and donate books to the system.
Civic education advocates and judges from across Georgia invite communities to come together to celebrate Constitution Day on Saturday, Sept. 17, to commemorate the signing of the foundational document in Philadelphia on Sept. 17, 1787.
The Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning will host a series of statewide celebrations beginning in September to commemorate the 10th Anniversary of the state’s highly regarded Quality Rated child care system.
Last week, while students at Seminole County Elementary School were prepping to head back into a new school year, the Seminole County Family Connection Collaborative was busy filling 400 backpacks with school supplies.