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Saturday, March 5, 2011

New Jersey Elementary Students & Parents Need You

New Jersey After 3 and ists Statewide network of evidence-based afterschool programs need your support. The Governor's budget proposal eliminates all support of New Jersey After 3. Please sign this petition and encourage others to sign. NJ's working parents need New Jersey After 3. This program drastically reduces the number of latch key kids. Help keep our children safe.  You may sign the petition here:

Always hope for the best and prepare for the worst. All parents should train children for a time when they will arrive home from school to an empty house. Make sure your children know how to keep themselves and younger siblings safe until you or another adult arrives. Remind them that they should never reveal house  keys to ANYONE except maybe the Police.
Creative Resources for School-Age Programs

Disaster Blaster: A Kid's Guide to Being Home Alone
Creative Resources for School-Age Programs

                                                                               Disaster Blaster: A Kid's Guide to Being Home Alone

Home-Alone Kids: The Working Parent's Complete Guide to Providing the Best Care for Your Child
Millions of American children under age 16 routinely stay at
home for long periods without adult supervision. Sometimes
called ?latchkey kids,? they are usually without parental supervision
during non-school hours, such as before and after school, and when
school is not in session, such as holidays and summer vacations.
If you must leave your child or children at home alone, the following
information will help make your absence safer for them and less
stressful for you.
Latchkey Kids: Unlocking Doors for Children and Their Families

It takes a Village to protect all  of our children. Help keep our children safe.  You may sign a petition that will help save New Jersey's Afterschool Programs here: