Education and Youth Development News

Education and Youth Development News

2017 Camp Advenuture

  • by HAUL
  • Sunday, June 25, 2017

Parents Enroll Your Child Today: Call (281) 220-6027 Click Here For Enrollment Form ( /HISD Summer Camp Adventure_Registration Form 2017.pdf)  ..

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Mayor's Hire Houston Youth Program

  • by HAUL
  • Thursday, April 27, 2017

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Education and Youth Development Upcoming Program Opportunities

  • by HAUL
  • Monday, January 09, 2017

Family Literacy Nights Atherton January 12, 2017 Highland Heights January 16, 2017 Bastian January 18, 2017 Shadydale January 19, 2017 Hartsfield January 25, 2017 Kelso January 26, 2016 Dodson January 27, 2017 Shadydale February 15, 2017 Pleasantville February 16, 2017 Reynolds February 23, 2017 Hartsfield  ..

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Volume 1, Issue 3 – “Parents” - Who Cares That Your Child Can’t Read?

  • by HAUL
  • Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Volume 1, Issue 3 – “Parents” - Who Cares That Your Child Can’t Read? Dad and Mom, the buck stops with you! When all is said and done, you are the reason your child can or cannot read. The research is clear, the work is clear, the solution is clear. All your child needs, is for you to be clear, that your early prevention is worth a lifetime of other&r ..

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Volume 1, Issue 2 - Athletic Energy to Academic Synergy = Infrastructure for Child Greatness

  • by HAUL
  • Tuesday, August 16, 2016

A parent’s dream for their child’s greatness depends on working together, parents and child, to build the infrastructure that influences their collective dream, or should I say one parent or the other’s dream for that child’s greatness. We all know parents who have taken a ball or ballet shoes to the hospital on their child’s birth date and placed them in the ..

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Volume 1, Issue 1 - "They Can't Catch Up, because They Can't Catch On"

  • by HAUL
  • Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Hello world, this is my first blog. I will address our nation's family and child literacy crisis and place the issues squarely where they belong. Parents must come to grips with and grow to know that their child's literacy, social, and emotional development is "ALL about them, but not about Them." As I work with families in the Houston area and travel across our nation fac ..

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Volunteer for the Summer Reading Camp

  • by HAUL
  • Wednesday, April 27, 2016

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HAUL Project Ready "Break The Silence Stop The Violence Seminar"

  • by HAUL
  • Tuesday, April 05, 2016

The Houston Area Urban League Project Ready and Communities In Schools partnered to offer a “Break The Silence-Stop The Violence Seminar for more than 55 Worthing High School students. The school Dating Violence Awareness Event was entitled: “LOVE DOESN’T HURT-LOVE IS RESPECT”, was an auditorium forum panel discussion. The event offered peer related guidance ..

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Houston Area Urban League Hosts Career Day for HISD Middle School Students

  • by HAUL
  • Tuesday, April 05, 2016

The Houston Area Urban League (http://www.haul.org) (HAUL) in partnership with Houston Independent School District College Readiness Emerge program coordinated a Career Day for middle school students at two schools in the Worthing High School feeder – Attucks MS and Woodson K-8. On yesterday we were at Attucks middle school and hosted and outstanding event.. The purpose  ..

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Angel Lane Oprah Winfrey "Where Are They Now" Interviews and HAUL Easter Egg Hunt

  • by HAUL
  • Tuesday, April 05, 2016

March 26th, residents for Angel Lane had two visits – one from the Easter Bunny who laid eggs in the lawn across of the Community Center and the other from a film crew with Oprah Winfrey's Network to interview the original Hurricane Katrina Residents. The children participated in the Easter Egg Hunt at the community center while the filming crew interviewed the residents of Angel Lane ..

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