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Arlington ALL IN Conference 2016

Arlington ALL IN Conference 2016

We hope you were able to join us for the Arlington All In! Conference, a free conference for teens, parents, and the community to share ideas on Mental Well-being & Healthy Relationships. Read the Arlington Connection Article highlighting a few of our sessions here. We are working on posting presentations and resource materials for you. […]

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Connect with Kids Champions – nominate someone TODAY!

Connect with Kids Champions – nominate someone TODAY!

A Champion is an ordinary person who makes extraordinary effort to accomplish something. A Connect with Kids Champion is someone who goes out of his or her way to build and maintain positive relationships with young people; and guiding them in their growth and development. This video of recent Champion Donna Budway provides an example […]

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Community Conversation on the Consequences of Teen Alcohol and Drug Use

Community Conversation on the Consequences of Teen Alcohol and Drug Use

Did you miss our Community Conversation on January 27, 2016? We were pleased to host a Community Conversation on the Consequences of Teen Drug and Alcohol Use. Unfortunately, the weather and traffic that night may have deterred some attendees.For that reason, we recorded the panelists comments for you to view at your convenience. Panelists: Kate […]

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2015 – APCYF Year in Review

2015 – APCYF Year in Review

Click to view our slideshow. Thanks to our members, partners and supporters for a great year!

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Assets in Action

Assets in Action

APCYF supports Trevor and Williamsburg students and staff in creating a caring school climate. They are making the world a happier, safer place for kids, no matter what their challenges. WMS Creates Campaign Around Student with Tourette Ignore the “Tic,” Don’t Ignore “Me” Trevor Harris is your normal everyday seventh grader. He loves baseball, the […]

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Community Conversation: Teen Stress

Community Conversation: Teen Stress

On Nov. 18, 2015 we held our first Community Conversation in the World Cafe Style – meaning we had three questions for the participants to respond to, switching who they were sitting with between each question.  This style allows participants to hear ideas and opinions from a variety of people, engaging everyone at a deeper […]

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Presentations of Data

Presentations of Data

Findings from the 2015 Assets Survey The World According to Our Kids_2016 – Findings from the 2015 Developmental Assets Survey of Arlington Public School Students Executive Summary – Grade 6 Exec Summary – Grades 8,10 & 12 Full Report – Grade 6 Full Report – Grades 8, 10, 12 Presentations: 11/17/15 County Board Recessed Meeting (at minute 49:40; […]

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