During this school year, many parents became more aware than ever before of their children’s difficulty with focus, follow-through, time management, motivation and other school-related executive functioning skills.
As faith leaders, we understand that we are living through a critical moment in which we are called to love our neighbors in word and in deed. That call to love extends to all of our neighbors, even those who have made mistakes.
Gov. Doug Ducey has just announced a program to get Arizonans “back to work” and off unemployment insurance benefits: UI claimants who take a job could be eligible for cash, scholarships and three months of childcare assistance but will lose their federal pandemic benefits July 10.
Class of 2020
- New restaurant here offers fruits of several seas
- Desert Vista, Mountain Pointe reaping benefits of full football offseason
- TU, Kyrene drop mask mandates for 2021-22
- Blandford’s $175.5M bid wins state land auction in Ahwatukee
- ‘Healing with Purpose’ sessions at Tuk Urban Kafe
- Local CBD store owner‘s ‘secret life’ as novelist
- Kyrene superintendent charts path to normalcy
- Horror flick revels in Arizona settings
- Home inventory low, prices soar in Ahwatukee
- Red Mtn alum fulfilling dream of working in sports
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