The Citizen Potawatomi Nation’s Workforce Development & Social Services department recently wrapped up a busy summer full of activities to help youth learn and participate in their Native heritage and build professional skills. Outreach programs included a V-STEM camp, book club, law and policy, work placements and more.
Increased online presence that comes with new learning norms may put our children at a greater risk of online predators. It’s vital that parents, caregivers and educators know how to recognize the signs of abuse online and how to prevent it.
The Citizen Potawatomi Nation Child Development Center has provided early education opportunities to children for almost 18 years. What began as a small center for 50 children in 1997 now educates 328 children and is one of the largest centers in the state of Oklahoma. Although there are several contributing factors, the voucher or subsidy Read More »
With rates of childhood obesity and diabetes rising, now is the perfect time to reverse those numbers. CPN Dietitian, Torie Fuller MS RD/LD, offers ideas and knowledge on how to kick start those healthy habits as the school year begins. “Some ideas to get your kids eating healthy are to be creative with your meal Read More »