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Delta College's Kids College: ALL-DAY SUMMER CAMPS!

Delta College's Kids College: ALL-DAY SUMMER CAMPS!

Summer is almost here…what to do with the kids?
Delta College KIDS COLLEGE is pleased to announce for the first time ever: ALL-DAY SUMMER CAMPS!
The camps are for kids ages 8-12 & will be held Mon-Thur, June 16-July 10, 7:30am-5:30pm. Don’t let summer go to waste! A fun & educational adventure awaits!

Check out the camp schedule(PDF) - http://bit.ly/1iBptvh
All-Day Camp Registration Form(PDF) - http://bit.ly/1n4jiiw

And don’t forget, Workshops & Programs for Adults!
http://bit.ly/1jjlKRL

Delta College’s Disability Support Programs & Services (DSPS)'s Annual Open House, May 7

Delta College’s Disability Support Programs & Services (DSPS)'s  Annual Open House, May 7

Delta College’s Disability Support Programs & Services (DSPS) will hold their annual Open House, Wed, May 7, 5pm - 6:30pm at the DeRicco Student Services Building, Rm 275. This event is for H.S. Seniors & their parents or guardians. Learn about our services, meet our counselors & staff, tour the facility! See you there!
More Information: 209-954-5151 x6290
DSPS - http://bit.ly/1hldhJx

Heald College Modesto to Host Health and Resource Fair

Heald College Modesto to Host Health and Resource Fair

Fair will offer free comprehensive health screenings and consultations

Heald College Modesto, in partnership with Covered California, the American Red Cross and other community partners, will host a Health and Resource Fair that will address a variety of issues ranging from proper dental hygiene to stress reduction. The event will take place from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. on Wednesday, May 7 at 5260 Pirrone Ct., Salida, California 95368.

The event, which is open to the public, will also offer at no cost:

·       Free dental cleanings and basic treatments.

·       Free health screenings including checking vital signs, glucose and cholesterol levels, blood
pressure and body mass index screenings.

LegiSchool Project seeks photo contest entries

LegiSchool Project seeks photo contest entries

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Free Health Fair in Modesto on Saturday April 12

Free Health Fair in Modesto on Saturday April 12

Modesto-area residents invited to free community health fair on April 12 
 

“Neighbors in Health,” an annual free health fair hosted by Kaiser Permanente, Tzu Chi Foundation, and their community partners will be held from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday April 12 at the Stanislaus County Ag Center in Modesto.

 

The health fair will offer free preventive health screenings and health education for adults and children, including:

 

  • Dental services (provided by Tzu Chi)
  • Blood pressure checks
  • BMI/body fat tests
  • Cholesterol-glucose screenings
  • Scheduling of mammogram appointments
  • Eyeglasses adjustments
  • School and sports physicals
  • Skin solar damage screenings
  • Vision screenings

 

Acacia Gears Up for Their Second Year

Acacia Gears Up for Their Second Year

Acacia Elementary and Middle Charter School are now enrolling for the 2014-2015 school year! Acacia Charter Schools are located in Stockton (*TK is transitional kindergarten. It's for students who turn 5  between October 2nd-December 2nd).

Increase in Flu Activity is Reported

Increase in Flu Activity is Reported

Dr. Ron Chapman, director of the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and state health officer, says while we are seeing an increase in flu activity in California it is not an unexpected increase, nor is it too late to get vaccinated against the flu.

"California is seeing an accelerated increase in flu activity over the past few weeks," said Dr. Chapman. "You can help prevent further spread of the flu by getting a flu shot."

While influenza activity varies from year to year and is unpredictable, California generally sees an increase in cases in late December or early January and it often peaks in February or March. According to CDPH surveillance indicators, influenza activity in California is beginning to show a steady increase and is now considered to be widespread. Currently, there are more hospitalizations at this point than expected, based on historical trends.