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  • May Mentor in the Spotlight: Luke McKay

    CAP Mentor at Longfellow Elementary School CAP Match for Two Years   What his CAP student says: “Luke, I always have a fun time when I’m with you!  Thank you for helping me a lot!”   What his CAP Coordinator says: “Luke, congratulations on being our May CAP Mentor in the Spotlight!  You are an outstanding…

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  • Frayed Nerves: The Highs and Lows of Parenting By Jai Anderson, MSW. Jai is a Parent Educator at Thrive. On June 20th, 2001, Andrea Yates drowned her five children in a bathtub in their home.  Like the explosion of the NASA Challenger Shuttle and September 11th, some news stories just stay with you, embed themselves…

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  • April Thriver of the Month: Nichole Meeks

    What Thrivers say about our Thriver of the month, Nichole:  “Nichole has been such an incredible asset to the development team. She fit seamlessly from day one. Her skills are so broad that she was able to quickly fill another need on the team with her transition to grant writing. She has given so much…

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  • April Mentor in the Spotlight: Becky Imberi

    CAP Mentor at Chief Joseph Middle School CAP Match for Three Years What her student says: She’s very kind. Becky’s the best CAP pal ever. It’s very fun being with her! What her CAP Coordinator says: Becky, it is such a pleasure working with you! You always come in with such a great attitude, and…

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  • Low Tech-Parenting

    Low-Tech Parenting Written by Jai Anderson, MSW. Jai is a Parent Educator at Thrive.  Your cell phone is four months old but the next generation phone just came out and now your “new” phone feels old.  Remember when blogging was the new thing?  I couldn’t wrap my head around this strange verb, “to blog.”  We…

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