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November 2022 Newsletter

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Empowering South Dakota Children and Families

Join us January 11, 2023 for Children’s Day at the Capitol! Annually, organizations with an interest in bettering the lives of children and families will gather during the legislative session to inform the public, lawmakers, government staff, and other advocates about our work.

Event sponsors are integral to bringing a united focus on the well-being of children during the legislative session. Sponsors are recognized in all print and online materials for the day’s activities.

Learn more and become a sponsor or partner at:

CRCAC On Demand Portal Now Available

With 19 recorded conference sessions, learning materials, and certain approved continuing education credits, the new conference on demand portal is now available!

Portal registrants are able to access the conference offerings on their own schedule. Completed sessions provide continuing education certification. Registrants can access up to 19 hours of learning time with a single registration fee.

Check out the on-demand portal at: https://conference.sdcpcm.com/conference/ondemand/

Scholarships available:

Thank you to SD Department of Education, scholarships are available to cover the cost of the on demand portal registration fee for K-12 educators from private and public schools and for pre-service education students. Scholarship quantities are limited.

Court Improvement Program

NOTE New Date: The November/December CIP Session will take place on Wednesday, December 7 at 12:00 pm CST. Join us to hear from Sheldon Spotted Elk and Jack Trope with Casey Family Programs. They will present an Overview of Brackeen v Haaland

Register now to attend and receive the session recording.

Buckle Up Phone Down

This is a new initiative in Lincoln and Minnehaha Counties focused on traffic safety. You can learn more and take the pledge at: https://sfbupd.org/