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Extractions: Fax: 803-734-3043 The Office of Parental and Community Partnerships was created in part as a result of the Parental Involvement in Their Childrens Education Act passed by the General Assembly in September 2000. The focus of the office is to support school districts and local schools in their family and community-friendly efforts. The Office of Parental and Community Partnerships offers technical assistance to local schools and school districts, providing help that is needed to increase family and community involvement and partnerships. Office Staff Frank E. White, Jr. , Director (803) 734-8367 White serves as the director of the office and coordinates efforts to engage and promote family, business, community and faith-based involvement with schools. Katy Watkins , Education Liaison (803) 734-4501 Ms. Watkins serves as the liaison assisting local schools and school districts with parental involvement programs and partnerships. Ms. Watkins also serves as a liaison between the State Department of Education and Communities In Schools of South Carolina.
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Extractions: Abroad ... Photo Gallery Funding Study Abroad Whatever your budget, International Programs can find a study abroad program for you. Accessing Financial Aid Creative Ideas General Scholarships Non-traditional Locations ... National Security Education Program The Cost of Study Abroad Study abroad can be expensive, but it doesn't have to be. Depending on the the type of program and its location, you can spend approximately the same amount that you pay to attend USC or almost double. The basic costs that you can expect to pay for any type of study abroad program are tuition, housing and meals. Participating in programs offered by out-of-state schools, private schools and private companies will generally increase the cost of tuition for USC students.
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Extractions: USC THIS SITE Affiliated Hospitals Palmetto Health Richland In February 1998, Richland Memorial Hospital and Baptist Healthcare System combined their resources and facilities in Columbia to create one integrated health care system, Palmetto Health, the largest health care system in South Carolina. Medical students benefit from the expanded educational opportunities resulting from the alliance. Dorn Veterans Affairs Medical Center The Dorn Veterans Affairs Medical Center is a 297-bed medical complex which includes a medical/surgical facility, a psychiatric unit, and a nursing home care facility. There is an ambulatory care program with clinics in medicine, ophthalmology, surgery, and other specialties. Annual ambulatory care visits total approximately 375,000. The Dorn V.A. Medical Center is one of the most active Department of Veterans Affairs medical centers in the South Carolina-Georgia region. Dorn Veterans Affairs Medical Center operates a satellite clinic in Greenville, South Carolina and community-based outpatient clinics in Florence, Rock Hill, Orangeburg, Sumter, and Anderson, South Carolina. South Carolina Department of Mental Health Various clinical facilities of the South Carolina Department of Mental Health provide clinical experiences for medical students. The William S. Hall Psychiatric Institute is licensed as a 270-bed child-adolescent and forensic psychiatry hospital. Medical students rotate on inpatient and outpatient clinical units in the area of child-adolescent psychiatry
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Extractions: This report details the September 2002 Conference on ACF's Positive Youth Development initiative and provides information on how to effectively incorporate the initiative into a cross section of ACF supported programs such as TANF, Child Support, Head Start, Child Care, Child Welfare, Independent Living, and Runaway and Homeless Youth. The Local Path To Making Work Pay: Denver's Earned Income Credit Experience , March 2002 This report is the first in a series of web essays about local innovations in welfare and work.This essay describes the reasons for Denver's decision to use welfare block grant funds to create a local earned income tax credit for th city's low-income workers. It describes the: 1) reasons for Denver Mayor Webb's decision to create a local Earned Income Tax Credit; 2) specific steps the city took to create the working family credit; 3) lessons learned during the development of the new policy; and 4) implications of this experience for welfare reform reauthorization. It concludes that local leaders can creatively use flexible federal welfare funds to provide accessible support that alleviates poverty and rewards work. The author recommends that federal welfare reform reauthorization maintain flexibility and include adequate funds by adjusting block grants for inflation.
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Extractions: Membership contributions provide support for a variety of Garden programs as well as general operating support. Also FRIENDS members receive an annual subscription to the Botanical Garden Quarterly,an educational magazine, special invitations to plant sales, and priority mailing for garden programs and events. How Can I Join? Membership levels begin at $25 for an individual or family (immediate family members only - 2 adult maximum). To join FRIENDS of the Garden or renew your membership by mail, complete the membership form Send with your membership contribution (payable to CU-SCBG) to: South Carolina Botanical Garden 102 Garden Trail Clemson University Clemson, SC 29634-0174. To join online click here SCBG Home Page SCBG E-Mail About the Garden ... PSA Site Feedback Site designed by PSA Interactive Resources Team , Team Leader Dr. Christine Boese
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Extractions: General Information Government Community Departments Intranet Courthouse Lexington County operates under the Council/Administrator form of government implemented in January 1976 in accordance with the Home Rule Act enacted by the South Carolina General Assembly. Office hours for most departments are from 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday except for holidays. Departments Animal Services: The Lexington County department of Animal Services assumes several roles in Lexington County. Its main purpose is to prevent animal attacks and to control the numbers of stray animals, but it is also active in a number of other areas. The top priority for Animal Services is to keep the public safe from animals that harm humans. These services include controlling vicious or rabid animals that can attack adults or children. Educating the public about the County ordinances and about spaying and neutering pets is an increasingly important component of Animal Services' duties. Beginning in fall 1999, Animal Services will visit schools and talk to children about spaying and neutering their pets. Rabies clinics will also be used to teach the public about the danger of this disease and give animals vaccinations to keep rabies out of Lexington County.
Extractions: Starting on October 4th and running for a pilot of eleven Fridays, your museum of art will host an eclectic series of artist organized performances and events in the Lee Alexander Lorick Auditorium and atrium areas, which are near the front Main Street entrance to the building. These performances provide all city residents, visitors to the downtown area, and Main street businesses with the opportunity to attend professional music, dance, and theatre events designed by regional, national, and internationally recognized artists and performers. Art Fridays is the first time that the museum has assembled and strengthened relationships with educational and business development non-profits that all share an interest in establishing cultural points of interest in downtown Columbia. We all want to enjoy Main Street and to participate in the arts community of this city!
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Extractions: American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences Honors 2001 Distinguished Service Award Winners ALEXANDRIA, VA - The American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (AAFCS) honored its Distinguished Service Award recipients at a ceremony at the 92nd annual meeting (June 30-July 3) in Providence, RI. The Distinguished Service Award (DSA) is the profession's most prestigious honor for outstanding personal and professional achievement. The DSA honors members of the Association for nationally distinguished achievements in family and consumer sciences, outstanding contributions to the profession, and sustained leadership within AAFCS at both affiliate and national levels. The quality of the contributions made to the profession in general, and to AAFCS in particular, must be such that it sets the individual apart from other family and consumer sciences professionals both as a leader and an active supporter of the profession over a sustained period of time. To receive this award, an individual must be nominated by an AAFCS Section, Division, Affiliate, or other group of members. The nomination must be reviewed and approved by the Association's Board of Directors. The 2001 AAFCS Distinguished Service Award recipients are: Leola Adams, Ph.D., CFCS
Extractions: www.scstatehouse.net ... comments or suggestion on this page please send to email@example.com This "District 15 Report" is a quarterly newsletter concerning your State Government. This report is placed in prominent locations so that citizens of District 15 will have an opportunity to receive this current information from their State Senator, Wes Hayes. BUDGET Despite the severe shortage of available revenue, the 2002-2003 State Budget protects education and protects health care for the poor, the elderly, and the disabled. Public education receives a $61 million increase and Medicaid is funded at a level where programs will not be reduced. As a member of the Senate Finance Committee and a member of the Budget Conference Committee, I worked very hard to insure the people of York County received a fair and equitable share of the funds for state services. Because of budget shortfalls and a slowly recovering economy, we had to be very cautious in our calculating in order to insure a balanced budget. Included in the budget are cuts to agency spending ranging from 0% to 7% above the 6.52% fiscal year 01-02 mid-year reductions. Revenue enhancements for next year's budget include $50.3 million of earnings from restricted funds interest, $40 million of Barnwell clean-up funds, $27.9 million of Insurance Reserve Fund premium redirection, and $101 million of unrestricted funds in the Health Care Trust Fund Program.
Extractions: The following is taken from The State House Network 2000 Code of Laws. If you would like to view the full version of Article 16 , please follow this link: http://www.lpitr.state.sc.us/code/t16c003.htm ARTICLE 16. CRIME VICTIMS' OMBUDSMAN OF THE OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR SECTION Definitions. As used in this article: (1) "Criminal and juvenile justice system" means circuit solicitors and members of their staffs; the Attorney General and his staff; law enforcement agencies and officers; adult and juvenile probation, parole, and correctional agencies and officers; officials responsible for victims' compensation and other services which benefit victims of crime, and state, county, and municipal victim advocacy and victim assistance personnel. (2) "Victim assistance program" means an entity, whether governmental, corporate, nonprofit, partnership, or individual, which provides, is required by law to provide, or claims to provide services or assistance, or both to victims on an ongoing basis.
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Extractions: Tests at a Glance Supplement to: The Praxis Series 2002-2003 Registration Bulletin If you test in South Carolina a copy of your scores will automatically be sent to the State Department of Education. You must designate the institution you attend in South Carolina as a score recipient. The first digit of the Session/Test Code indicates the session during which the test is offered in the 2002-2003 testing year. There are no session numbers for the CBT tests, which are given by appointment, as explained in Praxis I Computer-Based Testing. The computer-based tests (CBT) are offered by appointment through a national network of Prometric(TM) Testing Centers (many Prometric Testing Centers are located inside Sylvan Learning Centers), selected institutional sites, and ETS Field Service Offices. Visit Computer-Based Testing for the locations near you. You may not repeat a Computerized PPST in any given 60-day period. If you do so, the scores from your second or subsequent testing will not be reported, and your test fees will not be refunded. Licensure
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Extractions: Updated April 8, 2003 Positions are organized by the following classification sequence. If there are any positions for a particular classification, it will be underlined and you may go directly to these listing by clicking on the classification. For information on placing an advertisement, call (800) 220-6109 or send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org . Classified advertisements may be faxed to us at (610) 668-9177, e-mailed or mailed to Recruitment Adv. Department, Physician's News Digest, 230 Windsor Avenue, Narberth, PA 19072.
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