KinderRHAMa Registration is on March 29th!

S.H.A.R.P. – Home Alone Program Starts March 30th

4th Annual African Drum and Dance Party

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KinderRHAMa Preschool Registration

Registration will be held on March 29th from 6:00 – 7:30 PM in the KinderRHAMa Classroom at RHAM High School.  This collaborative program between AHM Youth and Family Services and RHAM High School is for children ages 2 3/4 – 5 years of age and is held at RHAM High School.  If you would like to visit the classroom or would like more information, please call Becky at 860-228-9488 or Cari and Heather in the classroom at 860-228-5310.

S.H.A.R.P. – Home Alone Program

This four hour program prepares children to be safe when staying home alone by providing valuable information.  Through role playing and hands-on activities, children will learn the basics of fire, medical and personal safety tips.  Students who attend….read more

AHM Youth Worker CHORES Program

The CHORES Program works with the town senior centers and their coordinators to help improve the quality of life for Older Americans by providing them with the assistance and support of a youth CHORES worker. Teens are asked to complete chores for Seniors such as light household cleaning, raking leaves, shoveling snow and mowing lawns. Teens are paid for their time through grant funding from NCAAA (North Central Area Agency on Aging).  For more information, please contact Kate Graham at KateG@ahmyouth.org or 860-228-9488.

Screenagers:  Growing Up in the Digital Age

Did you know that the average child in America spends more time consuming electronic media than going to school, with many teenagers going online “almost constantly.”   A British study showed that while 6 in 10 parents worried that their children spend too much time in front of a screen, 7 in 10 children worry that their parents are the ones who are plugged in and tuned out. In this  film, Dr. Ruston discusses the issue with parents, academics, mental health professionals and kids, including her own, in an attempt to get a handle on the enormous shift taking place in how “tweens” and teens interact with the world and each other. – The New York Times

Come to the Screenagers Film set for March 30th at RHAM High School at 6:30 p.m. for a viewing and discussion afterwards.  Please take a look at our flyer for more information.

African Drum Party

Join us at AHM for one of the coolest event to come to Hebron.  On March 24th, we will be holding our 4th Annual African Drum and Dance Party with Bolokada Conde.  You can find more information about this special night, here.