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Building Strong Families

The Building Strong Families educational resource is available for our local school districts and educational environments to distribute to students and families. The resource is a tool to help community members of all ages meet health and wellness goals. Please contact a Post Rock District Office if you would like to discuss distributing this monthly resource in your educational environment. 

2020

 

DECEMBER

Winter Car Kit

 
Focus on Home and Car as the Weather Turns Cold:
Put together an emergency vehicle kit for winter travels and spend some time with family enjoying the colder temperatures. The Post Rock Extension District's latest Building Strong Families resource will help you prepare your home and vehicle for the cold months ahead. 

NOVEMBER

computer

Take A Screen Break:

Limit screen time and stay active with your family! The Post Rock Extension District's latest Building Strong Families resource will help you plan and set boundaries related to screen usage to allow for more quality, active time with your family!

OCTOBER

Active Reading

Active Reading with Kids:

Read Together and Build Relationships! The most important aspect of the reading process is to remember to read with your child, as opposed to reading to your child. The Post Rock Extension District's latest  Building Strong Families resource will help identify active reading strategies to support literacy development, enhance discussion, and make reading time a wonderful shared experience! 

MARCH

March Building Strong Families

Quench Thirst with Water: 

Water is the drink of choice for maintaining a healthy body and should be our main fluid source. The Post Rock Extension District's latest Building Strong Families resource provides your family tips to make drinking water convenient and easy.

 

FEBRUARY

Whats for Breakfast

What's For Breakfast?

Do you often skip breakfast due to a lack of time or simply because you don't enjoy traditional breakfast foods?  Fueling your body with a nutritious breakfast can improve your mental and physical performance, decrease your chances of overeating throughout the day, and help meet daily nutritional needs.  The Post Rock Extension District's latest Building Strong Families resource will share tips to make breakfast quick and easy for families on the go. 

JANUARY

conflict

5 Rules For Constructive Conflict:

Conflict is natural. Everyone experiences it in their relationships and daily lives. The Post Rock Extension District's latest Building Strong Families resource will help you learn ways to manage these conflicts and negative feelings so that these situations don't get worse.

rhoades

Nora Rhoades
District Extension Director
and Youth Development Agent

Post Rock District
113 N. 1st Street 
Osborne, KS 67473
(785) 346-2521
Email: nrhoades@ksu.edu

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Ashley Svaty
Extension Agent
Nutrition, Food Safety 
and Health 

Post Rock District - Lincoln Office
P.O. Box 8 
Lincoln, KS. 67455
(785) 524-4432
Email: asvaty@ksu.edu
Twitter: @PRDhealth