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September Update Letter from PSU President

September 10, 2018

Hello Everyone,

As the summer comes to an end; and a new season is about to begin, Parents Step Up is busy bringing you more information on a wide variety of topics. If you are curious as to how I choose what topics to cover and why I chose them; well, I cover any and all subjects that parents and caregivers come to me with questions about. If someone asks me something, I work very hard to find the answers and resources for them, and anyone else that has the same question. If you have a question, please please please, ask me! There is nothing I will not look into; nothing is off the table to address! Email questions to me at parentsstepup.longmont@gmail.com

We need our “village” to be strong and be empowered with the knowledge to make the Parent Movement successful. We never know what battles others are having to fight. But, we can choose to be kind, supportive and help in anyway we can. Together we can make the changes our children (of all ages) need us to make; for a safer nation, better home environment, safer schools and all around better life for our futures.

Currently I am working on topics that include, but are not limited to: local resources available for families in need, drug abuse information and how to help your children, bullying in school and LGBTQ information and support. It is my hope, that regardless of which topic it is, that it helps parents and caregivers to at least start the conversations and helps give them knowledge on where to turn for help. I am very excited about some special projects I am working on; they will remain a surprise for now but I look forward to rolling them out in the next few months and helping to build our community of support even larger and stronger.

I am well aware that not all subjects will be needed for all families; however, I am sure that all subjects will help some families and that is what Parents Step Up is about. As I am sure you can tell, I am very busy trying to get accurate and helpful information out, in one spot, for easy access. It is my job to make finding answers and resources easier for parents/caregivers.

Knowledge is power! Asking for help is a sign of strength not weakness! Kindness costs nothing and goes a long way! You are not alone!

Let’s keep supporting each other, keep moving forward, keep improving our community and keep the Parent Movement going!

Thank you to all of you that have, and continue to, step up. Thank you to all who have, and continue to, support Parents Step Up.
You are all rockstars in your own ways, so keep on rocking!

Kim Crossland
President of Parents Step Up

September Update Letter from PSU President
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