OLCDC and partners' CodeMasters showcase summer robotics and game design projects
On July 27, students attending summer CodeMasters camps in Robotics at Carrie Meek/Westview K-8 Center and Game Design at Central High School presented robots they built and programmed and video games they designed during their six-week programs.
~~See the July 2016 Miami Herald article about CodeMasters.
OLCDC and partners celebrate 2016 Keeping Our Promise graduates
On June 2, OLCDC and partners hosted a graduation ceremony for students attending Dr. Robert B. Ingram Elementary, Nathan B. Young Elementary, and Golden Glades Elementary who participated during the 2015-2016 school year in the Children's Trust-funded Keeping Our Promise Program, which provides behavioral health, physical health, and education services through care coordination to students displaying at-risk behaviors.
OLCDC hosts 3rd Annual Health Matters: Health and Resource Fair
On Saturday, March 12, OLCDC presented the third annual Health Matters: Health and Resource Fair, which featured vendors offering health services and community resources; cooking demonstrations; food giveaways; fitness activities; and OLCDC's first 1-mile Walk for a Purpose to raise awareness about cancer.
The Children's Trust highlights OLCDC's Keeping Our Promise Program
In its 2015 Annual Report, The Children's Trust showcases OLCDC's Keeping Our Promise Program, which served more than 300 children and adults last year, providing behavioral, health and education services through care coordination to students in Robert B. Ingram, Nathan B. Young, and Golden Glades Elementary Schools.
Read about Keeping Our Promise on pages 20-21 of The Trust's Annual Report.
OLCDC receives $11,000 grant from Health Foundation of South Florida
Funds will pay for exercise equipment and fitness classes in Magnolia North KaBOOM! Park.