To assist teenagers as they leave the Continuum of Care, Boys Town Nevada offers a Transition to Adulthood program that places young men and women in an independent living setting and offers financial relief for the time that they search for employment. Each month, $450 helps transitioning teens afford expenses, including utility bills, food, bus passes, a sheriff's help card, and their apartment complex's safety deposit.
Whether tailoring care to keep babies on the same schedules they're on at home, preparing kids for kindergarten, or assisting grammar-school students with homework in afterschool programs, First Christian Academy acts as a support system for other education and childcare efforts outside its walls. Because the academy views parents as crucial to their kids' education, parents can take part in the advisory board or take advantage of the open-door policy and stop by the classroom. There, they'll see kids aged 6 weeks to 12 years cared for by licensed professionals. These teachers do everything, including helping infants develop their senses, teaching older children to recognize coins and dollar bills, and what mortgage is most beneficial when putting a down payment on a blanket fort.
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Unlike more traditional museums, Discovery Times Square does much more than simply display artifacts. The space, located in the building once occupied by the New York Times printing presses, encourages visitors to learn through interactive, sensory exhibits. Past shows have taken guests inside the Titanic’s final wreck site, Da Vinci’s ingenious inventions, and the vast collection of riches and bandages owned by King Tut. More than a museum, DTS has featured exhibitions of unparalleled breadth, including Pompeii: The Exhibit, Dead Sea Scrolls: The Exhibition, Terracotta Warriors: Defenders of China’s First Emperor, and most recently The Art of the Brick.