Eliot REACT explores “Comfort Zones”

This week during the regular meeting, Eliot REACT members played a game to learn about comfort zones.  The discussion focused on how something might be very uncomfortable for one person, but very easy for another.  Students were asked to respond by moving to places within the roped areas to indicate how comfortable (or not) they

Clinton Planning & Zoning Votes to Prohibit Cannabis Retail in Town

At the 9/13/21 Public Hearing of the Planning & Zoning Commission, all Commission members but one voted against allowing cannabis businesses in Clinton. The hearing opened with a straight forward statement of opposition to cannabis businesses from Police Chief Vin DeMaio.  Citing the blatant law enforcement restrictions within the marijuana law, the expansion of black

By |2021-09-14T09:57:08-04:00September 14, 2021|Important Messages, Marijuana, Mental Health, PiC|Comments Off on Clinton Planning & Zoning Votes to Prohibit Cannabis Retail in Town

Signs of Teenage Depression

Is your teen unmotivated and disinterested in school and extracurriculars? Are you a teen who would rather be sleeping than “doing things” in your community? Has this been described as the typical teenager who just doesn’t care? There could be a lot more going on in this scenario than just a teen who seems

By |2021-03-10T14:39:07-05:00November 25, 2020|Adult Resources, Data, Mental Health|0 Comments
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