Welcome Arizona State PIRC

Dear Fellow Parent Engagement Enthusiasts,

Arizona State Parent Information Resource Center appreciates your patronage over the last five years. It has been our sincere pleasure to work alongside Arizona’s finest to implement systemic family engagement practices that are aligned to student learning. As of March 30, 2012, our PIRC program will officially end. You may still access the Arizona State PIRC website, which will remain active through June 30, 2012.

Yours in Partnership,
Jenni Brasington and Aida Felix
Arizona State PIRC

Arizona State PIRC – A Center for Health and Student Learning

Impotency treatment programs for ED patients in Arizona

viagra-100mg-pillImpotency and erectile dysfunction treatments are available for oral administration also. Drugs like Levitra, Cialis and Viagra are available in the form of orally administered pills which men can take by mouth to enhance their erection during sexual activities. All of these meds belong to a group of drugs called PED5 inhibitors. These pills work in the body to restore the normal system of blood flow towards the penis, thus an erection can be instituted with sexual stimulation. So, ED patients in Arizona can take the oral ED therapies without any worries to get a firm and hardcore erection that can last for a longer time. These oral meds are mostly taken an hour or so before sexual activity and usually without food. They carry very few to no side effects and are also safe to use. Men, no matter what degree of erectile dysfunction they are suffering from, these oral therapies like Levitra, Viagra and Cialis would definitely pave way for an enhanced erection.

Viagra – The most prescribed ED drug in Arizona

best ed drugViagra, the highly proficient erectile dysfunction med, is very popular in Arizona. A lot of men in Arizona are very much fond of Viagra due to its significant potency of enhancing erection during sexual activities. ED is a very common condition amongst many men these days and leaving it untreated could severely affect the reproductive ability of the person. Due to this, many men prefer to buy Viagra online and hence it became the most prescribed ED drug in Arizona. One can purchase this medicine online at one’s comfort level with just few mouse clicks. The drug will be door delivered to your location when you procure it over an online pharmacy. So, shopping for Viagra has become very convenient with the help of online drugstores. The price of Viagra is bound to fluctuate from time to time depending upon the market rate. Being a PDE5 inhibitor, this drug acts in the body to boost erection by relaxing the muscles found in the walls of blood muscles and increases the flow of blood to particular areas of the body like the penis. So there’s rich erection seen when men have sexual intercourse. Amongst the many available ED meds, Viagra stood to become the most sought after ED med by most physicians in Arizona.


Two great resources for Family and Community Engagement have just recently been published.

The first resource, Handbook on Family and Community Engagement provides educators, community leaders and parents with a succinct summary of the best family engagement research and practice accumulated over the years.

cefThe second resource is the Head Start Parent, Family and Community Engagement Framework. The Parent, Family and Community Engagement Framework provides programs with a research-based, organizational guide for implementing relevant Head Start Program Performance Standards.


idea flyer winterExciting News!

This fall, ASU IDEAL is offering a professional development course on Family Engagement. Arizona PIRC partnered with IDEAL to develop Parent Involvement 101- An Introductory Course for Facilitating Family, School and Community Partnerships. Registration is now open for courses starting January 18th 2012.

For more information, download the flyer or visit IDEAL at ideal.azed.gov

Don’t delay, register today!

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Arizona State PIRC wins a 2011 Partnership Organization Award from the National Network of Partnership Schools. This is Arizona PIRC’s THIRD Partnership Organization Award – evidence of the on-going commitment to improving school, family, and community partnerships in Arizona. The NNPS Organization Awards Committee praised Arizona PIRC’s conference structures and the professional development workshops that are offered. They also commended the connections of the Arizona PIRC with the Arizona Department of Education, which have resulted in important funding and on-going support for collaborating districts and schools.

Click on the link to view the NNPS resources and training.

Don’t forget to view our Share Center share topics nav small , (2010 Award Winner) which is updated regularly with new shares.

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Download the PowerPoint Family Engagement presentation.

Download the PowerPoint Needs Assessments presentation.

Where does family engagement fit into your school reform initiatives?

These presentations provide LEAs who are applying for SIG funds a starting point for including school, family and community partnerships

into overall school reform efforts. The presentations also provide recommendations for funding family engagement initiatives.

For questions regarding the content in these PowerPoints,

please call Jenni Brasington, at 480-224-2061.

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PTA® Take Your Family to School Week® is celebrated each February
to pay tribute to PTA’s legacy of building family-school partnerships.
PTA Take Your Family to School Week will be held February 12–18,
2012 with the purpose of expanding and enhancing family engagement
in schools across the country.

National PTA® offers grants to PTAs to implement programs that
engage families in the school community. These grants can be used
to build positive partnerships with teachers and families, connect
parents to their children’s school experiences, and give children fun ways
to share what they are learning and doing in class with their families.

Click here for application information.

For information about Arizona PTA click here
Check out Arizona PTA’s new website: azpta.org

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Click here to view archived Arizona State PIRC information.

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Click here for materials and resources in Spa

Haga clic aquí para ver los materiales y recursos en español.

Look for this Icon Translation icon throughout the website for information and resources in Spanish!

Busque este icono Translation icon en toda la red para información y recursos en español!

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