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Students assigned a dog in training are empowered to increase their leadership and social literacy skills. In summer, children (ages 10 – 17) learn to train Power Paws dogs to assist others. Interactive classroom activities give children the basics needed to train assistance dogs. Each child will experience the unconditional love of an assistance dog in training. Through hands-on activities, students are empowered to train assistance dogs to complete several basic tasks. This program runs from June thru August in four two-week sessions.
June 4 – 14 (completed)
June 18 – 28, July 9 – 19, July 23 – August 2 Tuesday through Friday 9 am – 2 pm (completed)
Call 480 970 1322 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This program supports at-risk, Title 1 students with disabilities and/or students who struggle with literacy. Using our assistance dogs, Power Paws engages students in their day-to-day classroom activities. Our program serves students at Coronado High School (Title 1), Hohokam Elementary School, Rover Elementary School and Chandler Public Library.