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How to Be Street Smart

FCCS's mascot Ted D. Bear shares tips with kids on how to stay safe when they are by themselves or with other children away from home.

How to Be Street Smart
The Latest Edition of Connects E-News
Accent on Kids Summer 2014
2014 FCCS Levy to Support Children
FCCS Report to the Community
The Latest Edition of Connects E-News

Featured articles include:

- FCCS's FamJam @ Mayor Coleman's Neighborhood Pride Block Party
- FCCS Community Partner: Hilltop Teen Club & Free Store

 

How to Be Street Smart
The Latest Edition of Connects E-News
Accent on Kids Summer 2014
2014 FCCS Levy to Support Children
FCCS Report to the Community
Accent on Kids Summer 2014

Check out the latest edition of FCCS's print publication Accent on Kids. This issue features the following articles:

- FamJam: Family Fun for All

- Committe4Children Starts Levy Campaign

How to Be Street Smart
The Latest Edition of Connects E-News
Accent on Kids Summer 2014
2014 FCCS Levy to Support Children
FCCS Report to the Community
2014 FCCS Levy to Support Children

The FCCS board has asked the Franklin County Commissioners to place a 10-year renewal of the 1.9 mill levy, which expires at the end of the year, on the November 4, 2014 General Election ballot. Passage of this levy will not increase property tax cost for homeowners. The cost to owners of a $100,000 home will remain at the current $54 per year.  

How to Be Street Smart
The Latest Edition of Connects E-News
Accent on Kids Summer 2014
2014 FCCS Levy to Support Children
FCCS Report to the Community
FCCS Report to the Community

Franklin County Children Services has just released the agency's annual report to the community. Click on the link below to review the report. Want your own copy? Please email: clgreenl@fccs.co.franklin.oh.us.

How to Be Street Smart
The Latest Edition of Connects E-News
Accent on Kids Summer 2014
2014 FCCS Levy to Support Children
FCCS Report to the Community

Event Calendar

  • Sunny 95 Neighborhood Block Parties
    FCCS will be at the Sunny 95 Neighborhood Block Parties throughout the summer. We'll share parenting tips and other resources with the community. Follow us on Facebook to learn dates and locations.
  • FCCS's FamJam @ Mayor Coleman's Neighborhood Pride Block Party
    August 2
    10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
    Columbus Commons (160 S. High St.)
    Franklin County Children Services and the city of Columbus invite you to a free, family enrichment festival at the city's downtown park. FamJam will bring families together with community resources, vendors and information tables, as well as tons of fun and entertainment and free food. Rain or shine! For more information, call (614) 341-6085 or click here.
  • Stuff the Bus
    August 9
    10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
    Hoge Memorial Presbyterian Church (2930 W. Broad St.)
    Join the Hilltop Kiwanis Club and FCCS as they stuff a school bus with donated items during this annual school supply drive for FCCS youth and area school children. To view a list of needed items, click here. For more information, call (614) 286-8246 or 276-8045 or email LHoffman65@columbus.rr.com.