From Airen Goodman

CYDC/Senate Bill 94 Coordinator

Get UPS credit hours with our on-line Life Skills  classes. Use your spare time while stuck at home to completed your UPS hours.

Here is the fourth assignment, Poetry. There is a Garfield County Library Poetry Open Mic evening Tuesday, April 21, that will help you do this class. Click her to find out how.

The more you do and the more effort you put into this the more credit you will receive.

Click here to download the  Poetry Life Skills class created by Vallee Noone.  “Poetry is all around you, from advertisements to music but what is it? Why is it different from regular speech? One of the best things about poems is that they really can be whatever you want them to be, their job is to get emotions out. They can be two lines or two thousand pages, they can rhyme or not. The whole idea is that the word works for you, not the other way around.”

You can still access the information for earlier online classes here:

Week One: Issues Facing Our Youth and Finding Resources.

Week Two: NonVerbal Communication and Improving Your Well Being.

Week Three: Decision Making skills.

If anyone has any questions or needs help, email or call 970-618-7335. If you can’t download the attachments in the links, Airen can send them to you by email.

If you are struggling in any way, YouthZone is available to help.  Feel free to reach out anytime. Let me know if you need anything. Take care of yourself.