Happy House president. Carol Loweree has been delivered the Good Choices program to children at the LAPD Newton station. And parents are now getting to do the program as well.
Happy House Founder, Nancy Cartwright, and Happy House President, Carol Loweree, visited the John Glenn High School in Norwalk, California last week.
Our newest Happy House Chapter in Norwalk, California is lead by special education teacher Saxty Soto.
Children enrolled the the Migrant Education Program had a Christmas party Saturday December 16.
Happy House has been awarded $500 by Staples Foundation, the private charitable arm of Staples, Inc., through a program called 2 Million & Change that allows Staples associates around the globe to direct more than $2 million in donations each year.
LAPD Jr. Cadets at the Foothill station in Pacioma graduated from their cadet program November 30th.
Carol Loweree, president of Happy House, was presented with a Certificate by Los Angeles Councilmember Monica Rodriguez.
Happy House President, Carol Loweree has been piloting a program to boost literacy with students. You’ll here more about this program at a future date, but the program is also extremely useful for ESL students. Check out the photo of some recent graduates from a migrant workers ESL program in South Los Angeles and this wonderful success story: “I have so much confidence now to speak English were before I felt unable to! It also gives me the opportunity to help my children since I can understand and read what they are studying! THANKS YOU SO MUCH!” —Isabel S. Mother of 5 children
Happy House Santa Clarita founder, Miriam Quigley, found that children are never too young to learn how to make good choices!
Happy House is helping parents with at-risk children by applying Chapter 17 of The Way to Happiness, Be Competent.