Posts Tagged ‘education’

Therapy dogs are known to be a great help to children who are nervous about reading in front of adults. If you don’t have a dog at home (or even a willing cat), we have good news: Norfolk Public Libraries are on board with therapy dogs to help children read.

Tales to Tails is available at three branches in Norfolk: Barron F. Black Branch (E. Tanners Creek Dr.), Blyden Branch (E. Princess Anne Rd.), and Slover Library (E. Plume St.)

Visit NorfolkPublicLibrary.org for a full list of classes and registration forms.

Click the photo below to enlarge, for more information and to meet a therapy dog!

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If you’d like to become a Veterinary Technician, but aren’t able to attend classes outside the area, then the Veterinary Technology Distance Education Program may be for you.

We urge you to attend the information session on Thursday, November 6 (at 5 PM) on the Virginia Beach campus of Tidewater Community College. The courses are available via the Blue Ridge Community College.

See the flyer below or for more information, call 540-453-2279.

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