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Marketplace Tutoring

Schools

Don’t Be a Drip

Tuition-free Montessori elementary for ages 5-13  Hands-on, arts and music

Save Water

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eaves are turning brown and creeks are running dry. California is enduring an official drought and teaching kids to save water is essential. Have fun figuring out your family’s water footprint here: http://environment. nationalgeographic.com/environment (search on “water footprint calculator”). Then get to work implementing the following steps for reducing the amount of gallons you use.

• Wash the bike or the car using a hose nozzle; turn off the water in between washing and rinsing. Better yet, ditch the hose altogether and wash with a sponge and a bucket of soapy water. If your family uses a car wash, choose one that recycles water. • Take showers not baths. If you keep showers under five minutes, you’ll save up to 1,000 gallons a month. You can even make a game out of timing yourself and the kids, challenging everyone to beat their own records. • Turn off water while shampooing hair and brushing teeth.

integrated with academics

 National Green Campus  Promotes responsibility, respect, and peace

307 North State Street Ukiah

707-468-1300

Located on north end of Fairgrounds PO Box 966 Ukiah 95482

www.tutoringcenter.com

Soar into Summer Personalized instruction Local references Over 20 years of experience

707-462-0913 treeoflifeschool@pacific.net www.treeoflifeschool.net

La Vida Charter School

Take Wing Tutoring Deborah Moore takewingtutoring@gmail.com 510-332-9840 • West Side Ukiah

• Independent Study • K –12 • Free Public Charter • Academic & Specialty Classes • Gifted & Talented Served • Inspired by Waldorf Education

Health

• When waiting for running water to get hot, place a bucket under the faucet and pour what you catch on houseplants or use it in the garden.

16201 N. Hwy. 101, Willits

707-459-6344

www.lavidaschool.org

• When it’s time to clean out your fish tank, give your plants the nutrient-rich tank water. • Water outdoor plants in the morning or evening, when it’s cool enough for them to absorb moisture before it evaporates. Also, be careful not to overwater; a little goes a long way. • Enlist the kids to help test the toilet for leaks. Let them place a drop of food coloring in the toilet tank. If the color appears in the toilet without flushing, you’ve got a leak, which can waste 200 gallons a day. • Teach kids to turn off the faucet tightly after each use. • Avoid using recreational water toys, especially those that require a steady stream of water.

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Accelerated Achievement Academy

Jazzercise franchise opportunities available in Lake County

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BE YOUR OWN BO$$ Contact Beth Rudiger,

707-326-1291 Middletown Jazzercise Jazzercise.com

• Wash pets on the lawn, where excess water can feed the grass.

(707) 463-7080 1031 N. State St.

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• Use a broom instead of a hose to clean paved surfaces like sidewalks and driveways. For more water-saving tips, see wateruseitwisely.com and epa.gov. www.mendolakefamilylife.com

Free Public School Grades 4-12 Small classes Support for struggling students

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