It will likely inspire you to make the most of your day!
Congratulations Chenoa and Tanyka!
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Perception is powerful! Here's some advice from Rio Salado Counselor Autumn Cardenez to help you get over those rainy days and Mondays that get you down.“We don’t see things as they are,
we see them as we are.” —Anais Nin
“Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending.” —Maria Robinson
Tooth decay is the most common chronic disease in children, but is almost entirely preventable!This June 25 clinic is made possible in part by the American Dental Association and the Arizona Dental Foundation.
“I am thrilled to join Rio Salado College,” Smith said. “I am humbled and honored to be joining such a progressive and hard-working team. I appreciate the opportunity to support and contribute to the excellent work of the faculty and staff at Rio and look forward to working with my new colleagues.”
Students will learn how to:
● Work with an advisor to reach their educational goals.
● Choose appropriate classes and programs.
● Apply prior college classes to their program.
● Transfer credits to a university program.
● Find resources and tips to help them succeed.
“If you are struggling in life, know that change can happen when you realize that pain is temporary,” Mercado said. “Having self-awareness leads to making better choices.”Mercado’s next choice is to pursue a bachelor’s degree in psychology.