She has WINGS
Windy Tuck

Last month U.S. Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan, addressed 51 Mom Congress delegates with these words: "Preparing our children for success in school and in life is everyone's responsibility, and as their child's first teacher, parents have a crucial role to play"—words that this month's She has WINGS winner, Windy Tuck, lives by.
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As the school year comes to a close we focus our attention on teaching kids important relationship skills. One way we do this is to help kids understand how working together, and using the "Four Cs", can help land them in a win/win situation.
Here's how we do it.


A WINGSY message from one mother to her son.

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Bright Lights, Big City - WINGS Finalist in Major Competition

WINGS was just named one of the finalists in the Social Impact Exchange's annual business plan competition. More than 100 nonprofits submitted strategy papers outlining their growth models. From that group, 29 organizations advanced to the second round and submitted full business plans. From the 29 nonprofits to make it to round II, three are going to New York — and we're one! Chief Executive Officer, Bridget Laird and Director of Business Affairs, Adam Pomerantz will represent WINGS.

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De'Troy, one of our youngest WINGS kids, reminds us it's never too early to start soaring. In just his first year at WINGS he's mastering the social and emotional life lessons we're teaching every day.
Read why he soars.

"Education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school."

- Albert Einstein



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