Join us for the Green Apple Days at the Capitol on March 27 and 28
During Green Apple Days at the Capitol: 1.) Learn more about how our laws are passed and be trained in how you can best impact that process; 2.) Attend a special reception and legislative briefing covering the top education and behavioral health legislative issues today and which issues will be addressed in the 2017 FL Legislative Session; 3.) Meet with and lobby your legislators; 4.) Enjoy food and fellowship with other like-minded friends from around the state; and 5.) Enjoy a historic guided tour of the Old FL Capitol.
To register for Green Apple Days at the Capitol click here.
Why does Green Apple monitor federal and state legislation?
Green Apple monitors both federal and state legislation of significance to member organizations for several reasons including: 1) to make the membership aware of pending or new legislation that impacts child care, elementary and secondary schools, residential treatment centers, substance abuse providers, and after school programs, and 2) to advocate on behalf of the children served in member organizations.
What should I do with the bill tracking information that Green Apple provides?
Review the proposed or new legislation
Contact your congressional or state representative by telephone or email to express your thoughts on the legislation
Attend Green Apple Days at the National Capitol or State Capitols
Green Apple Accreditation of Children's Services (GAACS) does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, creed, disability, or national origin in the administration of its programs. GAACS is an independent, nationally recognized accrediting agency that accredits schools and children's behavioral health programs. International Green Apple Accreditation (IGAA)is the international accrediting agency and sister organization ofGAACS. IGAA and GAACS are not affiliated with any other accrediting agency.