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Tracy Leonard

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Tracy is a Lead Instructor for Darkness to Light, a child sexual abuse prevention organization and serves as a College and Career Advisor for Students Rising Above. She grew up in northeast Ohio, and has lived in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Arizona, and Northern Virginia and has worked in the arts, in education, in non-profits and in ed tech. Her husband's job brought them to the Bay Area and there's no looking back! Tracy is mom to a 17-year-old daughter and 14-year-old son. Self-care includes pedicures, reading, cooking, crafting, and just being with her family. She also serves on the Citizen's Bond Oversight Committee for the Dublin School District and on the Advisory Council for the Transformative Leadership in Disruptive Times Certificate Program at Cal State East Bay.
Preventing Sexual Abuse at the Pediatricians Office

Preventing Sexual Abuse at the Pediatricians Office

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Doctors are just one of many adult professionals that our children interact with, and as parents, we naturally assume good intent. They are the helpers. They are the ones we take our children to...
Fall Favorites: Apple Butter, Baked Potato, Pumpkin Cookies with Cream Cheese Frosting

Fall Favorites: Apple Butter, Baked Potato, Pumpkin Cookies with Cream Cheese Frosting

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Fall is in the air, and nothing gets me in the fall spirit like cooking, especially since we live in California and don’t experience the seasons here like I did when I grew up....
Don’t Be Afraid: Questions to Ask of Coaches, Tutors, and Instructors

Don’t Be Afraid: Questions to Ask of Coaches, Tutors, and Instructors

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As parents, we spend lots of money on our children, childcare, dance lessons, gymnastics class, sports, tutoring, and other activities. We expect to get our money’s worth. But what does that mean? A happy...
What do we do with all of those BIG feelings?

What do we do with all of those BIG feelings?

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Our littlest ones are probably not watching much television and seeing what is happening in the world, but let’s face it, they can feel it. They sense the sadness and the weight of so...
Anxiety and Stress: Coping with Change

Anxiety and Stress: Coping with Change

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Editor's Note: The California Partners Project conducted a statewide listening tour with California mothers, parents, and caregivers to understand how they navigated the integration of technology and devices into most aspects of their children’s lives....
Tips to support healthier tech habits

Top Tips to Support Healthier Tech Habits

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Editor's Note: The California Partners Project conducted a statewide listening tour with California mothers, parents, and caregivers to understand how they navigated the integration of technology and devices into most aspects of their children’s lives....

4 Books to Celebrate Pride Month with Your Kids

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Not sure how to have a conversation about LGBTQ issues with your kid? Whether you are cisgender, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, or questioning, a children’s book can be the perfect tool to start...
Minimizing Multitasking

Minimizing Multitasking

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Editor's Note: The California Partners Project conducted a statewide listening tour with California mothers, parents, and caregivers to understand how they navigated the integration of technology and devices into most aspects of their children’s lives....
How to Talk To Your Child About Online Porn

How to Talk to Your Child About Online Porn

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Editors Note: The California Partners Project conducted a statewide listening tour with California mothers, parents, and caregivers to understand how they navigated the integration of technology and devices into most aspects of their children’s...
Managing Parental Guilt

Managing Parental Guilt

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Editors Note: The California Partners Project conducted a statewide listening tour with California mothers, parents, and caregivers to understand how they navigated the integration of technology and devices into most aspects of their children’s...
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