Citizen Report Card

I thought I was done with Report Cards ?!?!?!

The rising cost of healthcare has made health an economic issue. Interestingly, much of the cost of healthcare comes from a few chronic conditions, such as high blood pressure, diabetes, and cancer. The presence and severity of these conditions are significantly influenced by our health behaviors and lifestyles. There is also a growing understanding that stress may be at the top of list when it comes to the condition that affects how long, and how well, we live (possibly by affecting our life choices). It seems as though the more stress (or distressed) we are, the poorer our lifestyle choices, which can have a dramatic impact on our health.  As such, the solutions to our current healthcare challenges may come more from being “socially empowered”, vs. treatment that only focuses on selective chronic medical conditions.

Enter the “Citizen Report Card”, which is a tool to help anyone identify behaviors that they can use to empower themselves, their family, and their community. Its was strategically named “Report Card” to emphasize the importance of education, and to allow children to see the “grades” of their parents. While this report card can be used by all, it really focuses on the  “earning years” of life (from 18-65). The ultimate goal of this site is to facilitate the creation of a “community of Aʼs”, which would be a wonderful place to live.

You can take this survey, by registering on the home page.  You may also download a printed copy of the report card.  There are two versions:

Citizen ReportCard “Earning  Years”: For Adults

Citizen ReportCard “Learning Years”: for Youth

As always, let us know what you think : )


International graduands and guests

Receive a confirmation email that your application form has been safely received if an application is not received from you then you will automatically be deemed to be “Graduating In Absentia” not attending your ceremony. A seat will not be reserved for you and your name will be deleted from wholesale nba jerseys graduation literature ie readers list, ceremonial programme, local newspaper

Make sure that the Exams, Awards cheap jerseys and Graduation Team (EAG) has a current email address and mobile telephone number for you all the way up until your ceremony. Please keep this email address updated on your valid sussed account or email the EAG team or we will not be able to communicate with you. You can update your email address on the online application until 5 June 2015.

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Ensure your full and legal name is spelt correctly on the Self Service Record System

Ensure all outstanding debts are paid

Be awarded on or before the final award date at the end of June

We will send you a confirmation email in July. Your tickets will be available wholesale jerseys china for collection on the day of your ceremony from the Ticket Collection and Information Centre Marquee.

Arrive two hours before your ceremony to allow time to collect your robes and tickets

How do I make sure my name is pronounced correctly at my graduation ceremony?

Whilst Applying for Graduation it is important that your name is pronounced correctly when read out by the reader during the ceremony. To help them, please fill in the pronunciation field on the online application. This can be arranged by the Graduation Team. For more information please visit the Visa page.

The letter states that you are a registered graduand expecting to attend a graduation ceremony at the University of Southampton, in this academic year. The letter only refers to yourself but indicates that if you are awarded you will be issued automatically with guest places.

You must be eligible to graduate before a visa letter can be issued. If you are in any doubt please contact your Faculty. Once you have filled in your online application the Graduation Team will produce your letter. You will be emailed to confirm this has been done. Please allow up to 20 working days for receipt dependant upon the receiving postal service.Articles Connexes: