What are your state laws about children at the range? Some states do not allow children under the age of twelve to handle firearms, even with a parent’s permission and supervision. Others have specific laws about handguns as opposed to long guns, or other restrictions. Before taking your child to the range, find out the law in your state.
- I. Telephone Calls
- II. Mail
- III. Visitation
- IV. Codes of Conduct
Home On The Range residents are permitted to make and receive telephone calls during evening hours. Incoming calls from parents or referring agencies are accepted anytime.
We encourage all residents to correspond by mail with family and significant others. Postage is paid by Home On The Range for all mail addressed to immediate family members. We also encourage family members to correspond with residents as often as possible. All mail to non-family and family members is subject to approval by the social worker and/or referring worker. Resident mail is only opened by the resident, but conditions may be established requiring a staff member to be present.
We invite family members to visit the residents. We ask that the following procedure be utilized prior to a visit: 1. The family member must contact the resident’s social worker regarding the visit. We ask that this inquiry occur at least one week prior to the proposed visit. 2. Meals are available through the Home On The Range food service. 3. Residents may be allowed off-ranch time with family at the social worker’s and referring worker’s discretion. 4. Residents denied off-ranch privileges...
Residents may qualify for home visits after a minimum of sixty-days of placement. Home visits are an earned privilege and are at the discretion of the social worker. Prior to the visit, guidelines for parental supervision will be established as a condition of the visit. Home visits are scheduled during major school holidays and throughout the summer.
Detailed dress codes are outlined in the Home On The Range – Residential Living Manual provided to all youth at intake. Screening of clothing items is conducted at intake. Items not allowed will be sent home. Clothing viewed as gang influenced; clothes containing alcohol, drug or tobacco slogans; “concert” shirts; and all clothing viewed as sexually inappropriate are expressly prohibited. Specific procedures regarding jewelry are similarly addressed in the Resident Living Manual. Detailed hair grooming policies are outlined in the Home On The Range – Residential Living Manual provided to all youth at intake. Male residents’ hair must be: 1. Off the collar. 2. Above the eyebrows and no more than halfway down the ear. Shaving, stripes or scalp writing in the hair are prohibited. Female residents’ hair must be off the face. Please download the parental information sheet for complete information for parents of applicants. This document is in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format. Parent Informatio...
"Home on the Range" is a classic cowboy song, sometimes called the "unofficial anthem" of the American West. Dr. Brewster M. Higley (also spelled Highley) of Smith County, Kansas, wrote the lyrics as the poem "My Western Home" in 1872 or 1873, with at least one source indicating it was written as early as 1871.
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"Home On The Range" A song from "Yankee Doodle Dandy". You can download this video or buy it on DVD at http://www.kidsongs.com.All credits goes to The Kidson...
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- Darkulime Dark
Home on the Range is a 2004 American animated Western musical comedy film produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation and released by Walt Disney Pictures.The 45th Disney animated feature film, it was the last traditionally animated Disney film released until The Princess and the Frog in 2009.
This tape could just as easily be called "The Fourth of July" -- it opens with an old-fashioned Fourth parade singing "I'm a Yankee Doodle Dandy." Then a statue of Uncle Sam comes to life and tells the kids about pioneer life with such songs as "Home on the Range," I've Been Working on the Railroad," "Deep in the Heart of Texas," etc.
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Oh, give me a home Where the buffalo roam, Where the deer and the antelope play,Where seldom is heard a discouraging word,And the skies are not cloudy all da...
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- Little Fox - Kids Songs and Stories
Sing Out Loud Traditional Songs LYRICS: HOME ON THE RANGE 1. Oh, give me a home, where the buffalo roam, where the deer and the antelope play, where seldom i...
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Home On The Range sung by Gene Autry. An idyllic flashback to the 50s with a view into a simple life full of contentment. A log cabin, a family, nature at th...
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- Margriet Askew