Ugggh.....  Is it just me, or has this heat been BRUTAL lately?  Every time my kiddos utter the "o-word" {you know - OUTSIDE!}, I cringe with desperation.  During the daylight hours, I seriously sweat just looking out the window.  And...
The past two school years have proven to be extra challenging for some students. The classroom changes and distractions brought forth in 2020, many parents are noticing their kids have fallen a bit behind.  My kids were homeschooled last year,...
My son is in Kindergarten, and we are both excited for him to learn to read this year! Although I've been reading to him since he was an infant, and he spent his preschool years learning letters and sounds,...
One of the hardest things for me is the ever-growing question What do I send my child for lunch? Sometimes I have questioned why this is so hard, as I have regularly fed my child for 8 years. But...
Almost from the time that I discovered that our twins would be "summer babies", I had school on the brain. Specifically, wondering how being the youngest in their class would ultimately affect them. And that certainly weighed on me...
A preschool director offers expert advice on the skills to work on with your little one this summer to ensure a smooth transition to preschool in the fall.  I stood toward the back of the room with tears streaming down...
We went into this with so much trepidation. I had no idea what it would look like, if we would make it, how long it would last. Everything was different, nothing was comfortable, and all of it was subject...
Have you ever reflected on the things you wanted to be when you grew up and thought, “well that didn’t go as planned!” I wanted to be a veterinarian, a neuroscientist, an anesthesiologist, a nurse, an architect, a psychiatrist,...
It’s hard to believe it, but we are soon approaching the end of the school year. And that means… Teacher Appreciation Week is coming up! Teachers have had a particularly challenging year, and deserve every bit of our celebration....
Reading is a fundamental right. We send our kids to school so that they can become better readers and better thinkers. Reading more authentic literature leads to high levels of critical thinking—so equip your readers with books from diverse...

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How White People Can Celebrate Black History Month

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Our country has spent the past few years engaged in conversations around the racial inequalities that plague our society. By now, most of us...