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Our Children. They Are Already Involved

Posted on October 1, 2020 at 11:05 AM Comments comments (1716)

Our Children. They Are Already Involved.


There are arguments, for and against, the involvement of children in the current social justice movement. What we cannot argue is that our children have been involved—whether they wanted to be or not—since the beginning of 2020 when the coronavirus pandemic arrived on our doorsteps. September marks the ninth month of this landmark year--a full mental and emotional gestation period of g...

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Timeline for 2019 Summer Programs

Posted on March 8, 2019 at 9:55 AM Comments comments (8392)

Timeline for 2019 Summer Programs: Don't Miss Important Deadlines for Applying!

If you are planning to put your child(ren) in a summer program, this is the time to research options and sign up. Most camps, specialty training/ enrichment programs, and out-of-school activities are planned in the fall, and finalized in December.

Many Summer 2019 dates are posted and programs are ALREADY enrolling. Don't miss great opportunities because you miss the deadline to enroll. Save your spac...

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Reading - What's the Point?

Posted on August 27, 2017 at 10:10 AM Comments comments (2422)

To become a proficient reader, you have to---read!

Quiet as it is kept, students’ read all the time,they just don't necessarily read what is given to them in school. Why? Students say the material is not interesting to them; the printed page, itself, may hurt their eyes, they may not understand the words, or the topic has no meaning for them. What’s the point of reading, anyway? Exactly!

Reading should have a purpose, and a point! That part sho...

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Document Your Service Learning Hours

Posted on August 25, 2017 at 1:10 PM Comments comments (3117)


As the new school year begins, remember that community service hours are a requirement for high school graduation. There are many students who risk their graduation status because they do not take this component seriously, and, thus, do not have enough verifiable hours by Grade 12.

If students volunteered and completed service learning hours this summer, they should document their work hours and subm...

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