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Time Flies, So Grab it!

Sunday, March 10th, marks daylight saving time. That’s right, clocks will be set to spring forward one hour. But what it should also stand for is to remind us that there is no time like the present, and there is … Continue reading

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Celebrating Valentine’s Day as a Family!

Valentine’s Day may come once each year, but the one’s you love are with you 365 days of the year. So why wait until February 14th to celebrate? Do something! Teddy Roosevelt once said, “Do what you can, with what … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Although prayers and thanks were probably offered at the 1621 harvest gathering, the first recorded religious Thanksgiving Day in Plymouth happened two years later in 1623, according to holiday history.  On this occasion, the colonists gave thanks to God for … Continue reading

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How Does Your Child Learn?

One of the greatest joys of being a parent and an educator is helping children succeed. The truth is, children learn what they live.  See if you agree!  “Children Learn What They Live”  by Dorothy Nolte If a child lives with … Continue reading

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Keeping the Olympic Spirit Alive!

The Olympics might be over but there are definite take-a-ways that are worthwhile repeating.  Here are a few points of interest (P.O.I) worth revisiting. Everyone can benefit from a mentor or coach whether you are a student, parent or both. Each Olympian … Continue reading

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Back to School: Transitioning from Middle to High School

This is an exciting time for children. They are ready to begin their selected courses and are looking forward to new responsibilities and activities. At least, they should be! What if this is not the case? Here are 3 parenting … Continue reading

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Teenagers in Transition

Notice how a sweet child can suddenly turn into an angry teenager. I am talking angry and also mean.  Hold on, there is a reason for this sudden change in personality. Teenagers are in a transitional stage. What that means is … Continue reading

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