Category Archives: School

Tips for Working Parents to Find the Best Childcare Solution

If you’re getting ready to go back to work after maternity or paternity leave, be prepared for a major adjustment. First and foremost, you may be on the lookout for a safe, enriching childcare option for your little one – … Continue reading

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3 Ways That You Can Volunteer at Your Child’s School

Making time to volunteer at your child’s school is one rewarding way to spend more time with your little guy or gal while supporting their education. In truth, most school administrators are more than happy to allow parents to volunteer … Continue reading

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Parents Can Spend More Time with Kids by Volunteering at School

Whether your child attends elementary school or a local daycare, most organizations are desperately in need of parent volunteers to improve their quality of care and interaction. Even better, when a parent becomes closely involved in a child’s academic development, … Continue reading

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5 Effective Fundraising Ideas for Your Child’s School

The same old, same old school fundraiser can be boring at best. On top of that, both parents and kids may be tired of an overdone fundraiser concept that hardly works to scrape together enough cash to fund school programs. … Continue reading

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How to Cope with Separation Anxiety When Your Child Goes to Preschool

When your child goes to preschool for the first time, it’s likely to be a moment of mixed emotions for you as a parent. You may feel proud of how quickly your child has grown and developed into a full-blown … Continue reading

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Why Are High School Students in the US Reading at a Fifth Grade Level?

Yes, what you’ve read is true. According to a report published by Renaissance Learning, Inc. entitled What Kids Are Reading, the top 40 books read by kids in high school from grades 9 through 12 are at an average reading … Continue reading

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