Stress and Anxiety

Stress and Anxiety

Let’s be honest, school can be stressful. For many students there is a pivotal moment when the work goes from…

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Love Does In Fact Do

Love Does In Fact Do

During a recent meeting with a vendor-turned friend (that’s what happens when you work toward common goals with like-minded people),…

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Picking a Preschool: How to Find One That Suits Your Child’s Needs

Picking a Preschool: How to Find One That Suits Your Child’s Needs

Shortly after your child is born and you begin to regain some precious sleep, you realize that a mountain of…

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Headmaster’s Blog – Thoughts from the Head

Headmaster’s Blog – Thoughts from the Head

What can parents do to encourage school readiness in their children?   Just this week, my family returned from a…

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Appropriate Technology For Early Grades

Appropriate Technology For Early Grades

Today's technology has created a very different learning environment than when most of us were young. Instead of hoping for…

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5 Fun (and Educational) Ways to Spend Summer Vacation

5 Fun (and Educational) Ways to Spend Summer Vacation

Once the calendar flips, both students and parents look forward to warmer weather, sunny days, and the lack of school-based…

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How Free Play Influences Critical Thinking Skills

How Free Play Influences Critical Thinking Skills

How Free Play Influences Critical Thinking Skills For kids across the country, the pinnacle of playtime is about to be…

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Cultivating Strivership-Empowering Children

Cultivating Strivership-Empowering Children

Cultivating Strivership: Empowering Children to Strive Together Our work with Jeff Moore, Leadership Consultant and creator of the Striver Quotient…

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One-to-One Technology and the Differentiated Classroom

One-to-One Technology and the Differentiated Classroom

One-to-One Technology and the Differentiated Classroom Student engagement has become a hot topic in education and academic circles. We know…

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