Archive For August 26, 2016

The Disability Rights Movement

Americans with disabilities are a group of approximately 50 million people that today led independent, self-affirming lives and who define themselves according to their person-hood, their ideas, beliefs, hopes and dreams – above and beyond their disability. Since the mid 1900s, people with disabilities have pushed for the recognition of disability as an aspect of…

Parent-Teacher Conference

Parent-Teacher Conference

20 Questions to Ask During a Parent-Teacher Conference Know what to expect from a parent-teacher conference and the best questions to ask the teacher. It’s back-to-school time! That means it’s time for new backpacks, new classmates, new teachers… and parent-teacher conferences. Get the most out of this meeting if you approach it as an opportunity…

Last minute Summer Fun

Last minute Summer Fun

Here are a few Last minute Summer Fun Things to do with your family and friends Thank a Hero ~ Take a tour of your police or fire station. Since most locations don’t have set visiting hours, call ahead to arrange an appointment. Take a tip from the Masters ~ Watching artisans paint, pot, and…

Help your Kids Stay on Track

Help your Kids Stay on Track

101 Back-to-School Tips for Kids and Parents From organization to homework, here are short and quick expert tips to help you and your children start the new school year right. As summer comes to an end, it can be hard to get back into a regular schedule — for both kids and adults. Whether you’re…

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