Parent’s Corner


BACK TO SCHOOL: Important Strategies to Make a Positive Relationship with Your Child’s Teacher Parent's Corner

Smart Ways to Make a Positive Relationship with Your Child’s Teacher I think it’s safe to say that the jitters and anxiety associated with a new school year doesn’t just pertain to our kids. Every teacher has their unique way of running things and, as parents, we have to learn their rules and organization methods almost as thoroughly as our children do if we want to...

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Online Safety Tips for the Whole Family Parent's Corner

Online Safety Tips for the Whole Family By Alyssa Craig As a parent, there are four main concerns as your family goes online or takes part in social media: online predators, cyberbullying, giving out too much personal information, and stumbling upon inappropriate material. In order to keep yourself and your family safe in a world when strangers can reach out to us right in our...

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ANXIETY & BEHAVIOR: How to know if your child has Stress or Anxiety Parent's Corner

Is it Stress or Anxiety? Your child seems to have many fears, is anxious and overwhelmed at home, in large crowds, in school, around other children, or in unfamiliar surroundings. Is it anxiety or is it every day stress? Anxiety and stress come in many different shapes and sizes. However, anxiety can be caused by a mental illness or an anxiety disorder.  How do we...

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15 Summer Chores for Everyday Kids Parent's Corner

Summer Chores for Kids Author: Alyssa Craig For those children who are on break during the school year, summer can quickly become monotonous as they struggle to find ways to fill their agenda. Luckily for you, there are great ways you can put the kids to work that will them fill their time in a meaningful way and help them learn some great skills, including...

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27 Summer Activities to Keep Your Child’s Mind Active Parent's Corner

27 Summer Activities to Keep Your Child’s Mind Active Summer is upon us! School is ending (or has ended). Do our children need to stop learning, let the brains completely rest, shut down even, during the summer? Do they need to sit and do homework every day to be sure their brains don’t rot before the new school year? The answer to both questions is,...

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How to Make Your Parent Teacher Conference More Effective Parent's Corner

How to Make Your Parent Teacher Conference More Effective With the holidays quickly approaching, we are all easily distracted with family gatherings and preparations for our kids’ events. And, just to make life harder and to complicate things further, parent teacher conferences are on the horizon. With all the events coming up, it’s easy to brush that meeting under the rug and dust it off the...

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