Category Archives: Kids and Parents

Top 15 Children's Books for 2015 by A. Noelle

Top 15 Children’s Books for 2015

These stories are sure to delight your little readers at bedtime this year! By A. Noelle 1. Please, Mr. Panda by Steve Antony (Ages 3 – 5) Mr. Panda politely asks the animals he meets if they would like a doughnut. The penguin,

Top 15 Children's Books for 2015 by A. Noelle

Top 15 Children’s Books for 2015

These stories are sure to delight your little readers at bedtime this year! By A. Noelle 1. Please, Mr. Panda by Steve Antony (Ages 3 – 5) Mr. Panda politely asks the animals he meets if they would like a doughnut. The penguin,

Let Optimism Rule in 2015! by Cindy McKay, USEP-OHIO

Let Optimism Rule in 2015!

Editor’s Note: This post was published back in 2012, but we thought the message on optimism and perseverance was so important that we decided to republish it for the new year. Believe in the power of optimism! Happy New Year,

Let Optimism Rule in 2015! by Cindy McKay, USEP-OHIO

Let Optimism Rule in 2015!

Editor’s Note: This post was published back in 2012, but we thought the message on optimism and perseverance was so important that we decided to republish it for the new year. Believe in the power of optimism! Happy New Year,

Resetting Fall Routines: 5 Ideas for Parents

Resetting Fall Routines: 5 Ideas for Parents

The changing of the seasons means a change in routine for most families. Earlier bedtimes and jam-packed daily schedules replace the carefree attitude of summer, which can mean more stress for parents. Here are a few ideas to help you enjoy a happier autumn season with the kids.

Resetting Fall Routines: 5 Ideas for Parents

Resetting Fall Routines: 5 Ideas for Parents

The changing of the seasons means a change in routine for most families. Earlier bedtimes and jam-packed daily schedules replace the carefree attitude of summer, which can mean more stress for parents. Here are a few ideas to help you enjoy a happier autumn season with the kids.

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How Can You Help Prevent Bullying On and Off Campus?

It seems like every day there is a story in the news about bullying with horrific consequences, including several recent suicides of students who had been victims of bullying. Every day, it is estimated that more than 160,000 students skip school because they fear being bullied. Whether you’re a teacher, a parent, or a concerned community member, you may be asking yourself what you can do to stop this problem.

Chelsea Volunteers Foundation

How Can You Help Prevent Bullying On and Off Campus?

It seems like every day there is a story in the news about bullying with horrific consequences, including several recent suicides of students who had been victims of bullying. Every day, it is estimated that more than 160,000 students skip school because they fear being bullied. Whether you’re a teacher, a parent, or a concerned community member, you may be asking yourself what you can do to stop this problem.