Preparing Your Child For School

It’s that time of year when the days are full of sunshine, sticky fingers from cold treats, splash pads, camping trips, and later bedtimes. For a lot of us, it’s an extremely busy time of year and, because time goes by so much faster when you’re having fun, it goes by...

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Whimsical Summer Reads

Everybody has heard of the frightening research that supports how students are at risk of losing anywhere from 20%-50% of their skills learned during a school year while on summer break. “It is widely understood that on average students lose academic ground during the...

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Meet Our Teachers: Ms. Virginia

Virginia loves teaching children how to find their love for reading. She graduated with a Bachelors in Elementary Education from Michigan State University. She has taught first grade, second grade, reading recovery, and is now currently an elementary...

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Meet Our Teachers: Ms. Karla

Ms. Karla is currently an English Language teacher who has worked in the Baltimore Public County School system for 27 years. In the past, Ms. Jackson attended Penn State University, where she earned a Bachelor's degree in English. In addition, she went on...

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Reading And Responding to Report Cards

The day the report card comes home can bring a mix of emotions for everyone, with a range of everything from celebration and pride, to stress and disappointment. Unfortunately, there can also be a lot of misunderstanding about what exactly the report card is saying....

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Screen-Time: We Give a Hoot

Screen-Time. It’s one of the most hotly debated topics in early childhood. How much time is too much? At what age is it ok? How do I make decisions about what my child can and can’t play. I actually don’t like the term “screen-time”. It implies that the most important...

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