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Detecting Dyslexia

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Not being able to read stinks, just ask any of the up to 1 in 5 students who live with dyslexia. Lizzy D., a local student with dyslexia, remembers asking her mom, “Why am I not as smart as my classmates?” Dyslexia has nothing to do with being smart.... Read full article

Daytona Beach, Florida

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There are several reasons why Daytona Beach is called the “World’s Most Famous Beach.” Aside from the bright blue waters and the white, sandy shores, Daytona Beach has endless entertainment for the whole family. You can dance to some live music, spen... Read full article

Teach Them

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Have you sat with your children, mainly the ones getting older, and talked about what is right and wrong and what you believe? Or, are you letting someone else do it? In an age where everything is “ok” and “it’s a free country,” I think we need ... Read full article

Dunham Introduces New Two-Year-Old Program

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Great things come from small beginnings! Learning and developing through play and hands-on exploration are the hallmarks of The Dunham School’s new program for two year olds. Inspired by Reggio Emilia, the program’s curriculum will include developmen... Read full article

Switching to Private School: Why Parents Are Turning to Private Schooling

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1. PANDEMIC Much of the blame can fall on COVID-19. Parents have been searching for safer ways to educate their children without sacrificing the quality of the education or their child’s opportunities ever since the start of the pandemic.... Read full article



Monmouth Historic Inn & Gardens

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Along the Mississippi River is this charming city renowned for its southern scenery, rich culture, and antebellum mansions. The history of Natchez dates back to its establishment as a French fort site in 1716 and is known as the birthplace of Mississ... Read full article

Back to Normal

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All it took was for my kids to reach the age of four and be in school for me to learn what summer was again.... Read full article

Getting Started with Mindfulness for Kids

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You will notice the awareness you are teaching in these structured moments is carrying over into your child’s everyday life. The ability to slow down and be more aware will help them navigate relationships, school, and tough emotions more effectively... Read full article

What’s Your Child’s Learning Style?

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Does your child love reading and writing? Do they have a knack for music? When they tell a story, do they tend to use their whole body to describe what happened? Are they drawn to groups, or do they prefer to work alone? These traits can give a clue ... Read full article

We are Not a Traveling Circus

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Ok, I hope I don’t offend a lot of grandparents, and great grandparents here, but let me be the one to say openly for all parents:... Read full article

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