Back to school season is in full swing. It can be kind of hard to get kids back into the hang of things. They are going from three months of carefree summer days to back into a schedule. It can be hard to just turn that switch on. I know it is hard for me. So I know it can be hard for my kids as well. So they have to be allowed to adjust. But even when they get into the swing of things they need time to wind down when they get home. When I was a :: Keep Reading ::
Six Ways To Find Scholarship Opportunities For Your Senior
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She Dissected A What……..
As my kids get higher up in grades I am beginning to realize how different my education was than theirs. We live in the same school system that I grew up in but they are in a different school. I actually wish they were in the area that I went to. Then I don't think our experiences would be much different than mine. My nephew actually goes to the same school that I went to and he has had similar experience to me. I didn't realize how different :: Keep Reading ::
High School: Beyond The Grades
Nishe' started high school last year. So now conversations in the house have changed to what she wants to do after high school and how we are going to get her there. Now she has great grades and now we are venturing into AP classes. We are also having the conversation about how extracurricular activities are almost a requirement to get into a good college. We are trying to find the right extracurricular activity for her. One that she is :: Keep Reading ::