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Summer Reading to Save Your Sanity: 4th-6th Grade

By fourth grade, your child should be starting to read on their own, which means it becomes all the more important for them to fall in love with what&...
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Summer Reading to Save Your Sanity: 2nd-3rd Grade

Did you know that reading at grade-level in third grade is actually a crucial milestone?  It's in third grade that students transition from readi...
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Summer Reading to Save Your Sanity: K-First Grade

Having your child read over the summer will not only save your sanity, but it is also a fantastic way to help them retain their reading skills from on...
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7 Things to Consider When Choosing a School for Your Child

​ Parents tend to agonize over where to send their kids for the precious hours that they are away from home. With so many options out there, it's hard...
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What is Project-Based Learning?

Would you rather read about a science experiment or resolve the hypothesis yourself? Even better, wouldn't you like to create a hypothesis that helps&...
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Be Dramatic, Why Don't You?

​ Tri-City's High School students read a new play each year in their English classes. Even freshmen are expected dig their way through Shakespeare's R...
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How Do We Heal a Hurting World?

  The world is broken. As believers, we know that there is only one thing can heal the hearts of those in the depths of despair. On March 14, 201...
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Serving the Community and Building a Future

When I was 13 years old, my mom told me that we would serve at a local food kitchen on Thanksgiving Day rather than our normal big Thanksgiving meal. ...
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Youth Missions: Worth the Trip

Any parent or teacher who has ever stepped foot on a preschool playground or classroom will tell you the same: we are born selfish. In our sin nature,...
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Is Siri Teaching Your Child Bad Manners?

Have you ever considered the tone or manner in which you speak to Siri, Alexa, or your dictation function? How about your eye contact or countenance w...
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Are You Ready for Adventure?

There is something uniquely appealing about the scent of airports: it is something between Cinnabon, disinfectant,and duty-free perfume. That scent, a...
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Have You Already Broken Your New Year's Resolutions?

  The start of the year is a fresh start in the gradebook. If the first semester grades were a little less than impressive, there are a few diffe...
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7 Steps to Ace Your Finals

We all thought we had more time, and yet, final exams are here! Although it seems like an insurmountable amount of studying; in fact, you've been prep...
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Strong Arts: Stronger Schools

  One day your child's boss will demand high standards: analytical thinking, creative problem solving, practice, discipline, teamwork and follow ...
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Are God and Science Mutually Exclusive?

Are science and faith so opposing that they cannot co-exist? And if not, how can we prepare our students to understand this? ​Studies show that approx...
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Are AP Courses Worth the Extra Effort?

  Advanced Placement (AP) courses are more demanding and intense than honors or standard high school classes, but are they worth all of that effo...
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You Shouldn't Learn an Instrument: You Should Learn Two.

I did not particularly enjoy high school and college. It took eight years to complete college, and I went to six different schools. Instruments and mu...
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You Failed: Now What?

  "The only real mistake is the one from which we learn nothing." - Henry Ford Ask any parent today what they want most for their child, and succ...
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3 Ways that the PSATs Pay Off

PSATs are looming in the near future, and it's sometimes hard to remember why kids need yet another test. Students spend tons of time and resources st...
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Girls in the Weight Room?

When you think of a high school weight training class, you probably envision a bunch of smelly, sweaty boys with cut-off T-shirts, picking up barbells...
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