Student And Parent Resources

Helping Your Child with Homework

It’s a pretty classic part of parenting to help your child with their homework! They come home from school and just don’t quite understand a math equation, or are struggling with writing a paper, and just need a little help to get on their way. Some of the most memorable...
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Helping with Recovery from Childhood Trauma

Every parent’s worst nightmare is that something harmful will happen to their child. For many adoptive and foster parents, recovery is an everyday battle from the moment they receive their child, but no child is exempt from these struggles. The American Psychological Association estimates that two thirds of children will...
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Encouraging Your Child to Encourage Others

Childhood is full of learning new things, from start to finish. From their very first independent steps or words, to riding a bike, to reading, and far beyond, children are constantly learning new things. One of the most important ways to make sure your child is always ready to try...
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Helping Your Kids Stay Healthy At School

The school year has come again, and while it is exciting for parents to see their children get back to learning, it comes with one big risk: germs. With that, many children in a single building for so many hours, it seems like every child is bound to get sick...
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Helping Your Family Adjust To School

The summer is drawing to a close, and the school year is almost here! Back to school is an exciting time for the whole family with new school supplies, the chance to make new friends, and meeting new teachers for the next grade. One of the more difficult things about...
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Preparing Your Child for Back to School

Although it feels like summer will never end, each year it inevitably does. School supply ads come in the paper and play on the radio, orientation may happen for a new grade or school, and summer activities draw to a close. While this can be an exciting time for parents,...
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An Intro to Asperger Syndrome

Many years ago, the term autism was introduced to the general public, and many stereotypes were formed about people with this label. People were unsure about what caused autism, and how to interact with those who had been diagnosed. As knowledge about autism grew, sub-categories were developed to help identify...
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Only One God — The Idols of the Modern World

Exodus 20:3 says, “You shall have no other gods before me.” This is the very first of the Ten Commandments, and it seems pretty straightforward, right? In the modern world, I am not regularly pushed serve other gods like I read about happening in the Old Testament. There are no golden...
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