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Do you Know What Your Kids are Doing Online?

May 13, 2010 - Posted by SchoolFamily in Middle School, Internet Safety, High School

Cyber bullying and internet safety. It's all over the news these days. As parents, what’s sometimes scary in the big internet world is the feeling of: “I don't know what I don't know”. Case in point, I just ... Read more
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How to Get Off a College's Wait-List

Apr 13, 2010 - Posted by SchoolFamily in High School, College

This guest blog is from Paul Hemphill, a private college admissions coach and financial aid specialist. He has created six DVDs and written two books about strategies that make students stand out in the college applicati... Read more
SchoolFamily
Neat Video Competition Focused on Online Safety

Mar 23, 2010 - Posted by SchoolFamily in Middle School, Kids Learning, Internet Safety, High School

Just wanted to give you a heads up to a neat contest that one of our partners, Trend Micro, is running. Their “What’s Your Story” contest invites anyone age 13 and up to grab a camcorder and talk about... Read more
SchoolFamily
6 Critical Facts To Consider Before Applying to College

Mar 17, 2010 - Posted by SchoolFamily in High School, College

This guest blog is from Paul Hemphill, a private college admissions coach and financial aid specialist.He has created six DVDs and written two books about strategies that make students stand out in the college application pro... Read more
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Preparing for College Applications – As Early as Middle School and Younger

Mar 03, 2010 - Posted by SchoolFamily in Parent Involvement, Kids Learning, High School, Extracurricular Activities

Pleased to introduce a guest blogger this week: Janis Daly. Janis is our director of sponsorship sales, and mom to 2 teen boys. Her oldest is nearing the end of his college admissions process. Janis has some insight, tha... Read more
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Swine Flu and Your School

Aug 27, 2009 - Posted by SchoolFamily in PTOs and PTAs, Middle School, High School, Health and Fitness, Elementary School, Back to School

You can't pick up a paper or turn on the TV or radio without reading or hearing a mention about Swine Flu. Are you still wondering how parents and schools should respond to the H1N1 virus? Wanted to let you know that we just ... Read more
Tim Sullivan
New research on middle school parent involvement

Aug 24, 2009 - Posted by Tim Sullivan in Tim Sullivan, SchoolFamily.com, School Volunteers, Parent Involvement, Middle School, Homework, High School, Helicopter Parents, Back to School

I found this middle school involvement piece from the Wall Street Journal.  No surprise, as Sue Shellenbarger's stuff is typically excellent on all kinds of parenting and school-family issues.The upshot on this piec... Read more
Tim Sullivan
Swine Flu , Parents, and Schools

Aug 06, 2009 - Posted by Tim Sullivan in Tim Sullivan, PTOs and PTAs, Middle School, High School, Health and Fitness, Elementary School, Back to School

 I’m sensing that schools are going to be the first line of defense this fall and winter when it comes to the Swine Flu and getting our kids vaccinated.  This AP article on parents’ views of school and t... Read more
Tim Sullivan
Virtual Summer School - Something to Think About!

Jul 08, 2009 - Posted by Tim Sullivan in Middle School, High School

What student doesn't feel that summer vacation is at least a month too short? Factor in summer school, and your summer vacation suddenly becomes less carefree (for both parent and child)! Enter virtual summer school! Here's a... Read more
Tim Sullivan
Graduations Gone Wild

Jun 29, 2007 - Posted by Tim Sullivan in Middle School, Kids Learning, High School, Elementary School

In a thought-provoking Newsweek column, Rabbi Marc Gellman weighs the pros and cons of child graduations.Pros: Graduations celebrate learning and provide motivation to pursue goals. Most important, they show kids that they ha... Read more