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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
Bill Harley
Stories at the Table

Jul 28, 2009 - Posted by Bill Harley in Extracurricular Activities, Elementary School

When my kids were in the house, it was a regular part of dinner to go around the table and say one thing about the day. It got us started in conversation, and it didn't stop.  Its where my kids learned about who I was, a... Read more
SchoolFamily
Take a Hike for Summer Learning

Jul 20, 2009 - Posted by SchoolFamily in Kids Reading, Elementary School

Summer is such a great time to spend some low-key time with your kiddies. One of my favorite low-key activities with younger elementary-age kids is a nature walk in the woods. Ask your kids to pick a few of their favorite boo... 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
Tim Sullivan
March of the 8-year-olds

Jun 11, 2007 - Posted by Tim Sullivan in Elementary School

The other night I went to a meeting at my son's school to discuss 3rd grade graduation plans. I was disappointed to learn there wouldn't be a big-name commencement speaker, like Maya Angelou or U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justic... Read more