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SchoolFamily.com Introduces Our Newly Redesigned Site!

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Dear readers:


We’re proud to introduce our newly redesigned pages on SchoolFamily.com!


We’ve streamlined our content and made the site even easier to navigate, all while keeping the core school-based content that parents have come to expect from SchoolFamily.com.


Over the course of the next two weeks we'll be moving more pages into the new design and fine-tuning the site, so please bear with us while we’re under construction.  


Here are some of the changes we’ve made:


  • Our popular and comprehensive Grade Level section is now available in a menu, located on the left side of each webpage.



  • Our Printables section is also now shown in the left side menu on each page. On the right side, we have a timely poll where you can weigh in on the topic of the day, as well as areas for reading our Top Rated and Most Popular content. The Find and Rate Your School section remains on the right side of each page as well. 


  • At the bottom of each page, our new Popular Topics section replaces Shortcuts; peruse this section as a sitemap to quickly find the content you’re looking for.


With any growth—such as that of a child in school—there are occasional stumbles along the way, and our redesigned pages will likely be no exception. Please bear with us while more and more of our site is updated and we work out any hiccups along the way.


In the meantime, please let us know what you think of the redesigned pages! Email me directly at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or share your thoughts in our Comments section, located at the end of each article. 


Happy reading,



Carol Brooks Ball

Editor, SchoolFamily.com

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