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Join the Gym So You Can Take a Nap!

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So, Laura,... put on work-out clothes, and headed to the gym for free child care with paid membership. She dropped her three kiddos off at the nursery and walked straight out the door to her minivan where she had brought a pillow and blanket. ... Read full article

ABCs of Public Schools

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A handy guide to deciphering acronyms.... Read full article

Parent vs. Teacher: Solving Conflicts in the Classroom

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Parent-Teacher Conferences aren't always a walk in the park. Make sure you know all of the facts before taking action.... Read full article

The Eagle Has Landed Wins Big

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The Louisiana Chapter of the Journalism Education Association announced the winners of the 2019 JEA/Tom Bell Silver Scribe Yearbook Awards at the Fall 2019 JEA/Loyola High School Media Day Conference held at Loyola University on September 26.  The 20... Read full article

Stay Active: Building Confidence After School

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Learning a sport, game, musical instrument, drama, or other skill is its own reward. But participating in after-school activities can provide many additional benefits to kids, too.... Read full article



This School Year I Want To...

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31 school goals for the family.... Read full article

Embracing the Scars

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Meet this Exceptional Life.... Read full article

CNQR the Darkness: The Kevin Hines Story

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He climbed over the railing of the Golden Gate Bridge and plunged to what he thought would be his death. He says he regretted his choice immediately. Plummeting 25 stories in four seconds, Kevin slammed into the San Francisco Bay, but survived.... Read full article

Co-Parent with Class: Advice for a Successful School Year

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Advice for a successful school year while dealing with co-parenting.... Read full article

Vehicular Heat Stroke Awareness

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It is a heartbreaking headline that we see each and every summer…”Infant dies after being left in car.” On average, 37 children die each year in the US as a result of being left in a hot vehicle, and in 2018, a record 52 children died from heat-relat... Read full article

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