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Experience BIG fun in our Social Skills Summer Camps!

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As the school year ends and summer begins, your children will find themselves in a variety of new social environments–camps, playgrounds, beaches and family or friends' houses, to name a few. ... Read full article

Weeknight Chicken Chili

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On the Plate.... Read full article

Homemade Cereal Bars

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For a quick after-school snack, try these Homemade Cereal Bars. These cereal bars provide your kiddos with essential nutrients, and they can be perfectly paired with a glass of milk.... 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



Can you be Cool in a Minivan?

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To my shock and dismay, Suburbans did not have four latch systems. Apparently, there are very few families looking to safely buckle a two-year-old and three newborns. Thus I began my journey into the minivan world.... Read full article

Bright Louisiana Beginnings

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IDEA Public Schools opened its doors in Southern Louisiana to 900 students in grades K-3 and 6, all of whom began their journey on the road to success in college and in life. ... Read full article

Pepperoni Pizza Pasta Salad

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Bring this pasta salad to your next get together. This party-ready recipe is packed full of fresh veggies, cheese, and pepperoni.... Read full article

Spaghetti Pizza

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This festive appetizer makes for the perfect holiday party snack. Made with Pillsbury biscuits, this delicious dish is loaded with Cheddar, mozzarella and Colby-Monterey Jack cheeses.... Read full article

Who Needs a Hot Meal?

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I go to take a bite of my food.  Just as the fork reaches my lips, my children ask, “What is for dessert?” They’ve finished their meal, and I’ve hardly had a chance to eat. It is lukewarm at this point which is how I’ve learned to eat my food.... Read full article

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