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This is the time of year when many of us think about pumpkins and hayrides, turkey and gratitude, holiday trees and family fun. But there is a less joyful thought that fills the heads of so many Northeast Florida...
We are frequently asked about education programs and recommendations for childcare, preschools, and schools in the Jacksonville area. We understand that picking a school or childcare center that fits your child’s and your family’s needs can be an overwhelming...
The front office of an elementary school is a challenging, fast-paced, exhausting place to work, but it’s also rewarding in ways I never thought possible. I remember when COVID first started, there was this surge of appreciation for people...
Somehow, I blinked and we are already over a third of the way into another school year. Our school day routines have hopefully taken root, fall sports seasons are in full swing, and the weather is finally starting to...
As a mother of two gifted children, there are a few things I’ve learned and noticed over the years. One of the most obvious being others’ expectations that are placed on them once someone learns of their giftedness. With...
My fantasies in the first month of my 33rd year aren’t about world travel, glamorous living, or fine dining. I’m daydreaming about having my mom come visit and nurse my family back to health. “What would Mom do if she...
My kids have always been close. They are a year and a half apart, and despite being opposites in many ways, they have always loved playing together and shared a special bond. From toddler hugs and giggles to school-aged...
There are multiple times throughout the school year when my children feel pretty blah when it comes to schoolwork. They are uninspired, unmotivated, and just plain over it. The first time I notice it in my household was right at...
The end of the first quarter of this school year is fast approaching. For many students, especially high-performing students, this means scrambling to turn in any missing assignments, checking to ensure their scores have been correctly entered into the...
Growing up, my husband and I went to both public and private schools. I started out in public school for elementary and middle school and moved to private for high school. He was the opposite. He started at private...
After the 2020–2021 school year, how can you help children love to learn again? We all know how hard last school year was, but it’s time for a new chapter and a fresh start. How can you help your...
A few years ago, I stressed over where to send my soon-to-be middle schooler. How would I find the school with the perfect combination of challenging academics without birthing anxiety and stress, a place that fosters independence without throwing...

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