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  • Family Guide to Emergency Preparedness
    Family Guide to Emergency Preparedness

    A few weeks ago we published a guide to hurricane preparedness in anticipation of the summer storms and some of our readers asked if we could also provide one for other emergency situations. Having a plan in place for emergency situations will mean your ...

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  • Reducing Stress for Adult Students
    Reducing Stress for Adult Students

    Thinking of going back to school but worried that you won’t have the time? We understand that families, jobs and time pressures make adult education a daunting task. That’s why our adult tutors help you to prioritize, organize and manage your time so that ...

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  • Super Summer Holiday Activities
    Super Summer Holiday Activities

    “I’m bored!” Does this sound familiar? The summer starts feeling really long when you have bored children at home. That’s why we’ve whipped up a list of activities for you to enjoy that are educational, cheap and help to get your kids out of the house and ...

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  • Understanding the Role of School Counselors
    Understanding the Role of School Counselors

    School counselors are an integral part of the school system and they are there to help bridge the gap between parents, students, teachers and administrators. They hold an absolutely essential position in each school that is all too often taken for granted ...

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  • Is your Child Ready for Elementary School?
    Is your Child Ready for Elementary School?

    Even if your child is old enough by the cut-off date for your elementary school’s enrollment, it’s more important to focus on their physical, social, and cognitive development to see if they are ready to start school. Parents understand that putting their ...

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