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Category Archives: School
Deb Sullivan outlines some of the back-to-school resources available for kids and teens at York County Libraries and online at yorklibraries.org.
Some schools are branching out when it comes to fundraisers.
When’s the right time to start preparing for back to school?
Parents shared their thoughts on standardized tests in a Cram Session blog entry.
Being a homeschooling parent doesn’t just mean facilitating your kids’ learning. Especially for unschoolers, the advice often says to look at your own life. What are YOU learning? Are you interested – and interesting? Joan Concilio Otto talks about being a love-to-learn role model.
Dallastown resident Eric Thiegs aims to create Writing Race, a mobile writing app that would allow two friends to collaborate on writing a story, just a few words at a time.
Don’t miss these holiday-themed Smart posts from the week of Nov. 26, 2012.
Unschooling mom and online editor Joan Concilio Otto shares a roundup of some of the activities she and her 12-year-old daughter, Sarah, kept busy with during Hurricane Sandy.
When it looked like cost-saving ideas might include fewer theater performances in the Hanover Public School District, parents joined forces to try to help.
The Concilio/Otto family took a three-day trip to Assateague, Md., and Chincoteague, Va. It’s a great trip from York with many amazing science and nature sites that are well worth exploring.