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Now that she is grown with a child of her own, Cathy Hirko says she is glad she and her dad now take the time to talk about his life-history.
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.
Martin Library in downtown York, Pa., revealed its new “Learn, Play, Grow @ Martin” play space, geared toward kids 1 to 5 years old, on Jan. 20, 2013.
A new feature on the Cram Session blog will ask parents for their opinions on various education topics.
Smart magazine embraces fall with hearty recipes, autumn fashions and tips to keep your smile stain-free — no matter how many pumpkin spice lattes you drink.
Buffy Andrews reminds us that words are powerful and should be wielded with care.
Back when I was a fresh-faced, 20-something, I decided to enter the world of coaching. I played basketball for three years at Susquehannock, and when I saw my alma mater had an opening for a 7th and 8th grade girls’ … Continue reading