Tag Archives: COVID-19

Keeping Kids Fed During Coronavirus

By Erik Talkin, author of Lulu and the Hunger Monster Life is getting a lot more basic these days. How do we keep ourselves and our families healthy during the biggest public health challenge since the 1918 influenza pandemic? One … Continue reading

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Helping New Middle Schoolers Make the Big Leap

By Stephanie Filio Change requires transition—between grade levels, habits, jobs—and, though often difficult, ultimately leads us to grow and progress in life. During this COVID-19 pandemic, much of our world is transitioning from a carefree communal life to anxious isolation. … Continue reading

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COVID-19: The Importance of Empathetic Leadership During a Crisis

By Andrew Hawk I hope everyone is staying healthy and safe these days. Last week saw the order for schools in my state, Indiana, to remain closed for the rest of the year. School districts are still responsible for delivering … Continue reading

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Cabin Fever Relievers

By Shannon Anderson, author of  Mindset Power: A Kid’s Guide to Growing Better Every Day Many families are normally so overscheduled that they hardly see each other. Now, they find themselves spending countless hours together. To prevent the spread of … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Connect with Students (and Educators) from Home

By Danielle Schultz Many schools have turned to remote learning due to COVID-19. The following list provides ideas for how you can foster connections with students, whether you are currently at home due to remote learning or just looking for … Continue reading

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