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Happy Kid Inventors’ Day!

By Eric Braun No sooner have you gotten your winter holiday decorations put away when another holiday is right on top of us. This time it’s Kid Inventors’ Day. (Don’t you hate when they play Kid Inventors’ Day Musak at … Continue reading

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Counselor’s Corner: The Meaning of Giving and Ways to Give to Students and Teachers

Give. The word give is a verb that means “to freely transfer the possession of something to someone.” This definition is a simple one for such a complex and powerful concept. There are many things we can give and receive … Continue reading

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Counselor’s Corner: 3 Ways to Spread Warmth and Good Cheer to Your School and Community

The holiday season can be a difficult time for already struggling families. You can spread warmth and good cheer to your school and community by connecting with faith communities and community organizations, partnering with a local thrift or consignment shop, … Continue reading

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