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Parents, teach me your ways

By Cory Hanson I speak from experience when I tell you that the first few weeks of school for a teacher can be some of the most hectic, stressful times of the year. Between new classrooms, changing schedules, new district initiatives, meetings that could have been emails (I really need to finish setting up my … Continue reading

School functions…where everybody knows your name?

By Cory Hanson School functions: academic, sporting, social…they all present an opportunity for you to engage with your child’s life and connect with your school community. As a parent AND teacher, I understand better than most that time is limited, and that you will not be able to make it to everything (I’m looking at … Continue reading

Embrace the Struggle, Don’t Run From It

By Cory Hanson One day, every child will experience what life is like living on their own, or without parents taking care of them. It can be hard to not be your child’s safety net as they grow. We don’t want to see kids scrape their knees, fail a school project, get their heart broken … Continue reading

Backpack? Check. Pencil? Check. IEP?

By Cory Hanson Back to school deals are in full swing as we all prepare to send our kids off to get ready for their future. For some, this will be the first (take pictures!), for others the last, and for educators, like me, this is another opportunity to inspire and nurture young minds with … Continue reading

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