Monthly Archives: March 2015

To High School Seniors: Make the right decision about college

As the brisk wind crossed my face and tennis balls were flying, I get to spend a lot of informal time building relationships with students and parents through coaching. I’ll admit, tennis is by no means by best sport. However, when … Continue reading

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Cross Curriculum Writing Success

“Your school was by far the most represented this year in our essay contest and the quality entries sent in were amazing,” was the message shared with me from my social studies colleague after learning one of our students earned … Continue reading

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Blowing bubbles and making magic

Words were simply not coming out … clearly that is of course … for the longest time for my young daughter. She was making obscure noises, but nothing vaguely clear and I was a concerned parent. There were other children … Continue reading

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