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Adrianna Lakatos graduated this past May from Chardon High School. Like her classmates, she had spent her high school days doing the things she loved: drama club, attending football games
Many parents will have to make a decision to allow their children to walk to and from school. There are safety risks in the form of traffic, strangers, bullying and several other factors they can be exposed to along their route, and communication is the number one way to help mitigate any concerns. ...
The years when children attend summer camp intersect with some of the most impressionable years of a person’s life, when social interactions, experiences and lessons often form long-term identities. Choosing
Some camps push the boundaries of kids’ abilities and brain power, challenging and honing their skills and confidence. "X-treme" camps take a specific hobby, activity or aspiration to the next level, becoming an immersive experience that can change kids’ lives. They’re often designed to get campers out of their comfort zones to think outside the box and explore their own physical and mental limits — but in a fun, safe and supervised way. ...
Summer overnight camp is a big step for kids — and their parents. Advanced preparation is key to reducing anxiety and creating a positive, exciting lead-up to the experience for everyone in the family. Here’s a month-by-month primer to prepping for your child's summer camp adventure. ...
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