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Spring Fun for Toddlers and Preschoolers May 16-21

Looking for something to do with your toddler or preschooler? Learn about spring wildflowers in an evening event, take a StoryWalk, attend an adapted storytime, have fun with finger paints and more! ...
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‘Chagall for Children’ at Maltz Museum

The children’s exhibition is specifically designed to engage ages 2 – 12 and features 14 multi-sensory exploration stations. A kick-off event will be held on Sunday, May 15 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for families to explore the exhibit. attend live performances and more. ...
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4 Ways To Get More Involved In Your Kid’s Education: Examples From Around The World

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As a parent, you want to help your child put their best foot forward in life. That’s arguably why we strive to give our kids the best education

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Teacher Appreciation Week: 20 Ways to Thank Your Teachers

There’s no doubt teachers hold a special place in most parents’ hearts. After all, they’re the ones getting to know our kids — and teaching children what they need to know in order to succeed. How can we let teachers know how much they mean to our kids and families? When it comes to thanking teachers, small meaningful gestures can mean the most. ...
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Cap and Gown Celebrations: Graduating from the Pandemic

Graduation is a time to celebrate one’s achievement — from preschool graduation to college commencement. For many, school and graduation plans have looked different due to COVID over the past few years. Now families are hoping to make their loved one’s big day extra special. ...
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How to Get Your Kids Ready for the Workforce

How to Get Your Kids Ready for the Workforce

When you are a parent with kids who have left college, it is natural to worry about them entering the ‘real

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2022 Independent School Open Houses

Open house events are ideal for parents and students to ask questions, meet faculty and see if a particular school is the right fit. Private and other schools all across Northeast Ohio offer families many opportunities to visit their campuses. ...
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‘Budding to Blossoming’ Student Art Exhibit Opens at Beck Center for the Arts

Beck Center for the Arts has a new visual arts exhibition "Budding to Blossoming" which provides an opportunity for students to display their submitted pieces of artwork for public viewing and allow it to be purchased. This year's event features 42 students and 95 works. ...
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Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage’s “Stop the Hate” Award Winners

The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage announced the 2022 student and school winners of its 14th Annual" Stop the Hate Youth Speak Out & Youth Sing Out" Contest, which recognizes Northeast Ohio middle and high school students who write individual essays and classroom songs to stand up and speak out against bias and bigotry. ...
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Learning Loss: Help Kids Play Catch-Up With Summer Tutors

When the COVID-19 pandemic shut down schools and sent children home to learn virtually, students and teachers had to learn differently. For some kids who didn't adjust to hybrid or online schooling, they might have fell behind in learning. To play catch-up, parents might consider tutoring for students who are still struggling. ...
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