2017 Editions

2017 Editions

DeBunking the Myths of Epilepsy

In today’s society, control is an important factor in our everyday lives. As parents, we try to plan our days for our kids so we can take advantage of every minute in a positive way. We want to know what will be happening, when events will be taking place, who will be there, and how things will go. Yet, when a child develops epilepsy, seizures can happen at any time and any place, and immediately take away that control. read more

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Pack healthy school lunches for kids

Ideas for Creating Fun School Lunches

By letting your kids play a role in planning and packing their lunches, while tossing in a variety of appealing, fun options, you can make sure your students are set up for success. read more

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To All my Friends who had Kids Before me: I’m Sorry

We had been friends since college/high school/church camp, then you had a child. I told you “call me if you need anything.” However, you were busy keeping a tiny person alive, and I never thought to call you. read more

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Schools in Cleveland, Ohio, that offer the international baccalaureate program

Global Learning: Schools Providing a Worldwide Perspective Through IB Program

Most people are familiar with Advanced Placement (AP) classes in education, but there’s another academic program that is growing in Northeast Ohio. read more

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Cleveland Clinic Children's offers advice for building a kid's self-esteem

Don’t Raise a Sore Loser: 6 Ways to Help your Child Handle Disappointment after Losing

It’s bound to happen. If your child plays a competitive sport or game, he or she will lose sometimes. And, as a parent, it’s your job to help your child learn how to handle these disappointments. read more

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Ideas for locker organizers

Tips to Keep Your Child’s School Locker Organized

Lockers. Parents and teachers have a love/hate relationship with them. On one hand, your child needs them to store books and papers, however, those books and papers often can get lost in the bottomless void that a locker can become. Making sure they get home to you can be tough. So we went straight to the experts — moms and teachers — and asked them for tips and tricks to keeping a locker organized. read more

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Alex's Lemonade Stand raises money for a cure for childhood cancer.

Local Organizations Support Families and Children Battling Life-Threatening Illnesses

Illness is never part of any family’s plans, but many families navigate deadly illnesses with determination, fortitude, and some help from support organizations. In Northeast Ohio, we have strong support from our mainstays at Akron Children’s Hospital, Cleveland Clinic Children’s, and University Hospitals Childhood Cancer Care. In addition to these flagship operations, the region boasts some organizations that take support to the next level. read more

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Ohio Third Grade Reading Guarantee

Must-Know Facts About Ohio’s Third Grade Reading Guarantee

Parents with elementary-age children who haven’t taken the Third Grade Reading Guarantee might be wondering if their kids will be ready for the state mandated test. While school districts begin preparing students in kindergarten, here are some things to know and do before your child reaches third grade. read more

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