Summer of 2017 was filled with fun at Northeast Ohio Parent magazine’s free summer event series: Eton Explorers, Crocker Kids, and Fun at First & Main.
Most people are familiar with Advanced Placement
(AP) classes in education, but there’s another academic program that is growing in Northeast Ohio.
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.
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.
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.
The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage will kick off its Stop the Hate Youth Speak Out program with an event on Wednesday. Teachers, parents and students who are interested in the scholarship program are invited to attend the free event, which features an introduction to the program and a special tour.
The first few years of life are a critical time for speech and language development, as children must be able to hear speech clearly in order to learn language. The earlier a hearing loss is identified and treated, the more likely the child will develop speech and language skills on par with normally hearing children. Learn about the different communication methods and approaches available for children with a hearing loss.
The Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank hosted more than 1,800 community members during Operation Orange, the fifth annual 24-hour volunteer event that celebrates Hunger Action Month. With their help, the Foodbank will be able to distribute the equivalent of nearly 200,000 meals.
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