(This is the second blog post on becoming a school volunteer. Click here to see the first in this series.) So you’ve made the decision
(This article is the first in a series of three on becoming a school volunteer.) Let’s face it, with school budgets shrinking and teacher workload
Can you believe it? In only TEN more days, on August 15th, 2011, SFUSD students will start their first day of school. Based on my
San Francisco families of four and five-year olds will be the first to benefit from the district’s new enrollment system. This fall, incoming kindergarten applicants
It’s a good time for Pre-school and Elementary school families to get educated and share feedback on the district’s proposals for middle schools. I’m reposting
Christmas Comes Early for Jean Parker Elementary Students: An Early Gift Last week my daughters came home from kindergarten with an INCREDIBLE bag full of
You are probably already working with a morning routine. I created one last year, when my girls were in Pre-K. This year, though, I’ve asked my daughters to get involved in creating a written Morning Schedule.
I’m re-posting this great article on Board of Education Commisioner Rachel Norton’s blog. It’s entitled “How Kohl’s Cares makes sellouts of us all“. In it Ms.
“Choices…Choices…” Colleges come in all different shapes and sizes. When considering the different choices available, students and families should consider a variety of factors including:
With all of the differing definitions of kindergarden and kindergarten readiness over time, across cultures and communities, and even between teachers and parents, how can families know if their youngsters are ready for their first day of school?