Faith

As children grow, they have many questions… about the world, their own identities, powers greater than themselves, and their relationship with God. What do you want your child to believe?

Focus

Individual attention, and the discipline and order that keep children safe, help children focus on what matters. What do you want your child to focus on?

Achievement

Focusing on test scores has changed the way many schools teach students these days. In the Catholic schools, we take tests seriously, but we know they are only one measure of success. What do you want your child to learn?

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Less Conflict, More Cooperation

Friday, April 11, 2014

Many parents are looking for less conflict and more cooperation with their children. It is amazing how different our daily interactions can be when we use effective communication. Here are some tips on ways to encourage cooperation when giving directions:

Balancing Act

Friday, March 21, 2014

The Easter season is upon us, and amid the fashionable pastels comes another hallmark of spring—practices, games, and rehearsals. Baseball, track, and soccer seasons overlap with spring musicals and concerts. Add in a first communion, confirmation, and graduation, and you’re likely to have at least one day where your daughter is changing out of her frilly dress in the church bathroom and scrambling into her cleats and uniform.

Social Media: Why Parents Need to Look

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat. This is the 21st century form of communication. Social media is the wave of the future. All we see are kids with their phones in their hands and thumbs flying over keyboards.  Don’t get me wrong, social media does have it’s benefits. Social media allows family to stay in touch.  It also allows people with similar interests to share information and learn from each other.  Social media is also a great form of entertainment by allowing people to play games, share videos and music.

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