For the last couple of years, my family has spent a lot of time focusing on mental health/mental wellness.  As we are getting ready to send our kids back to school from a wonderful summer break, I wanted to...

Back to School Tips

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It’s getting to that time of year where parents are ready to say “TAG, YOU’RE IT” to teachers. As parents, many of us have just finished playing the scavenger hunt of finding the items on the new grade level...
Now that school is over (shhhhh…I already know that supplies are already out in Target, Walmart, and other places - but I refuse to acknowledge that as an elementary school teacher who just finished summer school), you may find...
With the end of summer and the beginning of the new school year, excitement abounds for the start of fall sports. After a year and a half of disruptions to normal sports schedules, it seems that things are starting...
Anyone with kids knows, time flies. So that’s why, for years, I’ve been trying to prepare my daughter (and myself) for 4K. We’ve read books like “All You Need to Know Before You Start School,” bought a fun glittery...
Teacher Appreciation Week falls in the 1st week of May every year and by that point in the school year, Teachers most definitely need a pick me up to get into that home stretch of the school year! We're...
You open your child’s backpack and inside they have reading homework…dun, dun, dun! You just had parent/teacher conferences and your child’s teacher said they should be reading more at home. You get it, but how can you help them...
National Read Across America Day is coming up on Tuesday, March 2, 2021. This day is also known as Dr. Seuss Day because it is Dr. Seuss’s birthday. On this day, people around the country celebrate his birthday by having...
Black History month is such a beautiful opportunity to start the conversation with our children about diversity and the journey of inclusion in our country! What better way to do this than finding an illustrated book shining a light...
Our Martial Arts journey began with a movie. While binging on old-but-great movies with my family, in the year that shall not be named, during the beginnings of a global pandemic, we watched “The Karate Kid” (the original from...

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Nonprofit Spotlight: Family Services

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For more than 120 years, Family Services has been here to Protect, Heal, and Care for people in Northeast Wisconsin. We are a nonprofit human...