Has your child(ren) moved up to the next grade moving them from elementary school to middle school? Maybe middle school to high school? Not quite sure how to change this information for your student(s) account? Follow this easy step-by-step guide to assist you in getting this information correctly adjusted! If you still experience any issues, […]
It’s the month of showing your Thanks!
Veteran’s Day – November 11, 2022 Veteran’s Day is a day that we honor those men and women who have served our country, the sacrifices they have endured, and for their fight for our freedom and rights. November 11th was classified an official National Holiday back in 1938, and in 1954 the name of the […]
Werewolves Howl, Phantom’s Prowl, Spooky Season is Upon Us Now!
Are you as excited as I am for Halloween! Lots of fun things you can do and create during the spooky season. You can get together with friends and go tick-or-treating, or like in my area some trunk-or-treating. Make neat costumes, fun makeup, and have fun getting to be someone else for a night. Even […]
Fall is Here and is BEAUTIFUL!
Most people enjoy the Fall weather! It is cool and breezy. Leaves begin to change colors and fall, making for great piles to jump in. Sitting out by a bonfire, roasting marshmallows and creating smore’s seems to be a weekend ritual. Plus we all know once Fall hits, the feast of delicious and yummy food […]
Conversations with a New Language!
“Sign Languages Unite Us!” Do you know how you can speak without talking? Sign Language is an amazing tool that you can learn to communicate with others who are not able to or have difficulty speaking with their words! It is a great ability to know that even though someone, or yourself, cannot speak with […]
Hard to Handle, Harder to Talk about…
“No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.” – Eleanor Roosevelt. “Bullying is a distinctive pattern of repeatedly and deliberately harming and humiliating others, specifically those who are smaller, weaker, younger or in any way more vulnerable than the bully. The deliberate targeting of those of lesser power is what distinguishes bullying from garden-variety aggression. […]
P4SS Payment Schedule
Another summer gone, another school year has arrived! Some people are already counting down the days till summer arrives again, which means they get to sleep in! With another year underway, school dues will be needing paid. Keep track of the payment dates with the updated 2022 – 2023 Payment Schedule. All funds are released […]
Household and Workplace Organization
Here are 10 ways you can help your home or office space become more organized! Break up your tasks into smaller tid-bits to do at a time Make checklists and/or To-Do Lists Set Calendar and Time Management Establish a Daily Routine Find suitable organizers that fit your home and space Maybe color code! Have fun […]
Socially Distant Activities – Pandemic Style
As with everything in life, social distancing comes with both pros and cons, especially in the classroom. One major con is that it inhibits important developmental milestones which require in person interactions with others, especially peers. Kids are prone to boredom. They require socialization to enable a healthy and normal growth curve. Children learn many […]
THANKS-giving Crafts & Activities
What are you thankful for? The first Thanksgiving took place in the New World in 1621 where the autumn harvest was shared among Plymouth colonists and the Wampanoag Indians. Thanksgiving can be symbolized by many things including showing gratitude. Make learning fun and put a twist on your holiday season by adding family-fun crafts and […]