A roundup of some of Lisa Hess’s back-to-school articles to help parents and students get — and stay — organized.
Erika Marie shares how implementing 15 minutes of quiet time after school has changed their family’s life – for the better!
Catholic Relief Services (CRS) has been supporting education in Afghanistan since 2003, building community-based classrooms. Now parents can send their children to school instead of to work in the fields.
Barb Szyszkiewicz reviews the Education in Virtue Works of Mercy Coloring & Activity Book, which will appeal to parents, catechists and Catholic-school teachers who’d like to supplement their children’s religious instruction with fun and worthwhile educational activities.
If you were the one grading teachers, who would qualify as an “A ” teacher? Ellen Mongan gives her insight on how important the role of a teacher is to students. Perhaps the teacher you wanted to give a failing grade to at the beginning of the year may be an “A ” teacher after all!
Whether your children have been back in school for a few weeks already or they’re still packing their backpacks for the first day of school, this is a great time to remember that there are many saints who intercede for students! Our friends at HolyArt.com created this infographic that highlights 5 patron saints of students.
Lisa Hess gets down to basics for parents who need to manage that flood of school papers. What tool will anchor your paper-management system this school year?
Maureen Lodoen observes that her Catholic school experience provided the building blocks upon which she built her life. Although she’s had to do a little interior remodeling along the way, she’s never wished for a different foundation.