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Celebrating The School Librarian: National Librarian Week

“A librarian makes a reader.” With a simple book suggestion, school librarians create a reading experience. Each April, we take time to celebrate our local hero, the school librarian. School Library Week celebrates the school librarian and the libraries as an approachable, equitable, and full-access learning environment necessary for every student’s well-rounded education. Growing up […]

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St Patrick's Day

Favorite Picture Books for St. Patrick’s Day

“A good friend is like a four-leaf clover, hard to find and lucky to have.”~Irish Proverb  St. Patrick’s Day is almost here. Two of my absolute favorite things are celebrating St. Patrick’s Day and picture books. Combine those and I am a happy momma. Introducing holidays through the use of high quality picture books is […]

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The Main Squeeze

The Main Squeeze® at Belle Hall: A Local, Healthy Option for the New Year

*This post is sponsored by The Main Squeeze at Belle Hall. All opinions expressed are our own. Starting 2018 as a new momma of two, I am full of healthy ambitions. After giving birth to my sweet baby boy several months ago, I am already dreaming of my non-maternity jeans. Looking at my closet full of […]

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Steps to Building a Relationship With Your Child’s New Teacher

Steps to Building a Relationship with Your Child’s New Teacher

Back to school time in the Lowcountry is upon us. The excitement of back to school shopping, meeting new school friends, and preparing your child for the rigorous academics for the next grade is in full swing. While school supply shopping and academics are important, keep in mind that building a relationship with your child’s […]

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Summer Can Still Be Full of Learning

Summer Can Still Be Full of Learning

Summer vacation is right around the corner here in the Lowcountry. Children are shouting hooray, while parents are wondering what to do next. The age old question about keeping children academically growing over the summer continues to persist. As an educator, I have parents ask me each year how they can keep my students’ learning, […]

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