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Schools with natural habitat leads to less stress

Schools is the place where children spend about one forth of their student life. Hence contact with nature has great effect on the psyche of growing minds as has been revealed by a research done by professor Louise Chawla of CU-Boulder. 331 more words


Writing the Storm

I am meant to be editing my chapter. After almost 7 months of depression I’m thinking I might be about to make a turn for the better. 838 more words

Gahanna Voters Face Déjà Vu with School District

The Following is an Editorial Sent in to the Blue Blog.

Gahanna Voters Face Déjà Vu with School District  

Friday morning the new Gahanna-Jefferson school board will have an important decision to make regarding the future of the district. 838 more words


Iron Doom?

We had a great time at the San Joaquin Farm Bureau Media night –  even won a  grape vine! – and heard from a great number of people about the bad, and the good things going on in Ag in San Joaquin County. 405 more words

News & Notes

Come for the Schools

Connecticut is renowned for it’s upstanding private education schools, all of which are conveniently located within a short drive from our property, the Newbury Inn. Since school season is almost starting again we hope to see families joining us as they tour the campuses of The Gunnery, Canterbury, Kent, Taft, Marvelwood and many other schools in order to make their final decision. 60 more words

Stratford Renovation Update: See the Academy of Science and Engineering

Renovations at Stratford have begun!

Stratford STEM Magnet High School has begun an extensive, $20 million renovation project. Construction began with a complete redesign of the Academy of Science and Engineering (ASE Academy). 124 more words