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Photo of Teacher Babysitting High Schooler's Child Goes Viral

Kimmy Lopez posted was worried that caring for her son would prevent her from completing her high school education. But when she explained her concerns to the administrators of the Massachusetts re-engagement program that she was in enrolled in, they told her to bring her child to school with her. 185 more words

This Girl Kicked a Field Goal After Getting Crowned Homecoming Queen

A senior at West Blocton High School was named homecoming queen during halftime of the school’s football game on Friday. She then took the field and kicked an extra point to help her team get the victory. 281 more words

In 1,000 Words or Less: Why I lead Young Life

6:00 am wake up calls are never pretty. Especially for me, a night owl. My “bedtime” usually falls somewhere in between 1 am and 2 am, so 6 am comes pretty quick. 861 more words


Digital Literacy 2015 Trends Revisited -- A Use of Digital Tools for High School Seniors

Hello all:
I am revisiting an entry posted at the beginning of this year on digital literacy trends. See https://digitalliteracyvine.wordpress.com/2015/01/17/digital-literacy-trends-for-2015-quick-thoughts/

I discussed digital literacy with regard to educational issues, job skills, and going green. 165 more words

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Summer Drama

As I am already in the second week of school and barely made the first, summer is all I want right now. But thinking back, my memories of this summer also included many many dramas, big or small. 356 more words


They're Growing Up!!

It’s easier to talk about the cats growing up than admitting that my kids are growing up.

I’m having an emotional week or two observing my life changing in front of me and I know it’s all normal and great and I’m still struggling. 190 more words

PORTLAND to PINE RIDGE: Day 4 // Priming, rain, & Lakota Hope

We got our primer today, which means a couple things: the walls are starting to look like something I’d be okay with in my own house now that the patches of mud are disappearing, and paint is suspiciously appearing on our clothes (we can thank Brett exclusively for the latter, though he’s been a big help with the former as well). 1,950 more words