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The Start of Something New

Is your child starting at a new school this year?

My youngest is entering middle school. His first new school in six years. He’s feeling a range of emotions – anticipation and excitement over the new school, what he’ll learn, how it will be different from elementary school, meeting the new students, and making new friends. 226 more words

Parenting

Middle Child Syndrome

Everyone knows the basics about family culture: Oldest child gets to do every thing first but is the Guinea Pig; youngest is spoiled/gets special attention but is treated like a little kid all the time; and middle children are forgotten, otherwise known as the “middle child syndrome.” This article is going to be the benefit that should be paired with the middle child part. 626 more words

🌃 8/29 CHMS Back to School Night (5:00p-6:05p)

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Thursday, August 29 from 5:00pm-6:00pm is Crown Heights Middle School’s annual Back to School Night, otherwise known as “BTSN”—an opportunity to build relationships between teachers & families and give everyone a bird’s eye view of the various content & concepts your students will be working on throughout the entire year! 22 more words

Notices

Middle Leadership...

Over the years, much has been said about the middle child within family relationships. Some information fits, some not. We have learned that each child is unique in their own ways. 81 more words

Leadership

Middle Leadership...

Over the years, much has been said about the middle child within family relationships. Some information fits, some not. We have learned that each child is unique in their own ways. 81 more words

Daily Leadership

Scarica Il Gioco Divided Ground: Middle East Conflict

Scarica Il Gioco Divided Ground: Middle East Conflict

Moscow sensed the opportunity to fill a vacuum in a metastasizing conflict zone that only grew as American disillusionment with an interventionist U.S. 628 more words

A Death In The Family

I will never be able to fully explain how life changed that day.

The morning before, I watched my dad walk out the door to pay bills or something mundane like that. 1,095 more words