Fall-ing for Books This September September is a hopping month for book lovers and readers, and National Read a Book Day, Buy a Book Day, Libraries Remember Day and  Banned Books Week prove it! And it couldn’t 
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Less Manic and More Manageable: How to Revamp Your School Day Morning Routine Does this morning routine sound familiar on a weekday? You rush around, already 10 minutes late, when you notice that your student 
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Breaking Up Isn’t So Hard to Do: Planning a Digital Detox If you challenged your student to a digital detox resulting in disengagement from their social media platforms, what do you think their reaction would 
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Being Anti-Social: When to Take a Break from Social Media Social media can be an entertaining way to spend a little time. Who doesn’t love cute animal videos, photos from beautiful destinations, or checking in 
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Books on the Break According to a 2020 Pew Research study, 42 percent of 9-year-old students and only 17 percent of 13-year-old students reported reading for fun every day. While this isn’t an exceptionally positive 
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Happy Campers: How to Select the Right Summer Camp for Your Child What does a summer camp experience look like to you? Canoeing, sitting around the campfire downing s’mores, swimming, doing arts and crafts, and 
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Ready or Not: BASIS Charter Schools’ Top Tips for Tackling the School Year In academics, as in life, preparation starts with the right tools to build a solid foundation. Successful students, on the path to 
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