First-time college students and parents of first-time college students can get quite stressed when thinking of all the changes that are going to take place. As a recent college grad, I have some tips to help get you through this transitional time.
A looming chemistry exam and two toddlers at your knee — what’s a mom to do? Head out for a latte. April Criss sips from a bright orange, bowl-size cup of coffee as she reads from notes and a textbook, while in the next room, her children play happily.
The best parent is both parents. It’s a simple statement, but often not an option. However, it is the motto that Safe Haven of Stark County uses in its day-to-day work. The group aims to help heal the emotional wounds children get from parents who are going through a divorce and other legal issues.
The school bell is about to beckon kids back to the classroom. Are they ready? These books can help students and parents prepare and provide assistance to the entire family after school is in session. One text even offers an entertaining bit of “postgraduate” education.
My son’s preschool class at Westbrook Park Nursery School watched last spring as caterpillars made the transformation to butterflies. Each day the students tracked the progress of the caterpillars and anticipated the day when they would see a beautiful butterfly spread his wings.