Robin Williams said, “Spring is nature’s way of saying, let’s party!” After the winter we’ve had, we deserve a party, don’t you think? Forget the snowed-in days. The record-breaking months of rain are now behind us (knock on wood). It’s time
Being a teenager is hard. And today’s world is all the more difficult for teens to navigate when they have been affected and disadvantaged by childhood trauma, neglect and abuse. In response to youth suicides and depression specifically in Battle
Clark College has steadily grown over the years and has built a reputation for excellence in many circles. Their Child and Family Studies Program (CFS) is no exception. Founded decades ago with roots that date back to the kindergartens that
On bright spring mornings, my mom was prone to hum as she went about her housework. Occasionally the hum swelled, giving birth to words: Open all the windows, Open all the doors! Let the merry sunshine In upon the floors! Such a
To view our annual summer camp guide, with fun day camp options for ages 3 through teen, pick up a copy of the April 2017 issue at any of these locations, or view the digital archive copy here.
In many schools, fewer hours are allotted to recess and physical education each year, but spring is the perfect time to commit to the challenge of riding to school or work. Bicycling is a fun and fitness-friendly method of transportation
There is an age-old gulf separating the minds of teenagers from that of their parents. We often struggle to understand one another, and the middle school years seem to be particularly difficult. But Washougal teen Ricky P. is on a
This April, Camas second grader Micah Snell will be rolling in his wheelchair racer over more than 52 miles, completing two marathons in eight days. His teacher, Amy Campbell, will push Micah for one of those marathons. It’s all part