July 2017

Teacher-student cooperation is an important alliance that starts at home and affects a child’s entire academic career. Having positive relationships with teachers throughout twelve years of school can make the difference between a child who adores school and all it

The early childhood years from birth to the beginning of kindergarten are an incredibly vital time of rapid growth and learning. Many families are curious if their children are on track in learning and wonder if they’re up to speed

It’s likely that you and I grew up in the same neighborhood. You know the one: it had a tall red brick building, a bright yellow bakery, a lavender music shop, and a two-story brown apartment building. Perhaps it doesn’t

Nestled in the forested hills of Brush Prairie lies one of Clark County’s true gems: Alderbrook Park. Over the last two years, I’ve received several requests to visit Alderbrook Park for this column. Now that I have, I have to

“Dear Teacher” is a monthly education column written by experienced educators and parents. Summer Learning Activities Parents: Summer is increasingly becoming a more academic time. Many students are now even assigned homework over the summer. This is largely happening because teachers know