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Posted on 01. May, 2013 by KB.
Tweet Please click on the link below to learn how you can take action regarding Senate Bill 13-279 (The School Facilities Bill). If you have a child in a traditional public school or charter school, you will want to learn more about this bill and its effect on public school funding. You can take action by [...]
Posted on 16. Apr, 2013 by KB.
Tweet If we want to change the world, we must educate girls–the premise to the much anticipated documentary, Girl Rising (playing in select Regal Theaters from 4/19-4/25). Click here to see if it’s playing in a theater near you. The documentary by Richard Robbins details the stories of nine girls from different countries and their unique [...]
Posted on 12. Mar, 2013 by KB.
Tweet Are you a parent who is thinking about school options for middle and high school in the near future? If so, you may want to read the post below by my colleague, Leanna Harris, regarding ways in which your soon to be middle or high schooler can be an integral part of the school [...]
Posted on 07. Mar, 2013 by KB.
Tweet Please read the press release below from the Montessori Academy of Colorado in Denver regarding their plans to launch a new private elementary school. If your family is yearning for a more progressive education for your child, this could be an exciting option for you. The school’s focus will be a program that blends [...]
Posted on 22. Feb, 2013 by KB.
Tweet Thank you to the Colorado Academy parent for contributing to the School Scoop! School Name: Colorado Academy 1. Tell us about yourself (stay at home mom/dad, working parent, single parent, kids ages, etc.) and what your role is at the school (PTA member, volunteer when I can, part of the board, etc.). I am a [...]
Posted on 19. Feb, 2013 by KB.
Tweet Below is an article my e.Merging colleague, Leanna Harris, recently wrote. If you are a parent of a current fourth grader, this post will definitely speak to you! Believe it or not, now is the time to start thinking about middle school options. Here is a list of things that parents can start doing [...]
Posted on 14. Feb, 2013 by KB.
Tweet Thank you to the UPark parent for contributing to the School Scoop! School Name: UNIVERSITY PARK ELEMENTARY (UPARK) 1. Tell us about yourself (stay at home mom/dad, working parent, single parent, kids ages, etc.) and what your role is at the school (PTA member, volunteer when I can, part of the board, etc.). [...]
Posted on 12. Feb, 2013 by KB.
Tweet Are you interested in learning more about how your teenager thinks? Please be sure to attend this upcoming event hosted at St. Elizabeth’s School in Denver. Craig A. Knippenberg, child and family therapist will be speaking about the middle school brain and how to better support your child through this important time in their [...]
Posted on 10. Feb, 2013 by JM.
Tweet Believe it or not, registration for summer camp has begun and many camps are filling up! Here is this year’s list complete with updates and new additions to this year’s roster. As an added bonus, we have included a worksheet for you to use for organizing your kid’s summer! As always, please share your [...]
Posted on 07. Feb, 2013 by KB.
Tweet Educational activist, Michelle Rhee, the former chancellor of the Washington D.C. public schools, is back in the spotlight again promoting her new book called Radical. When I heard the title of this book, I thought it was rather fitting given Ms. Rhee’s background in education! In D.C., her style of shaking things up when it came [...]