Category Archives: Education

A Mom’s Thank You to Emily’s Wonder Lab, Good Job Netflix

This week, in the craziness that was the first week of e-learning, we took a reprieve in a new kids tv show, Emily’s Wonder Lab. Anytime there’s a new television show, I’m much more attentive in watching to make sure it’s something appropriate for my 5-year-old. In reading the description, I noticed it’s a show […]

Students and Families Enjoy Read Across America Week 2019

Read Across America is a fun initiative to promote reading, created by the National Education Foundation. The focus is to create the love of reading and to create diverse readers. It’s a great opportunity to highlight special celebrations and observances throughout the school year. Each month, there are suggested books for readers posted on their […]

The Start of School: Beginning Our Pre-kindergarten Adventure

I’m a stay at home mom of two non-school aged children. That title will change soon as my son will be starting VPK (voluntary pre-kindergarten) in August. I know it’s only a couple hours a day and it’ll be good, for the both of us. However, this is a whole new chapter and cautious feelings […]

It’s Time to Get Uncomfortable and Show Up for People of Color

Last month, I read an article by Tiphani Moorer, called, “Dear White People, Why now?” It made me uncomfortable. It made me realize that I am watching and sitting on the sidelines with what is socially unjust. Reducing people to hashtags and statistics. Using the language of “us” versus “them.” It distances me from the […]