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Teacher’s Appreciation Week Highlights Those Who Impact Our Lives And Our Children’s Lives

Posted on · Teacher Appreciation Week began on Monday, May 3, and ends on Friday, May 7th. Parents, students, and alumni are encouraged to reach out to teachers to express their thanks and appreciation.

Immigration

Attorney General Jeff Sessions Vows To Prosecute All Illegal Border Crossers And Separate Children From Their Parents

Posted on · "If you are smuggling a child, then we will prosecute you and that child will be separated from you as required by law," U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said in a speech to law enforcement officials Monday. "If you don’t like that, then don’t smuggle children over our border."

Houston Matters

Children’s Book Helps Kids Adjust to Blended Families

Posted on · When Maria Ashworth remarried, she noticed her 8-year-old daughter was concerned about the impending changes – and not because she was gaining a new stepfather, but because she was going to have new brothers. And that's what prompted Ashworth to write a children's picture book, called Step One, Step Two, Step Three and Four. Ashworth […]

Houston Matters

Has Technology Changed the Summer Camp Experience for Houston Kids?

Posted on · Time was, you went off to some overnight camp out in the woods where you sat around the campfire, sang songs, toasted marshmallows and swam in a lake. Do Houston kids do that anymore? Well, some kids still get shuttled off to summer camp, but as technology is more pervasive than ever in our lives, […]

Houston Matters

Making the Most of Your Kid’s Summer Day Camp Experience

Posted on · School is out for the summer for most of Greater Houston, and many kids will attend summer day camps in the coming weeks and months. That's nothing new. But the number and variety of day camps available in the area has grown greatly just in the past decade, according to Sarah Gish. Since 2003, she's […]