Normal Conflict, or Bullying?

By Kris Widmann Relational aggression is a form of bullying that involves the way people use their power in relationships to control others. It is behavior that is meant to…

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Kindergarten Readiness Checklist

By Janet Correia School has started and your little one is off to kindergarten. You’ve bought a new backpack, lunch box and wardrobe, but is your little one really ready…

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Teens: Policing Fashion

By Karen Kaliski Just yesterday she was prancing around in her pink gingham jumper with the smocked front. He was so proud of his big boy chinos and polo shirt.…

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EMT Training

A college sophomore learns how to save lives in emergency situations By Jessa Fogel The pagers went off in the office around 11 p.m., a harsh interruption in an otherwise…

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Owls: Night Specters

By Wendy Lilly-Hansen Do you know what happens at night in the wild? Of course, lots of critters are busy foraging for food while you are sleeping, but let’s talk about…

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More Than Words

Adult Reading Buddies Enhance Communication, Literacy Skills in Children By Susan Cunningham “Amazing and spectacular!” That’s what students Reilly Mitchell, Carter Stevens, and Lauren Fellows say about the EverybodyWinsVT Power…

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Technology Distractions

iPhones, iPads, iTunes, iPods…I STUDY? By Stern Center for Language and Learning Distractions have crept their way into our lifestyles for better or for worse. And as great as they…

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