March 2018 – Staten Island Parent
Month: March 2018

Teaching Students Skills for Real-Life Work

Did you know Staten Island has a DOE Cooperative Technical Education program for high school seniors and post graduates up to age 21? I recently had the opportunity to visit to learn more about the District 79 program, which is

Make Ahead Breakfasts That Can Save the Day Before It Begins!

Mornings can be a tough time to maintain your supermom status when it comes to providing healthy meals. Rushing out the door when NO ONE, including the dog, is cooperating, is enough to make you want to hit the drive-thru.

Repeat After Me: I LOVE the Park, I LOVE the Park, I LOVE the Park

I have a confession to make. I kinda hate going to the park with my kids. Other parents seem to genuinely enjoy their trips to the park. The minute the weather warms up, I see “off to the park with

Make Egg-celent Eggs: Easter Egg Decorating Ideas

The store kits are great for beginners, but maybe it’s time to up your Easter Egg game. Your kids will hop with excitement making these awesome DIY eggs. Minecraft Easter Eggs Perfect for a video-game themed basket. See the tutorial

What To Know If Your Child Wants Contact Lenses

These days, eyeglasses can look pretty cool. Still, the day may come when your son or daughter asks you for contact lenses. Kids and contact lenses, however, are not always the best fit. Contact lenses can have benefits, says Bernard

How to Survive the Elementary School Years

8 Parenting Tips for Ages 6 to 10   At every stage of development, parents face new challenges, and the elementary school years are no different. During this exciting period of growing independence, added responsibilities and increased social interaction will

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