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Opinion, Schools, Awareness
Children know their day-to-day actions are being monitored at home and school. How different would things be if adults were evaluated on a similar system?
Popular book draws attention and some level of shame to many who read it. More importantly, what impact does it have on today’s youth?
Opinion, Summer, Back to School
Ironing dress shirts and packing lunches aren’t this columnist’s favorite things, but a regular routine is looking pretty good right about now.
Opinion, The Neighborhood Files, Awareness, Back to School
Gifted or special needs seem to be the two educational extremes. What if your child falls into the “grey area?”
Opinion, The Neighborhood Files, Back to School
Recollections of teasing, vomit, groping and George Carlin are keeping this mom up at night as the new school year approaches.
Opinion, Back to School
Most area schools offer half-day kindergarten as the norm. But is there a benefit for those who are given the exclusive option of a full-day class?
The approach of the 2012-13 school year means changes in some children's screen time. What are your plans?
Police & Fire, Schools
Emmaus grad never thought "cute" underwear shot would end up online.
Kome hosted another "Sushi Scholars" challenge, which leaded to a victory for NAMS and for the "Best Buddy Program."
Nazareth Area Middle School will participate in an ongoing sushi competition to raise funds for “Best Buddies Club."
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