By mid-May it’s a wonder that students, and teachers, still have any energy for school. Sitting in the classroom, knowing the sun is out and vacation is only a couple of weeks away just makes kids anxious and antsy. If you’ve noticed the summer shift in your kids, we’ve got some tips to help them regain their focus for the end of school.
It’s a bittersweet time, your child’s senior year. A year full of so many “lasts” but there could a “first”, a professional photography session. Senior Pictures are a rite of passage for most. What’s the big deal? It is a forever moment of your 18-year-old at the height of their high school experience. Those photos will likely remain on the shelf for years to come. Here are some tips to make it a fun time for you and your child.
May is just getting started, yet it seems like the calendar is already filled up. From Mother’s Day to graduation, there’s no down time this month. And if you’re anything like me, that’s a stressful thought. Take a deep breath—here are some tips to help you maintain your busy schedule.
I was recently introduced to the game of lacrosse. I’ve always heard of the sport as very physically demanding, but I’d never seen it played in person, until recently. I was a little nervous at the tenacity of the athletes, but I was so impressed with their drive and sportsmanship. This game intrigued me, so I decided to learn a little more about the game and thought I’d share my findings with fellow sports moms!
Here are some of the basic lacrosse training tips for beginners.