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Time to act, take a stand and say, again, ENOUGH!

The tragic school shootings in Parkland, Florida, remain at the forefront of the news. Well, bring on the copycats. People take advantage of calling in threats to schools and making threats within earshot of others and on social media. In response, schools close or...

Puzzles produce plenty of things

I received a 1,000-piece puzzle for Christmas in the fifth grade. Its picture showed the scene from the 1982 movie “E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial” where the beloved alien hides among the stuffed animals in Gertie’s closet. The puzzle took a lot of time...

Stay home or go to school?

When your child wakes up with a nagging bellyache, a bad headache or downright fatigue, do you keep him home? What about a fever, upset stomach with vomiting or a pink eyeball? The latter three symptoms would most likely prompt a parent to keep Junior home, and...

Manners start at home. Or they should.

Excuse me. Please. Thank you. You’re welcome. I’m sorry. These simple words and expressions help maintain a level of respect for one’s self and others around them. Three young boys were entering my daughter’s school building as I was leaving it...