Thursday 28 May 2015
OPINION: In case of emergency, leave the disabled kids behind
May 8, 2015 · 1 comment
“The thought of my daughter stuck, vulnerable inside a building with no way to get out terrified me.”
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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Save lives, keep the pool openApril 22, 2015 · Comments Off on LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Save lives, keep the pool open
Removing a source of exercise and well being from the community has huge impacts that will be felt for years to come.
ASK EMORY: When Will They Ever Grow Up?April 20, 2015 · Comments Off on ASK EMORY: When Will They Ever Grow Up?
"Or, to be honest, I usually cut to the chase and just yell."
Creative trash, music and games at upcoming Earth DayApril 2, 2015 · Comments Off on Creative trash, music and games at upcoming Earth Day
"Prizes will be awarded to both adults and children for the most creative reuse of recyclable materials."
ASK EMORY: “Listen to me!”March 12, 2015 · Comments Off on ASK EMORY: “Listen to me!”
"Your little girl may think you are the smartest and strongest man in the world, but that doesn’t mean she will always listen to you"
ASK Emory: Teen Fascination With the Dark SideJanuary 5, 2015 · Comments Off on ASK Emory: Teen Fascination With the Dark Side
When today’s middle and high schools are juxtaposed with the imaginary world of Panem, I see some striking similarities. Even if your daughter and her friends are not literally fighting for their lives, it sometimes feels that way to young teens.