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A Big Thank You!

July 12, 2013 · Education, Exhibits

Thanks! I cannot say this word enough to the handful of high-school and college volunteers that dutifully come in at least one Saturday of every month, giving up valuable weekend mornings that could be spent working additional hours at a paying job, hanging out with friends, or sleeping. Instead, my volunteers can be found engaging…
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Kids + Summer: A Secret Formula for Parents

June 28, 2013 · CHS Buzz, Education, Exhibits

Ah, summer. The time for all those summer kid activities: Camps, amusement parks, pools, education—SHHH! Bite your tongue, it’s summer! Well, just because kids are on summer vacation, doesn’t mean their minds need to shut down either.

School is Out

June 24, 2013 · Education

The end of the school year is a time of mixed emotions. School is over and teachers need the break as much as the kids, but it is also sad because most of the work over the summer is in front of a computer screen.

A CHS Commuter

June 14, 2013 · Education, Exhibits

As I write this blog entry, two middle school classes are walking past my office. This is the third program that educators have done today—three different programs for students from three different schools. End of the year field-trip time keeps the CHS educators busy! It is during this time of year that I love my…
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