Ileana Rios of Beech Tree Elementary School, a veteran educator for over 18 years, shares why it’s important to keep your students engaged and enriched throughout the summer.
Claudia Romeo was in her first year teaching before COVID-19 cut it short. Here, she shares her experience teaching her fourth grade class virtually.
Whether they’re remote learning or you’re just trying to keep them occupied with crafts, here are a few ways to add some extra organization to their own little space.
From sewing face masks and 3D-printing face shields, local students are making a difference. Here’s how you can join the local task force supporting essential workers.
Offered virtually on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, the weekly story times will touch on different topics for kids, and give parents needed quiet time.
In a time of online classes and remote learning, students, teachers and parents can access millions of digital resources through the institute.