3 Tips for Building Healthy Tech Habits in Kids
Kimberly Mecham

It's the modern parent's dilemma: helping children learn 21st-century technology skills without sacrificing meaningful face-to-face interactions.

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recently updated its guidelines for older kids, removing suggested digital time limits to allow parents to make their own judgement calls. As more and more schools leverage technology as a tool for learning, setting limits on its use becomes complicated.

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The Nuts & Bolts of STS' Remote Learning Program
Kirk Wheeler, Head of School

As promised, this is the first of our blog posts devoted to sharing the details of our Remote Learning program. In today's post, we'll start with the what: the components and structure of our Remote Learning program. In the next post, we will get into the nitty gritty of the why. In that post, I'll take you through a more in-depth rationale for the design of the program. These posts will be followed by more information on how remote learning will be blended with on-campus learning.


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How to Get Your Child to Love Elementary School
St. Thomas School

Elementary school sets a foundation for your child: These years help determine how they will view academics for the rest of their lives. If you want your child to care about their education, you can start by getting them to love elementary school.

Believe it or not, loving school isn't about getting good grades; it's about appreciating the whole experience. Practice these easy tips for your child to be excited about going back to elementary school every day.

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