In a ministerial letter school principals were informed that from 1 December, a parent accompanying children to or from school – and only one parent – can enter the educational establishment only at a designated point designated by the principal. In our case, the school’s front door, not the door to the playground. Parents will … More Beginning December 1, parents can only enter schools with a vaccination card
Dr. Delaney Ruston – With the holidays coming, you might be thinking about buying your kid a phone. I wanted you to know that If you choose to give your child a smartphone, or they have one, most can be customized to limit its functions. The browsers on most smartphones, including the iPhone, are simply … More Options To Communicate With Your Kids Without A Smartphone
Dr. Delaney Ruston – There is an ingrained long-standing belief that dinner mainly needs to be about checking in with everyone about their day, and then, from there, people can bring up other topics. There is also a myth that this should be satisfying enough for everyone at the table. The truth is some kids … More 5 Ways To Make Dinnertime More Fun
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Several parents have expressed concern for children who bike to school but don’t always follow safe cycling guidelines. I have seen children put themselves in harm’s way, simply because they didn’t know how to signal a turn. Please have a chat with your child about this if they bike to school. I have included a … More Bicycle Safety
Dr. Delaney Ruston – I confess I have taken down a few posts on my personal Facebook page in the past because they didn’t get any comments or “Likes.” I find it a little embarrassing to admit that. Yet that said, feelings like embarrassment and other uncomfortable emotions help me decide what I want to … More What Is Facebook & Instagram Not Telling Us About “Likes”?