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Disruption – The Down Side and the Divine Side

The dictionary definition of disruption: a disturbance or problem which interrupts an event, activity, or process. Suffice to say that the virus…

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Bringing Meaningful Change into the New Year

Yes…it is a new year….and a new decade. Twice the reason to resolve for change in your life. For parents…

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More Mean Moms Needed

Did this title catch your attention? Did it even possibly shock your senses to see this as a part of…

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Handling Conflict…A Vital Skill

Family conflict is real. It is as old as the scriptures. No one enjoys conflict. It brings stress, tension, and…

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Showing Respect via Common Courtesies

It is never too young (well almost never) and indeed never too late to teach children common courtesies. These go…

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Getting Them Ready to Learn

There is probably no more sensitive time in a parent’s life than when their children start school. They walk them…

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Starting Right is Paramount

As we enter this new school year, remember that to end the year well, you must start well. Many times…

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Child Safety – Now…and Always

Like any parent, utmost in your mind is the safety of your children. In this ultra-information laden world, it is…

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Mind Fun in the Summertime

Okay…school is out and the summer has begun. Pools are open and the lazy days are setting in. It is…

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Selfish Speak– Does Your Child Speak This Language?

An interesting thing happened this week among some of our younger students? Possibly you have experienced the same thing. Have…

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Calvary Road Christian School admits students of any race, color, or national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex or national or ethnic origin or handicap in the administration of its education, admissions or other school-administered programs.