Summer may be on its last legs, but that doesn't mean it's time to put away those books that are perfect for lying surfside. Never are we more in need of extending the bookish sunshine as we are when the end of summer approaches, and our sweaters come out of their drawers. Here are some great new YA
Though the dog days of summer might officially be over, here's a list of great new dog books for elementary and middle school kids! Warning: these good dogs might make your kid beg for a puppy of their own... Good Rosie, by Kate DiCamillo, illustrated by Harry Bliss Here’s a sweet story for 4-8
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(Reuters) -- Adobe Systems, the maker of image-editing software Photoshop, is in negotiations to buy Marketo, a privately held cloud-based marketing software company, according to people familiar with the matter.
School open houses are just around the corner! Save the date and mark your calendar to attend the open house at your child’s school. Learn how you can support your child’s success in school and be informed about what your child’s school is doing to ensure a safe and positive learning environment this year. Schedule is as follows: Elementary Schools:
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SEATTLE -- Most schools in Washington are failing to meet the state’s goal to have 95% of students complete all immunizations before entering kindergarten. In the last school year 85% of kindergartners had all of their required immunizations. Students are crowding hallways as they return to class. They may have supplies packed and minds ready to learn but the state Department of Health says too many kids aren’t protected their health, making outbreaks more likely.