Jamming with your toddler: how music trumps reading for childhood development
New research shows shared music-making with toddlers may have benefits above and beyond those of reading.
Harvard psychologists have been studying what it takes to raise 'good' kids. Here are 6 tips.
Help unlock your child's best self with a few tried-and-true strategies.
Toddler Montessori...What are the benefits?
Many working parents are looking for a safe and healthy environment for their very young children. Options for child care are limitless and varied in what they have to offer a young child. However, current research shows us that the most crucial part of a child's development happens in the unconcscious absorbent mind, from 0-3 years old. That bei...
Siblings capture bronze at karate National Championships
Coxsackie natives Dillon and Jordane Hynes traveled to Raleigh, North Carolina to compete against 1,600 athletes from across the nation at the Amateur Athletic Union Karate National Champion
Top 100 Most Disruptive Space Companies in 2017
For decades, space exploration and experimentation has been the playground for world governments and wealthy academics. Exposure to space was limited to sci-fi, the odd government broadcast, and conspiracy theories. Normal people could only buy their loved ones stars or plots of cosmic land as a sentimental gift. With the advancements made in the …
What Defines a Good School?
To create school environments that reflect our humanity, the words we use matter, writes Superintendent David Gamberg.
Dos Urban Cantina, Headed by Former Rick Bayless Chefs, Open in Logan Square
They'll serve dinner daily, and eventually figure out brunch.
Community Advisory Committee 2017 Meeting
20:23 28 March in News by Anthony Administrative Assistant Breakout Session Every March, HBAS calls our community together for an annual “check up” of our Career Technical Education (CTE) programs. At this year’s Community Advisory Meeting, held on March 23rd, we shared updates and sought advice from our diverse CTE community members This year, we had one of our biggest turnouts ever! It was an honor for our faculty and administrators to host students, community college and business partners, and HBUHSD Board Members Bonnie Castrey, Dr. Duane Dishno and Dr. Michael Simons First, Assistant Principal Shirley Vaughn reflected on several initiatives taken after input from past CAC meetings, including: Career Readiness Skills course Hiring a Job…
10 Tips to Help Your Child Follow Directions
Kids with ADHD and executive functioning issues can have trouble following directions. Learn 10 simple tips to help make it a little easier on Understood.org.
27 Ways to Inspire Students to Innovate
Educator Mia MacMeekin made this infographic about ways to inspire students to think more deeply about how innovation applies to them. It's a helpful way to begin a conversation about what it means to innovate, a word that sometimes seems to belong in the adult domain of business and is estranged from how students think about living their lives.