The Parenting

Could My Baby’s Injury Have Been Prevented?

by on November 19, 2020 0

When a baby is injured at birth, your first questions will most likely be, “How did this happen?” and, “Could it have been prevented?” It’s natural to feel guilt as the new parent of an injured baby, but chances are there was nothing you could do to prevent the injury. However, the same may...

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Phoenix Elementary School District to Continue Virtual Learning Through Early 2021

by on November 4, 2020 0

The Phoenix Elementary School District informed families Monday that students will continue remote learning through at least January 14. “With the cold and flu season beginning, as we head into the Thanksgiving Holiday and Winter Break, and out of the health and safety concerns for students and staff, the Phoenix Elementary Governing Board voted...

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Halloween 2020: How to Trick-or-Treat Safely

by on October 19, 2020 0

Arizonans who aren’t sure how to celebrate Halloween this year due to COVID-19 now have guidance from the state’s health department. “I’m pleased to say that trick-or-treating can be done safely,” Dr. Cara Christ, director of the Arizona Department of Health Services, wrote in a blog post on Friday. She continued to share guidance...

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Arizona Department of Education Awarded $20 Million Language & Literacy Grant

by on September 30, 2020 0

The Arizona Department of Education has received a $20 million grant to improve language and literacy skills of underserved children. The Comprehensive Literacy State Development Grant, which will equal $4 million a year over five years, will target kids living in poverty, English learners, children with disabilities, Native American students, and those reading well...

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