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How to Keep Your Kids Academically Sharp During Summer Break

On the last day of school this year, my son walked off the bus, and, with both fists in the air a’ la Rocky, yelled “School is OVER!” I laughed because I remember that last-day-of-school feeling – like summer would never end and the days stretched out before me, with nothing to do but play […]

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10 Quick and Easy Tips to Writing an Engaging and Understandable Grant Proposal

You want to give yourself any leg up you can when it comes to getting your project funded.  One of the best ways to do that is to ensure that the persons reading and scoring your proposal stay engaged and interested.  We’ve compiled a list of 10 quick and easy tips to help you create […]

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How to Plan a Family Staycation

If taking a traditional family vacation isn’t in your budget this year, there are still plenty of budget-friendly ways to escape the daily grind and enjoy time with your family. You can avoid the high costs of travel and create lasting memories by staying right at home. Planning a staycation will allow you to see […]

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Beat Summer Boredom

As soon as the final school bell rings, parents start dreading it. Every year, we hope and pray that we’ll find a way to avoid it. But it rarely works… Of course I’m talking about those loud and whiny words that grate on our ears and make us want to curl up in a ball […]

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Four Key Elements of Successful Letters of Support

When submitting a grant proposal, it’s common to include one or more letters of support from partners or supporters involved in the school project you’re trying to fund. The purpose of these letters is to show a foundation that, as the name suggests, others support and believe in the validity of the project you’re proposing. […]

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