For students across the Lowcountry (and the world over), there's no doubt that 2020 has been the year of interrupted learning. Ending one school year abruptly separated from the classroom muddling through virtual lessons only to start another school...
Several models for education have emerged as educators and families work to figure out the best and safest ways for students to learn during COVID. Some schools are bringing students back full time, some have hybrid models with days...
With some schools already reopening in-person or for distance learning, I’ve really been thinking about how stressful this year is going to be not only for my kids and me but for the teachers and other staff at school....
Teachers: We are asking too much of you. For years they honorably come to their place of employment that has, at times, more resembled a social service office, medical provider, and food pantry rather than a school where they choose to be...
One thing we all have in common as parents are questions. Lots of questions. Whether it's concerning how to save for your child's college fund, best practices for dental care, or how to talk to your child about a...
One thing we all have in common as parents are questions. Lots of questions. Whether it's concerning how to save for your child's college fund, best practices for dental care, or how to talk to your child about a...
As parents, we know that our children are always watching, listening, and following our example. Books are a great place to start or continue conversations with our kids about race, inclusion, diversity, and anti-racism. Old books, new books, books...
One thing we all have in common as parents are questions. Lots of questions. Whether it's concerning how to save for your child's college fund, best practices for dental care, or how to talk to your child about a...
Dear Moms and Graduates, Congratulations! Today is your day. You’re not off to Great Places! Most of the country is still under an order to stay!   You have masks on your face. You have gloves on your hands. You can steer yourself Anywhere that hasn’t been banned. You’re...
I have always had a strong appreciation for teachers and all they do for our children, inside and outside of the classroom. I come from a family of teachers. My mom was the art teacher at Moultrie Middle School...

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Merry & Bright (Where to See Holiday Lights Around Charleston)

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Happy Holidays, Charleston Moms! There are so many wonderful holiday events happening right now! Festivals, parades, and tree lightings, in nearly every part of the...