Some kids struggle when interacting with peers, but with some coaching, they can make a new start.
Children's Physicians recommends finding a doctor for your baby and getting supplies before your bundle of joy arrives
Parents Night Out, themed events are perks of membership.
Between now and the start of school this fall, a child's literacy skills need constant nurturing.
That means every child gets to play. What are you waiting for? Fall signups are just ahead.
There's no official instruction handbook to teach expectant families all the do's and don’ts of parenting. But proper planning and preparation can ease the transition. Here's your starter guide.
Millard West student has seen her score improve by three points.
“Water is a great, amazing thing to play in, but in a moment, it can be deadly and unforgiving," said aquatics director.
Parenting in the 21st century can be hard.
Modifications to study habits, learning environments can go a long way toward academic success.
Making that first catch. Hitting that first pitch. Getting that first serve over the net. That 'I can do anything' smile. "You just can't replace it," one dad says.
Neale Woods awaits, too, with several miles of trails and a symphony of sound and color.
Private school's formula for success centers on five key areas.
Practical applications in celebration of Mathematics and Statistics Awareness Month.
Camps not only keep children’s bodies active, but they also sharpen their minds — helping to bridge the summer education gap and limit learning loss for many children.
Healthy mind, body and spirit is goal for children and families – regardless of their ability to pay.
Practical parenting care tips.
Strong grades do matter. But that's just part of the equation.
Updated program involves parent meetings and progress reports.
Hiking under a frosty canopy of trees, in the heart of a Nebraska winter, you can actually hear it, a booming kind of silence that stirs our most Thoreau-like thoughts: “Living deliberately? I’m totally going to do that.”
It takes effort and persistence to be a good student, and the hardest part for many is learning and consistently embracing good homework habits.
YMCA fitness expert and mom of three shares strategy for setting, keeping fitness resolutions.
When the YMCA of Greater Omaha leadership began the process in 2017, they knew they were facing a unique challenge.
The supportive, yet highly academic, environment at Marian High School is designed to make young women the center of learning, leadership, growth and opportunity.
Tips for gearing up for a great second half of the school year.
If you’ve decided that private school is the best fit for your child, he or she may be asked to take an entrance or placement exam. It is a requirement at the high school level, and many schools test on the same day and award scholarships to those who take the test at their school. In Omaha,…
Reading is fundamental – there’s no doubt about that. Without it, most other learning is practically impossible.
Marian offers something for everyone. With more than 50 clubs and activities, a Marian girl has endless opportunities to develop her leadership potential, become part of a group, discover who she is, and experience new and diverse opportunities. Visit us at our upcoming open house on Nov. 19.
How can kids learn to own their ADHD, especially in a world that isn’t always supportive? It’s a process and a journey that parents can help guide and champion.
“Math is a subject where small problems can become big ones as time goes on. If homework time has become a stressful ordeal, we can help get to the root of the issue and help get back on track.”
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