Service Project Grows

By Lucas

When I was in seventh grade, my friend and I had begun work on planning a big service project. Originally, it was just the two of us, but it soon started to become something a fair bit bigger Continue reading


By Caroline Chappell – 


Kind. It’s the name of a snack company. It’s a synonym for charitable. It’s a homonym for a variety or type. But kind is often a misunderstood word. Being kind is not giving someone Continue reading

A Journey of Compassion

Summer is a time to relax. Children have been working all year and this break from the everyday routine is so appreciated by both the teachers and students alike. The warm weather provides opportunities to enjoy the outdoors and relax. Continue reading

A Relaxing Sunday

A Relaxing Sunday

Everyone has their own idea of the perfect Sunday. I love to enjoy a slower-paced morning and then focus my afternoon on getting organized for the week ahead. It’s a great feeling to get a jump on things. Getting those Continue reading

I think I’m on Mute

I think I’m on Mute

In today’s environment, the world is growing accustomed to meetings and classrooms on a computer screen. We are all missing the get-togethers and personal interactions. As a mom, I want my children to have as much normal as possible. That Continue reading