Nowadays, respect is a rare gift in young men who grew up understanding the virtues of showing respect to the opposite sex. Teaching equality among the sexes is the best gift we can give our kids. If parents would understand the valuable tool their sons will have if they learn early on how to respect women, there would be far happier marriages later in life. Teach boys the fine art of respecting women so when they search for their life partner they will find the best one.
Teach Respect within the Home First
Teaching young men how to respect women starts with their mothers and fathers and how they respect each other. If for example a father does not listen to his wife and show respect, how is the son to react? Kids learn by example. On the other hand, if a woman is aggressive and disrespectful to her husband, chances are her husband doesn’t show her respect either and sons will grow up without this advantage in knowing to respect other women. Before you can train your son to have respect, are you acting in a respectful manner within your marriage? Mom and dad need to have nailed this first and then parents are better able to train their sons. Children need to learn and value ‘equality’ among men and women.
Having a family comes with great responsibility. If you want to raise children with a well-rounded upbringing, then you must make time for the family. It’s very good to provide food, shelter, clothing, and transportation. But it requires more than that to make a family a good family. Times are busy. Parents work, kids are often in activities that keeps the schedule crowded, but you should make it a top priority to spend quality time with the family. A great way to do this is to incorporate a family night into your schedule.
How often to schedule family night really depends on the dynamics of your family. Ideally, it would be great to work it in weekly. But depending on what’s going on with the children’s activities, you may need to adjust that. Try for twice a month or even once a month if you must. Here are some awesome ideas for family night fun.
Board games offer a time for children to flex the competitive muscles all while spending quality time with you. Depending on the ages of your children, you have a wide range of choices when it comes to board games. Try for the board game classics of Monopoly, Clue, Parcheesi, Aggravation, Trouble, and Scrabble. Newer board games come out all the time. Some board games make take hours to finish, like RISK or the trivia variety. Take the kids shopping and let them choose one game for family night.
I am in my 50’s, and still in deep debt for going back to college. If it is stressful for me think how stressful it is for those in their 20’s and just graduating deep in debt. My story is for another time, this story is about our future and how Debt-Free College is so important, not only for our youth, but for the future of our country.
Lets step back a minute. Late September 2016 brought about an amicable appearance by Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and Senator Bernie Sanders. The purpose? To demonstrate to the voting public and observers the importance of education from early childhood forward. Sanders, an advocate of affordable, quality education for all ages, had two important messages. The first one was his official endorsement of Ms. Clinton’s plan for debt-free college. The second was to explain why a Clinton presidency will honor that goal, as opposed to the education proposals by Republican candidate Donald Trump.
WASHINGTON, D.C. (CBS) – New parents can’t just worry about saving for college anymore – the latest research shows it might be time to focus more on paying for day care.
A recent study has concluded that in 23 states, including Massachusetts, it costs more to send a toddler to preschool or day care than it is to send an 18-year-old to college.
The data from the Economic Policy Institute shows that the average annual cost for child care for a 4-year-old is $12,781. Comparatively, it costs $10,702 a year on average for in-state tuition at Massachusetts colleges.
A daycare has been evacuated in Dedham, Massachusetts, amid concerns snow may cause a roof collapse.
The Dedham Town Building Department told WCVB-TV the Little Sprouts Day Care was evacuated Friday morning after someone heard noises in the building.
“The concern for the roof is likely due to the above average snowfall the area has seen this winter. Dedham is about 10 miles southwest of Boston, which has received 105.7 inches of snow this season,” says weather.com meteorologist Linda Lam. That’s far more than the 36 inches of snow the city would normally see by this time in the year.
FOX 25 Boston reported from the scene, showing car seats lined up near a bus.
BROOKLINE, MA (WHDH) – The Massachusetts Department of Public Health is looking into a case of tuberculosis at Tiny World Child Care in Brookline.
They say that anyone who may have come in contact with that person has been notified and urged to get tested.
Tuberculosis is a disease that is spread through the air and affects the lungs.
Symptoms for an active case include chronic cough and weight-loss. It can be deadly, but most people do not develop an active case because it’s highly treatable if caught early on.
The Department of Public Health released the following statement:
NORTHBOROUGH – State authorities are investigating the alleged neglect of a child who was attending a daycare center on Church Street.
The state Department of Early Education and Care confirmed that Lissa’s House Daycare, 234 Church St., is the focus of a recently-opened investigation.
The department received a report of alleged neglect on Monday. The daycase is owned by Melissa Tatten.
A 22-month-old boy was found walking on Church Street, near Pleasant Street, according to Police Chief William Lyver.
We foster a love of learning in all of our students from day one. We work with you, the parents, to ensure a fun, educational, and safe experience that fits the needs of your child. We respect individual needs and schedules, and we cater to each child in our care.
Our classrooms contain safe, age-appropriate, creativity-inspiring and fun toys and equipment, including a wide variety of art and building materials, costumes, water tables, and sand tables. Our nursery has calm and soothing sleep areas and a vibrant and fun play area. The Preschool and Pre-K classes have computers for supervised use of educational software.
A professional musician/singer visits every classroom each week to enhance our music curriculum. A scientist visits each week for hands-on experiments and discovery with our Pre-K children.
Our teachers are always actively involved in planning curriculum that remains fresh and current with specific interest for their classrooms and that is relevant to our community. Our monthly programs are rich in art, music, science, literature, culinary arts, and friendship lessons – all including the most important part – play!
Security is important to us, and we do not publish any information about our monthly schedules on the web site. Please contact us to discuss particular classroom schedules.
Our facilities are accessible by foot, car and public transportation and are within easy walking distance of several parks and playgrounds. The park used as our primary outdoor play area has spaces and equipment appropriate for the different needs of younger and older children.
Our locations in the heart of Needham, MA provide us with wonderful learning opportunities. We make regular trips to the library, and many of the neighboring businesses in the area are happy to host us and let the children see up close how they operate. Recent local visits include: post office, fire department, courthouse, bakery, chocolate shop, bank, and dog groomer. The children love being a part of the community!
LITTLE CORNER SCHOOLHOUSE Nursery (Our Little Sweet Peas)
Our nursery is designed for maximum safety, efficiency, security, and happiness for children from eight weeks to fifteen months. Our staff is nurturing, loving and skilled. Caring for infants as young as eight weeks is a tremendous honor and responsibility. We take that responsibility very seriously.
Our infant program is especially well thought out and reflects years of research, development and experience. Every detail has been meticulously planned from the design of the infant nursery, to the selection of equipment, toys, curriculum, and activities, to the screening and ongoing training of the infant caregivers. Parents can rely on our specially selected staff, with certified early childhood education, and chosen for their knowledge, dedication, warmth and affectionate personalities.
In a warm, loving, and nurturing environment, our infants are cared for, cuddled and rocked by our staff. Our staff has created a warm and stimulating environment, where our infants feel secure as they begin to explore their surroundings. Music plays a big part in our adorable nursery, and the infants enjoy sweet songs and stories, especially while snuggling on their teachers’ laps and drinking their bottles.
Toys are sterilized daily and changing tables are sterilized after each and every diaper change. Our infants’ diapers, wipes, and ointments/creams are provided by each child’s parents These supplies are all labeled with your child’s name and are never shared among children. We adhere to a strict hygienic diaper changing procedure.
We consider good hygiene for those around the infants to be essential. For the protection of each infant, we do not allow street shoes to be worn in the nursery, and every adult must sanitize hands before entering. Your baby has a personal crib with bedding that is cleaned every evening.
Nightly reports are ready for parents at pick up time. They reflect, in detail, everything that goes on during an infant’s day at Little Corner SchoolHouse, from new and exciting developments to diaper changes and feedings. These reports, known as Baby Talk, are invaluable to busy parents.
LITTLE CORNER SCHOOLHOUSE TODDLER (Our Little Puddle Jumpers)
Investigating the world around you is what it is all about when you are a toddler! Your toddler’s day will be filled with a plethora of activities, including music, movement, fitness, toys, cooking and interaction with equipment that encourage exploration and discovery. Soothing music and gentle backrubs during naptime provide just the right repose for sleeping.
Toddlers are striving for independence and have reached a child’s first real milestone. They have grown into the mobile stage and are walking and exploring their fascinating environment. Their curiosity is endless. At LITTLE CORNER SCHOOLHOUSE, a toddler’s natural inquisitiveness is encouraged and nurtured. Our staff strives to ensure a safe, secure, enjoyable, loving and learning environment.
Since toddlers learn through play and exploration, we give them the space, age appropriate materials, and stimulation they need to help quench their thirst for learning and discovery. The Toddler teachers prepare developmentally appropriate curriculum plans, incorporating goals and objectives that follow the Massachusetts Early Learning Guidelines. The plans are reviewed by the Program Director and an overview is posted for the parents in each child’s classroom.
A typical day in the Little Corner SchoolHouse toddler center abounds with stimulating, age appropriate activities and materials. Our own Little Learners™ curriculum is written for our Toddler staff by the Curriculum Department at our Corporate Headquarters and is distributed to each center monthly. Nightly reports are ready for parents at pick up time. They reflect, in detail, everything that goes on during the child’s day at Little Corner SchoolHouse. These reports, known as Toddler Times, are invaluable to busy parents.
LITTLE CORNER SCHOOLHOUSE Pre-School (Our Little Explorers)
The Pre-School teachers prepare developmentally appropriate Curriculum Plans, incorporating goals and objectives that follow the Massachusetts Early Learning Guidelines. Our pre-school children are ready to conquer the world. Classrooms are overflowing with challenging toys and equipment that offer a stimulating, and colorful environment.
Little Corner SchoolHouse Pre-School provides a setting where children can be independent and exercise a variety of personal, social and emotional skills. We also encourage problem solving, cognitive as well as symbolic thinking, math concepts and logistics. Blocks and other mathematical manipulative materials promote planning, problem solving, concepts of physics and creative thinking.
Art projects promote creativity and self-expression, while music instructs our pre-schoolers in learning musical concepts through songs, games, hymns, rhythm, instrument and group ensembles. Dance and movement promote physical fitness and coordination.
Literacy, language arts, and self-expression are encouraged at this stage and age. Our goal at Little Corner SchoolHouse is to promote your child’s love of learning. Literacy begins at birth and we encourage early learning through our literacy activities in the nursery.
Our pre-school children have opportunities to help make sense of their experiences and develop an understanding of who they are while learning to care about others.
LITTLE CORNER SCHOOLHOUSE Pre-Kindergarten (Our Little Scholars)
Our Little Corner SchoolHouse (LCSH) Pre-Kindergarten classroom is an exciting place for our students as they begin to take an active role in their own education! The Pre-K classroom reflects our goal to promote and extend the love of learning that begins in our nursery.
Our wonderful, caring, and experienced teachers guide the students through their daily curriculum and special activities. We help our children relate to others in an understanding and respectful manner. While learning is paramount, fun and games do not take a back seat, with activities that include swimming, weekly music sessions, weekly science sessions, cooking experiences, a theatre program, computer activities, yoga, and a literacy program.
In our Pre-K environment, we encourage open-ended exploration, discovery, and investigation. The curriculum is designed to enhance each child’s self-esteem. It gives the children an opportunity for optimum growth in academics, socialization, physical fitness, and emotional wellbeing.
Pre-Kindergarteners learn and master many concepts:
- Write first and last name using the proper capitalization, spacing and letter formation
- Become familiar with their home address and how to write it
- Know parent or parents’ first and last names
- Recognize and print the alphabet
- Develop strong phonics and decoding skills
- Build sight vocabulary and develop comprehension skills
- Enhance each child’s love of reading, libraries and literature
- Recognize and write numbers
- Experience computers with specially selected software
- Develop visual discrimination
- Learn health information and nutrition
- Write journals
- Understand the purpose of the calendar
- Identify our planet, and the country, state, and city in which they live
- Utilize objects of scientific exploration
- Explore the world of art, music, physical fitness, science, and dance
Our care and education of your children is important to us, and we consider you, the parents, our partners in developing and ensuring the best experience for your child at LITTLE CORNER SCHOOLHOUSE. We send an email to parents every month to communicate news, announcements, and information about special activities and field trips that are planned for the month. You are always welcome to communicate with us any news, new information and/or concerns about your child.
We welcome your child to a year of smiles and laughter, friendships, adventures, and an ever-growing love of learning in our wonderful Pre-Kindergarten program at Little Corner SchoolHouse!
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- Post engaging content and articles on LinkedIn and Twitter, and answer product related questions.
- Increase web traffic using effective search engine optimization (SEO) and increasing landing pages conversions.
- Effectively promoted bariatric equipment, therapy support surfaces, and wound therapy solutions to assigned territory.
- Managed $1.5 million portfolio for assigned territory.
- Maintained and serviced 100 SNF/LTAC facilities.
- Trained and educated nursing staff to operate rental equipment.
- Performed weekly inventory/facility walkthroughs with nursing managers to provide equipment accountability and accurate monthly invoicing.
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- Adapted to new demographics and territories to best reach new clients.
- Develop business relationships and managed key contacts within assigned accounts, as well as with their national leadership.
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Bachelor Of Science
- Major: Business Management