By Kathryn M. Núñez (5th Grade Teacher) buy original essay As the first round of marks close, the word “REPORT CARDS” becomes ever more present in the minds of the parents, students, and yes, even the teachers. From the parent’s perspective, you’re mostly worried about: Whether or not your child has performed at the average […]
By Katherine Doble-Cannata, Co-Publisher “We’re boreddddddd!” – the most annoying statement uttered from my kid’s mouths and it’s even more annoying on Thanksgiving. Do they expect me to stop baking pies, mashing potatoes and casseroling the casserole to be their personal entertainer? After all they have bedrooms stuffed with toys, a huge backyard and plenty […]
By: Katherine Doble-Cannata As kids, my brother, sister and I dreaded the beginning of Thanksgiving dinner, all because of the small glass of thick, red vegetable juice expectantly perched at each of our place settings. Each year we were cruelly expected to drink it all (by Mami) before diving into the mashed potatoes and stuffing, […]
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How do you communicate or illustrate your cultural influence on the Thanksgiving holiday? dieti natura code promo By: Cristy Clavijo-Kish, Co-Publisher Do you focus on its original American style and add your twists? Or, do you change it up all together? What are some of the ‘twists’ and how do you get your tweens involved […]
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This week Univision network announced its “¡Edúcate, Es el momento!” Call to Action Week to drive very strongly a need for all Latinos to unite in the name of our children’s education. And there is a strong scholarship initiative tied to the program, here is their Facebook Fan page. While we are just getting started […]