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Anytime the word weapon and school are used in the same sentence, it causes a panic and rightfully so, especially after the many school related tragedies that have occurred just over the past year. Thankfully with this particular scenario, there […]
Here are some tips on learning how to transition from student life to becoming a force in the working world: 1. Accept that you can’t control everything Things may not
For most of you, school is either over or winding down for the year. However, for the time that is left, or for those of you taking summer
Here are some important tips, straight from the mouths of school principals, to ensure that your child has the best school year experience they can have.
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This is a time where we should all be preparing for the holidays and basking in the glow of colourful flashing lights that are draped over houses throughout
In light of the recent tragedy that occurred between roommates here in Ottawa, I thought it was important to talk about shared living situations with people you may
“Nearly one in ten kids has ADHD, which means practically every classroom in America will have one to three kids with the disorder in them. That’s a lot
End of October and the mid-term blues rise up like storm clouds. The effects are real, school work builds up, and the ability to sleep goes down. For
Chronic absenteeism -- defined as missing at least 10 percent of all school days -- is prevalent among high-poverty students, but common among all racial and socioeconomic groups.
One of the reoccurring themes of back to school is bullying. The awareness of this problem has definitely increased over the past few years. The biggest change is
The new school year significant a new beginning and an opportunity for being noticed. Many teens are busy planning a new image that embraces the latest fashion trends.
It’s that time of year, as you set out on the yearly back to school clothes shopping expedition you are shocked by what she wants to try on.
As parents, we send our kids off to school believing that the classroom is bully-free. Imagine your surprise when the very people who should be protecting your child
"I'm going to be . . ." Civil engineer. A web designer. A sports therapist. Canada’s next corporate executive. What dream career would be your? A large part of who
In December 2011, six RCMP officers from across the country came together in Ottawa to participate in a pilot program called WITS. WITS stands for Walk Away, Ignore,
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