All posts by Kimberly Feldkamp

Coding classes for teens

Does your tween love computers, video games and all things technical? Then you won’t want to miss the series of coding classes offered at Sylvania’s King Road Library. Students in grades 4-9 can learn how to create video games, build a robot or make a website through the monthly, hourlong coding classes. Space is limited

Sibshops Gatherings: A Place for Brothers and Sisters

This month a new program is starting for brothers and sisters of kids with special needs. Sibshops Gatherings is a safe place for kids to meet other kids whose brothers and sisters have special needs and to talk openly about the good and not-so-good parts of having a sibling with a disability. Open to kids

Bands4Change presents: Kesha

She’s still in high school, but Maumee Valley Country Day School student Maya Dayal knows how to get things done. The senior started a company called Bands4Change, which creates fundraising concerts to raise awareness of local and global social issues and raise money for charities to address those issues. Bands4Change donates 100% of profits from

Daniel Tiger’s Coming to our Neighborhood

If a child in your house is a fan of Daniel Tiger, mark your calendar now for the upcoming production of Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Live! at the Stranahan Theatre on Sunday, February 5th. There will be a show at 2pm and 5pm. The legacy of the beloved Mr. Roger’s lives on with the hit TV

Cultural Competency at Sylvania Schools

Sylvania teachers, administrators, support staff and board members recently had a Cultural Competency training to examine the diversity within the school district and to determine a plan to meet the needs of all students, regardless of race, religion, culture or socio-economic background. Through this program, developed by the National Education Association, facilitators from across the