“A library card,” says the American Library Association, “is the most important school supply of all.” September marks not only the start of a new school year, but it’s also Library Card Sign-up Month. It all began in 1987 with Secretary of Education William J. Bennett proclaiming, “Let’s have a national campaign…every child should obtain
How much time did your kids spend with their cellphones yesterday? When was the last time you checked yours? If contemplating these questions makes you uncomfortable, you’re not alone. Cell phones dominate our lives in part because they are designed to do precisely that according to Tristran Harris, a tech entrepreneur who worked for a
Summer reading conjures up images of kids relaxing while leisurely turning the pages of a book. There’s good reason for parents to encourage them to read, as research has shown that children who read four or more books over the summer do better on reading comprehension tests when they go back to school in the
In a world that is obsessed with GPA’s and touchdowns, it is hard for many students to find a creative outlet. For St. Francis de Sales High School, supporting the arts includes a focus on their spring musical productions. Setting the stage Recognized in the city for their large sets and even larger dance numbers,
Are you interested in sending your child to a private school but aren’t sure if you can afford the tuition? The Northwest Ohio Scholarship Fund (NOSF) might be able to help.
The success of musicals like La La Land and Hamilton has broken the barrier of a niche theater crowd, bringing the art of song and dance back to a mainstream audience. Toledo’s many community theater options and venues for traveling shows give locals a chance to fill their song and dance craving, but many forget