Common App Tips From a College Student

  • Posted by KCC Staff
  • On September 13, 2016
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  • ACT, college, college application, college applications, common app, common applications, SAT
Just like job applications, college applications take a lot of time and calculated effort. Once August hits, it is time for college seniors to begin their application process to five or sometimes ten or more schools. Many times selective schools will use their own application, but more schools are beginning to see the benefits of […]
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“On-The-Go” Lunches: Kid Approved

  • Posted by KCC Staff
  • On August 28, 2016
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  • healthy lunch, kids lunch, school lunch, school meal
Getting three or more people ready in the morning is probably the most stressful part of your day as a parent. Sometimes you may even forget to pack lunch for your kids or you might not even have anytime time to. Here are some kid approved quick lunches you can pack the morning of or […]
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Simplifying The College Application Process: For Parents

  • Posted by KCC Staff
  • On August 27, 2016
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  • college, college applications, high school
  Being a busy mom is hard enough and with the speed in which education is evolving it can be stressful to keep up. As your child or children approach their junior year of high school the pressures can be overwhelming. With school work, SAT’s, ACT’s, prom, sports and other activities, the last thing that […]
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Public, Private, Charter – What’s the Difference?

  • Posted by KCC Staff
  • On July 8, 2016
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  • charter school, education, elementary school, high school, middle school, Private school, public school, school, teachers
Every parent wants to do their best in helping their child succeed in school. It starts with picking the perfect school to fit your child and your family. There is constant debate over private, public, and charter schools, and which type of school is the absolute best. The truth is, neither of three are the […]
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Summer Brain Drain

  • Posted by Natasha Eldridge
  • On April 20, 2016
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Summer slide, which is also referred to as summer brain drain, is a phenomenon that commonly occurs amongst non-stimulated school aged children over the summer vacation. The brain is muscle that needs to be constantly exercised to maintain optimal performance. During the summer months, many parents used to opt to give the children a break in […]
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Homework Horror Story

  • Posted by Natasha Eldridge
  • On April 18, 2016
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Homework is the assignment of a purposeful task that reinforces concepts that are covered during the school day.  Accordingly, homework should not introduce new information to the learner.  On the contrary, homework should be utilized as a tool to communicate the student’s current level of mastery to the learner, caregiver and teacher. Let’s be real.  We want our […]
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My Routine Vs. My Given Routine

  • Posted by Natasha Eldridge
  • On February 4, 2016
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#HappyBirthdayToMyEldestDaughter – Today is my eldest daughter’s 12th birthday! This morning while playing on pinterest at 4 am, (Don’t judge me, it’s the only time my house and life are completely still) it hit me that I have been a mommy for twelve whole years. It really does feel like it was yesterday when I was […]
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