I Promise School Promises New Future for Akron

  • Posted by KCCStaffers
  • On August 16, 2018
  • education, elementary, language arts, learning, math, school, student, teach, teacher, teaching
Remember July? It seems so long ago. Well, something really big happened last month just in time for some great back-to-school news! On July 30th, LeBron James’ I Promise School opened in his hometown of Akron, Ohio to 240 students for the first time ever. For a long time, the school started out as an […]
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First Year of Feeding

  • Posted by KCCStaffers
  • On July 19, 2018
Are you wondering when you can start your baby on more interesting foods? Look no further! We have all your answers right here in a month-by-month guide starting at breast milk/formula and ending in mac and cheese! Birth – 4 months Only feed your baby breast milk or formula – NO solid food at this […]
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Family Friendly Summer Blockbusters

  • Posted by KCCStaffers
  • On June 6, 2018
Going to the movie theater with your family is always a big part of summer vacation. When it’s a rainy day, the next best solution is to always go see a movie. But sometimes it’s hard to figure out which movies are family-friendly and which aren’t. You think you have a pretty good idea, but […]
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Reasons Why Everyone Should Become A Mentor.

  • Posted by NWright
  • On January 19, 2018
  • Caring, child, January, Mentor, Mentoring
The Who + What + When + Where + When + Why of Mentoring January is National Mentoring Month.  I can’t think of a more selfless and significant way to make a lasting impact on this world than guiding, molding and mentoring another human being.
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The Road Not Taken

  • Posted by NWright
  • On September 25, 2017
  • college, decision, intern, internship, life, path
  What does a published chemist have in common with a crafting enthusiast? A philanthropist with an ambitious young professional? An honors student with a new member educator for a sorority?   Maybe this sounds like a trick question, but it’s not. All of those people… are me! As I wrap up my college career, […]
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7 Tips for Babysitters

  • Posted by KCCStaffers
  • On July 28, 2016
  • babysitters, babysitting, babysitting tips, childcare, infant care, outsourcing parenting, toddler care
Babysitting for a new family? Not sure what questions to ask about their child? Is the child a baby or toddler? Every family is different and wants a different experience for their child! Here are some tips to make you the best babysitter you can be!
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Homemade Ice Cream

  • Posted by KCCStaffers
  • On July 26, 2016
  • DIY ice cream, homemade, homemade ice cream, ice cream
If you have ever wanted to make homemade ice cream but didn’t think you had the right tools, it turns out, you do! This easy recipe makes a simple vanilla ice cream, but you can add other ingredients to make different flavors. The whole process takes about 7 minutes!   Recipe  
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Hands on Learning: Why It Matters!

  • Posted by KCCStaffers
  • On July 22, 2016
  • constructivism, elementary science, home learning, kids science, science
Constructivism is an educational learning theory that suggests that students take in new information and connect this new information to prior knowledge. Students will question and construct new meaning for themselves when they make connections between new information and prior knowledge. Educators and parents often follow this learning theory by presenting children with many hands-on learning experiences. […]
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Tips for a Happy and Healthy Pregnancy

  • Posted by KCC Staff
  • On July 13, 2016
We put together a few tips to ensure a happy and healthy pregnancy!   EDUCATE YOURSELF. Whether this is your first or fifth child, educating yourself on what’s to come during pregnancy and labor is key. Pregnancy education can come from a book or even a class. There are different classes that will get you […]
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Public, Private, Charter – What’s the Difference?

  • Posted by KCC Staff
  • On July 8, 2016
  • 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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