Back to School

The mayor’s office is hosting part two of an enrollment fair for the parents of students displaced by the closure of Flanner House Elementary Wednesday afternoon. The enrollment fair will be held from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Watkins Family Center Gym in the 23oo block of North Dr Martin Luther King Junior Street.  Info […]

Back to School

It is 2 weeks into the school year and IPS teachers are unfortunately looking at too many empty seats! Did they move or are they chilling at home? click here to read more Source: WTHR

Back-to-school time is here for all of us now.  I have a one son going to high school; and another son going to middle school. And with all of the techy things they will need, I’m trying to save some money. I found some back to school tech tips and I can’t keep a good […]

Been thinking about going back to school, but bills still need to be paid? Here are a few ways to go back to school and still have money to cover room,board, books and tuition. APPLY TO A SCHOOL THAT HAS NO TUITION: Some schools even cover room and board! Keep in mind, however, that there might […]

Nu Church got the kids of the community sent off to school the right way! There was singing and dancing, fun and information! The kids also got a chance to get FREE professional haircuts and manicures. Add all of that with a free book-bag and all your kids needed was a lunch to be set! […]

Thursday, August 5, 2010 Hitting the books never looked soooo GOOD!!!! Back to school is just around the corner, and stores already have their back to school sales blazing through out the stores. Parents and college student will get more bang for their buck this year with department stores fighting for the dollars. When back-to-school […]

Moms, it’s that time of the year again! Back-to-School season is, if nothing else, consumed by shopping – for pens, notebooks, lunchboxes – all of which, at the begging request of your child, must be trendy and fashionable, or they’ll just die of embarrassment. But nothing else matters more to them than what they will […]

NEW YORK — Fewer U.S. parents plan to cut their back-to-school budgets, but they will count on smartphones and social networking to find the best bargains during the second biggest shopping season of the year, according to a Deloitte survey released on Tuesday. “Retailers may be encouraged that fewer consumers are planning to pare back […]

It seems like only yesterday kids were running out of school to begin summer break. Now, our thoughts are turning towards preparing them for the new school year. Already, stores are trying to entice parents with their back to school offers on anything from clothing to stationary. The following tips will allow kids and parents […]

Beginning preschool is exciting for some children and for others, it is an anxiety-filled and stressful event that they have no desire to do whatsoever. One of the biggest differences between the excited child and the one that fears this day is how prepared he or she feels about the event prior to its arrival. […]

In addition to studying and working hard in school, being organized is just as important in order to be successful. Not only is it a good trait to learn now, it will be a valuable asset in adulthood as well, when entering the workforce. With hectic schedules, changing classes and needing different materials for each […]

It’s well-known that the way you perform on a test does not necessarily reflect your intelligence or aptitude. Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem like the mainstream educational system is likely to change their testing habit any time soon. So even though you may not agree with the philosophy of test taking, you’ll still need to do […]