Archive for June, 2014

11 Lessons for Graduates and You

  Jon Gordon is one of my favorite authors of books about leadership; one of which is called “The Seed“.  Here is some great advice from that book: “Graduation is a time when many contemplate their future and purpose. It can be both a time of great excitement and worry. I certainly remember the anxiousness […]

Summer Learning Day is June 20, 2014

Did you know that the U.S. Department of Education has a huge repository of “free” resources? Disclaimer: The U.S. Department of Education does not mandate or prescribe particular curricula or lesson plans. This information is provided for the visitor’s convenience and is included here as an example of the many resources that parents and educators […]

Goodbye Thomas…Goodbye Albert…Sorry We Have Stopped Looking for You…

Today we have a guest blogger, Layne Pethick. As I sit and ponder, I am continually haunted by just one question. It is a question for the ages, one that many a child has asked and many an adult has dismissed. It is a simple question that carries the power to bring a person to […]