There are simple ways to ensure that your child’s first days in kindergarten will establish strong habits for learning, growth and fun.
Whether you chaperone a field trip or help with a Halloween celebration, “Each act of volunteerism allows the parents to view a slice of their child’s life, make friendships in the community, and feel gratitude for the many wonderful gifts that their children are receiving.”
While every kid has their own needs, strengths and challenges, early education specialists from across Boulder County have tips for ensuring that preschool is a success for all kinds of learners.
The International Baccalaureate is an important part of the middle school program at Boulder County Day School.
Students opting for a charter school often get a more rigorous, focused education that gives them extras in anything from technology to art or math.
For devout families, there are profound benefits to religious school education, and those benefits are even greater when parents are participatory and engaged.
A few organizations are already in full swing getting ready for the year in the hopes of helping those a little less fortunate get a quality education. Among others these include Impact on Education, a nonprofit foundation supporting Boulder Valley public schools; A Precious Child in Broomfield, supporting children across the Denver Metro area; and the Longmont Dairy’s Milk Caps for Mooola program, supporting more than 400 schools within the company’s delivery area.
While traditional summer camps have tended to offer a more outdoorsy break after months in the classroom, a new wave of academic and leadership programs have emerged to help students carry on the learning they receive year-round.
A new year is a perfect time to consider the habits you want to keep and the ones you’d like to develop. One resolution to consider is helping your children develop a growth mindset this year.
Parents in Boulder County have plenty of options when it comes to connecting their preschoolers with summer camp environments that cater to this unique time in a child’s life.
What does School Choice really mean, and how does it work in Colorado? Here, Boulder County school officials answer popular questions.
For many parents, choosing the right private school for their child can be difficult. We share some wise thoughts from a private school administrator and a parent of kids in private school that might help clear a path for your family’s journey into private education.
Here are some creative ways to inspire play in your children as temperatures cool down and the holidays ramp up.
If you decide to enroll your child in preschool, there are a few key things to consider to find the right program and environment.
Colorado families are lucky to have the flexibility of school choice, but where you live still impacts your school options. Here’s how to learn about the schools in your new area.