Tag Archives: 16 December 2016

Hot Job: Part-time School PT – Vancouver, WA

PediaStaff is looking for a part-time contract PT for the remainder of the 2016/17 school year to work three days per week in the Vancouver area. The Physical Therapist will work with children from Kindergarten through 12th grade with three … Continue reading

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After 50 Years, Head Start Struggles With Uneven Quality

[Source: NPR] For more than 50 years, Head Start has provided free early childhood education and other services to low-income families. But new national research, out Wednesday, shows great variation from state to state in how well the program works. … Continue reading

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32 Pokémon Crafts

[Source:  Hands On As We Grow] These Pokémon crafts for kids that have a passion obsession with Pokémon are a great way to break them away from the screen. I am not one that complains of screen time. Instead, I try to embrace it … Continue reading

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School Nurses Corner: Fifteen Tips for Helping ELLs Through Their First Winter

[Source:  Colorin Colorado.com] Winter can be filled with excitement as students from warmer climates experience their first snowfall. However, it can also present challenges and hardships for ELL families new to winter weather. This article offer ideas on how to … Continue reading

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Rural Communities Seeing Steep Increase in Babies Born with Opioid Withdrawal

[Source: Science Daily] The number of babies born with drug withdrawal symptoms from opioids grew substantially faster in rural communities than in cities, a new study suggests. Newborns exposed to opioids in the womb and who experience withdrawal symptoms after … Continue reading

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