Monthly Archives: February 2012

Drive2Life Contest

Distracted driving—from texting behind the wheel to turning around to chat with friends in the backseat—can lead to deadly consequences, particularly for teens.  Now students can save lives and change attitudes by entering our Drive2Life Contest.  Students in grades 6–12 … Continue reading

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University of Louisville Engineering Expo, March 3rd

This year’s University of Louisville’s Engineering Expo is March 3, starting at 8:00 a.m. and going until around 4:00 p.m.  Every year U of L’s Speed School of Engineering puts on this exposition, run by students, to showcase the work … Continue reading

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Math ACT Prep Class

Are you planning to take the ACT on March 6th? Would you like some help preparing for the Math section? Why not register for a prep session or two? When:  February 25, 2012—10am-2pm              March 3, 2012—10am-2pm Lunch provided (pizza/drinks) Schedule will … Continue reading

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How Will You Pay for College?

ParentsDesk, January 25, 2012 If you need help paying for college, Federal Student Aid can help.  Each year, Federal Student Aid, an office of the U.S. Department of Education, provides more than $150 billion in higher education grants and loans … Continue reading

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Ways to Stay Involved with Your High Schooler

As a parent of a high schooler, you’ve probably wondered how to stay involved in his/her education. With homework you may not understand and a teen who may not want you around at school, it can be challeng­ing to remain … Continue reading

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Stress and Your Child’s Brain

Check out this article from GreatSchools.org that gives insight into how stress affects your child’s brain. Stress and Your Child’s Brain

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What Does Being a Title I School Mean?

Title I is the largest federal aid program for elementary, middle, and high schools. Through Title I, the Federal government gives money to school districts around the country based on the number of low-income families in each district. Each district … Continue reading

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