It’s a hard fact that the pandemic has caused a great deal of stress on our children. Whether it’s fear of losing a loved one or experiencing loneliness due to isolation, the children have been unfortunate recipients of anxiety. Celebrating a beautiful holiday like Easter, however, doesn’t have to add to those feelings. Learn how …READ MORE
Students, parents, teachers, and the entire education system face new challenges to protect the health and safety of children at school. We’ve changed our routine to accommodate state and local guidelines. Amid these changes, we want to help our students maintain a normal, comfortable, fun experience at school. Read on for tips to help your …READ MORE
St. Cecelia Catholic School is ready to re-open under guidelines set forth by the state of Florida. Our faculty and staff are committed to providing a safe environment for your child. We all have a role to play in keeping students, families, faculty, and staff safe during these trying times. Today’s blog from St. Cecelia …READ MORE
St. Cecelia Catholic School will be ready for the school year to start in August, even under these trying times. Our faculty and staff will make sure everyone is safe and secure in our collaborative learning environment. In today’s blog from St. Cecelia, we outline some tips and tricks for back to school. Related Post: …READ MORE
Summer is here! That means fun activities with the kids for a few months while school is out. Even if you’re at home and your choices for outdoor fun are limited, you can still have summer fun. Today’s blog from St. Cecelia Catholic School discusses how to have fun with your kids in the summer …READ MORE
You know you will hear it, it’s just a matter of when: that inevitable summer slogan of, “But, I’m booooooored!” After a school year of fairly structured time, children often feel unoccupied or under-stimulated when left with unstructured time. This summer, try to think of boredom as a teaching opportunity. Boredom gives children the opportunity …READ MORE
Between parents and kids’ hectic schedules, social commitments, social media and smart phone/technology overload, today it’s harder than ever to stay connected to our immediate family. Did you know that research suggests that having dinner together as a family at least four times a week has positive effects on child development? In fact, family dinner …READ MORE
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