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Where is Caffeine Hiding in Your Child’s Diet?

Date: April 25, 2015 Author: aspirecharter Categories: Blog

For adults, caffeine is the life blood of the work week. But for kids, too much caffeine can cause all sorts of problems, from lack of sleep to tummy aches. Caffeine is most commonly associated with coffee or energy drinks, which most young kids don’t like and shouldn’t be drinking much of anyway. But you…

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Marisa Beagle, a history major, and her daughter, Noelle, sit in the parking lot of the Salem Campus, where she attends school 45 minutes away from her home in East Palestine, near the Pennsylvania border. Marisa and Noelle, 18 months, live with Marisa's parents. A single parent, Beagle says it's tough to attend school and raise a daughter simultaneously, but with the support of her family, she's able to make it work.

How to Strengthen Your Relationship with Your Child

Date: April 5, 2015 Author: aspirecharter Categories: Blog

Relationships between adults are hard enough, but kids require a different sort of communication and affection to build a strong, lasting relationship. Make Genuine Physical Connections – You might have learned something about nature versus nurture in psychology class, but the idea behind it is simple. Even though a child’s environment does have a hand…

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