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May 13 2013

School cuts bother Hispanics

Hispanic Texans in the three major border population centers have a strong, personal connection to their public schools. They believe they and their children were personally hurt by the $5.4 billion in state budget cuts two years ago. wood working pdf These are among the findings of a new Latino Decisions survey commissioned by the …

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Jun 18 2012

Partaking of fiction with a Biblical worldview

By: Shaunna Howat Numerous parents over the past two decades have approached me with grave concerns over what their children are reading. Their concerns are wide-ranging and unpredictable.   Some say that their children should only read specifically Christian literature; anything else would be too much of the world. In fact, I taught for a …

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Jun 05 2012

Parent, teen cooking offerings

From 6 to 8 p.m. on June 12 adults and their teens can enjoy learning fun cooking tips, get recipes and participate in a great meal at the Parent and Teen Cooking for Life Class at the Harvey Convention Center.   Join local owner and chef Blaise Forsythe from Gabi’s Gourmet for an evening of …

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Mar 20 2012

Financial impact of adoption

It’s hard to think of any act more generous than adopting a child. Many adoptive parents I know tell me it’s the most personally rewarding thing they’ve ever done. But adoption isn’t cheap. Related expenses can quickly mount to tens of thousands of dollars. And sadly, sometimes adoptions do fall through, forcing prospective parents to …

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Feb 14 2012

Financial intervention for your parents?

By Jason Alderman Sometimes it’s hard enough just keeping track of your own finances. But, as many of us have learned, life gets even more complicated when your parents come to you for assistance with their money matters – or worse, when they don’t ask for help but really should. Many people are fiercely independent …

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Feb 07 2012

Parents learn about new tests

Information about an unfamiliar test raised a lot of questions for Tyler ISD parents who were introduced to the STAAR End of Course (EOC) Exams, the new statewide testing program for Texas high school students, which begins with this year’s 9th graders. Parents of John Tyler High School freshmen listened carefully as Tyler ISD administrators …

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Jan 05 2012

Make a resolution to pay your child support

By Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott Make 2012 count for you and your children by resolving to pay your child support in full and on time. As parents, our children rely on us to provide basic necessities, as well as love and support. By paying child support, you are providing these things and more for …

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Dec 15 2011

Head Start parents get playtime training

Longview Child Development Center, Region 7 Early Head Start recently hosted a parent meeting/training which offered information about how to become more involved in your child’s play time. Region 7 Specialist, Karen Wernli, was the speaker at this training entitled, “Let’s Play”. Parents were given information on items that are age appropriate for their children …

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