Category: Education for Special Needs

Doing Good Things Series: READWS/Augustine Literacy Project

By Kris A. Cox, Director of the Winston-Salem Augustine Literacy Project Tutor ONE Child. Change TWO Lives. The Winston-Salem Augustine Literacy Project®, a program of...

“Doing Good Things Series” ~ The iCan House

By Guest Bloggers Kim Shufran and Courtney Perry In 2008, the iCan House was created by Kim Shufran who was seeking support and help for her daughter, Erica. Kim’s...

S.O.A.R. Tutoring and Advocacy: Because School Shouldn’t Be So Frustrating!

By Robin D. Seamon- Director S.O.A.R. Tutoring and Advocacy S.O.A.R Tutoring & Advocacy offers tutorial services and resources for parents and children by providing...

June 6 & 7, 2016: Free Reading Screenings

June 6 & 7 Noble Academy 3310 Horse Pen Creek Rd Greensboro NC, 27410 336.282.7044 Free reading screenings are for children ages 4-11 and will take place in Noble...

The Noble Academy Way: Through the Eyes of a School Counselor

By Guest Blogger Kelly Heritage, High School Counselor Perhaps thinking back upon your high school years stirs up nostalgia, fond thoughts of friends, fun, and days our...

“Doing Good Things Series” ~ Buddy Break

By Guest Blogger Ginger Shields, Director of Children’s Ministry Each month, West Market Street United Methodist Church in downtown Greensboro...

“Doing Good Things Series” – The Speech Bus

By Chanel James and Dayna Gury Our TMoM team is happy to kick off a new series of blogs today! “Doing Good Things” will focus on locals who are giving their...

The Piedmont School Reading Buddies

By Guest Blogger Kori Mackall, Director of Communications, The Piedmont School The Piedmont School Reading Buddies: Having a PAW-sitive impact on reading Several years...

Special Needs series: ADD and ADHD

By Kristen Bagwell When I was in 4th grade, a child in our class was classified ADD/ADHD. It was a relatively new diagnosis at the time, and seemed to be a very...

So…Tell Me About The Piedmont School

By Guest Blogger Tim Montgomery, Head of School at The Piedmont School The student I am about to describe to you…was you as a child. Or maybe it is your child, or your...