Education

7 Strategies for a Successful End of Year IEP Meeting

7 Strategies for a Successful End of Year IEP Meeting

By TMoM Team Member Britney Dent As the school year draws to an end, most teachers are scheduling end of year IEP meetings or “re-eval” meetings. An IEP (Individualized Education Plan) is a legally binding document that lays out accommodations for students receiving...
VBS in the Triad

VBS in the Triad

By TMoM Team Member Sandy Harper Summertime makes you think of water fun, cookouts, vacations, summer camps. Additionally, for many, it also means time for Vacation Bible School – VBS. VBS is typically 3-4 days of fun Bible learning for our children. Many...
Doing Good Things: Reading Revolution

Doing Good Things: Reading Revolution

By Amy Lawson Reading Revolution, Inc was born when two friends having coffee decided that they had a dream for children in the Winston-Salem community living in book deserts to have access to a selection of free books. Nikki Francis, a veteran WSFCS teacher, found...
Shopping and Fun in this Week’s Friday Finds

Shopping and Fun in this Week’s Friday Finds

By TMoM Team Member Suzy Fielders In today’s Friday Finds: Win a Sugar Mamas Movement Ultimate Shopping Experience! Spring Consignment Sales Season is Almost Here! TMoM’s Recently Updated Homeschool Directory Plan Your Weekend Fun with TMoM’s Events...
Celebrating Black History Month – Book Recommendations for Kids

Celebrating Black History Month – Book Recommendations for Kids

By Anique Fredrick This post contains affiliate links. You won’t be charge and additional to shop them, but we may get a small commision. Black History Month is a time to honor the achievements, history, and culture of African Americans. One of the best ways to...
Triad Independent & Private Schools Directory

Triad Independent & Private Schools Directory

This private school directory is sponsored by Calvary Day School. Calvary Day School has a passion and a commitment to provide an encouraging, safe, and engaging school community. Students, from preschool through high school, are challenged to fulfill their God-given...
Things to Do with Your Toddlers & Preschoolers This Winter

Things to Do with Your Toddlers & Preschoolers This Winter

By TMoM Team Member Suzy Fielders When the weather is bad, you may find yourself stuck indoors with rambunctious toddlers and preschoolers. Whether you are an at-home mom looking for some entertainment during the week, or a mom who works outside the home and needs...
Unique Valentines for the Class

Unique Valentines for the Class

By Michaela Reynolds Looking for a creative Valentine for your kids to pass out to the class? Tired of all the candy that comes home on February 14th?  We’ve compiled a list of 5 creative candy-free classroom Valentines. Check it out! Takis, the fiery, chili-powdered...
This Friday is All About Community and Local Need to Knows!

This Friday is All About Community and Local Need to Knows!

By TMoM Team Member Sandy Harper In today’s Friday Finds: Noble Academy to Host Annual Community Open House Winner Chosen Next Friday! TMoM’S 2024 Choice Awards Start Soon! Volunteering this Winter Have You Signed Up for the TMoM Newsletter Yet?...
Practicing Service Learning to Enrich the Lives of Our Students & the Community

Practicing Service Learning to Enrich the Lives of Our Students & the Community

By Terrial “Terry” L. Aiken, Director of Student Life, and Jessica Beaumont, Art, Gardening, Service Learning We aspire to develop leaders who will leave HPFS and make a positive difference in our community and the world. We practice service and grow...
Building Strong Foundations: Six Tips for Supporting Children’s Mental Health

Building Strong Foundations: Six Tips for Supporting Children’s Mental Health

By Greensboro Day School As caregivers, parents, and educators, we play a crucial role in shaping the emotional well-being of the young minds in our care. Understanding and actively supporting the mental health of young children is not just a responsibility, but a...
5 Ways to Make New Year’s Resolutions as a Family

5 Ways to Make New Year’s Resolutions as a Family

By Guest Blogger Whitney Barnard There are many ways to approach the New Year. For many of us, it means to assess our lives and change something we’re unhappy with. Whether it’s our diet, exercise routine, or our tendency to procrastinate, there’s always room for...
Top 5 Ways to Take Advantage of Entertainment in 2024

Top 5 Ways to Take Advantage of Entertainment in 2024

By TMoM Team Member Dennette Bailey If you have heard the term “work smarter not harder” and thought that’s easier said than done? Then, this blog is going to help you move into 2024 easily living this statement out. Just a few key perception changes to your...
Equipping Children to Avoid Bullying

Equipping Children to Avoid Bullying

By Doug Stark of Gracie Barra Greensboro It is heart breaking to see a child struggling with bullying. The fear, anxiety, low self-esteem – bullying can have big mental, emotional and even developmental impacts. As parents, we can equip our children with confidence...
Simple Guide to Helping Your Teen Set Realistic Goals for the New Year

Simple Guide to Helping Your Teen Set Realistic Goals for the New Year

By TMoM Team Member Britney Dent The New Year is the perfect time to start fresh. If there’s any aspect of life that could be improved, setting some clear and attainable goals can help! Sometimes it’s hard for teens to set goals, especially realistic goals....
Nurturing Strength: Medical Advocacy for Your Medically Complex Child

Nurturing Strength: Medical Advocacy for Your Medically Complex Child

By Guest Blogger Marilyn Beaver Embarking on the journey of parenthood is filled with joy and hope. But for some parents, it takes an unexpected turn when they find themselves caring for a medically complex child. These children face ongoing health challenges,...
Cultivating a Welcoming & Inclusive Community at High Point Friends School

Cultivating a Welcoming & Inclusive Community at High Point Friends School

By Pamela Horn, Assistant Head of School at High Point Friends School High Point Friends School cultivates a community that is welcoming and inclusive of people from all backgrounds, perspectives and experiences.  Equality and the belief of “there is that of God in...