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Seven Essential Strengths of Resilient Kids

Published: 04/23/21
By: Dr. Michele Borba
Seven Essential Strengths of Resilient Kids

Today’s kids are the smartest and most driven on record. But many of them are also the loneliest, most stressed, most risk-averse, and most depressed. And that was before the pandemic. A year of COVID-driven fear and isolation has worsened the mental health of many of our young people. And yet [Read More]

 

Traveling to South Florida? Check This Out!

Published: 04/23/21
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex - Rocket Garden

As traditional spring gardens enter full bloom throughout the country,¬†Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex¬†welcomes a new addition to its own, iconic Rocket Garden. The United Launch Alliance¬†(ULA) Delta II rocket recently ‚Äútook root‚ÄĚ to preserve the legacy of the space craft that fostered the Global Positioning System and galvanized the [Read More]

 

School News from the Alabama School of Math and Science

Published: 04/16/21
ASMS-becomes-one-of-the-only-Cognia-STEM-Certified-High-Schools-in-Alabama

ASMS Senior Selected for Early Medical School Acceptance Program at UAB  Congratulations to senior Matthew Blevins for being selected for the EMSAP (early medical school acceptance program) at UAB. He was one of only 15 students selected from more than 400 applicants. Upon graduation from UAB, he will have guaranteed acceptance into the UAB [Read More]

 

How to Overcome Sleep Problems with Down Syndrome

Published: 04/16/21
By: Jennifer Walker-Journey
Sleep Guide for Down Syndrome Problems

Down syndrome is the most common chromosomal disorder diagnosed in the United States, affecting about 6,000 babies born each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). According to the CDC, Down syndrome is an incurable, genetic disorder that occurs when an extra chromosome develops while a fetus is [Read More]

 

POP Teen Parishioner in the News

Published: 04/07/21
By: Courtesy of Prince of Peace Catholic School
Katherine Smith - POP School Graduate

Katherine Smith, POP School graduate and parishioner, has started a company called ‚ÄúDoodles Designs 4 U‚ÄĚ that produces and sells dog bandannas and matching hair scrunchies for their owners. Katherine loved dressing her Goldendoodle dog Sadie and thought that others would enjoy coordinating dog/owner accessories, too.¬† She started her online [Read More]

 

Struggling with Learning During the Pandemic?

Published: 04/07/21
By: Richard Rusczyk
Struggling with Learning During the Pandemic

Q&A with Richard Rusczyk, the founder of AoPS Q: What can parents do to make sure their kids aren’t falling behind right now? Stay informed and establish routines to keep your kids from falling behind.  Whatever you or your children’s schools are doing right now, you’ll need to check in a [Read More]

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