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By Progressive Rising Phoenix Press
Meet beautiful little Pearle; though she can not walk, she can fly with ease

By Casten's Key to Learning
The Casten Family, owners of Mama Bracelets, expands their talents to include tutoring!!

By Nancy Larson Science Foundation
Education-based foundation awards scholarships to hardworking students studying elementary education

By Time Timer LLC
Cincinnati, OH (December 4, 2013)—Learning® magazine is proud to honor Time Timer PLUS® from Time Timer, LLC, as a winner of the 2014 Teachers’ Choice Award for the Classroom.

By Beatin' Path Publications, LLC - Music That Works!
Sandy Lantz and Gretchen Wahlberg's new follow-up of their best-selling book Drum it Up! Here are some favorite children's books, all readily available, presented with Orff process lesson plans, songs, games, and activities.

By Kells Academy
Yasmeen Dajani and Clarisa Rengel, Grade 11 students of Kells Academy, took first place at the Aristotle Cup, hosted by the Marianopolis College Debating Society.

By Jumpstart
Personal Finance Teachers will meet in Washington in November

By Woodland PTA
Come run with an OLYMPIAN Coby Miller will be running and signing T-shirts at the Sandy Springs Sprint!!!

By Old Line Publishing
Author and high school English teacher, Todd Day, uses his literary charm and writing abilities to incorporate the fundamental lessons of life with jovial poetry that drives readers, both youth and adult, to make the most with what life has to offer.

By SinisterSoft Limited
ReportComplete 2013 from SinisterSoft is now available. In just six years since its initial launch in 2008, an incredible 1,350 schools and 12,050 teachers regularly use it to create and edit end of term student reports.

By Princeton Montessori School
Princeton Montessori will host an Open House showcasing its Elementary and Middle School programs on Wednesday, December 5, 2012, at 9 AM.

By St. Catherine Laboure' School
St. Catherine Laboure’ School hosts gourmet food trucks to help raise money for underprivilegded students

By Princeton Montessori School
Princeton Montessori School announces the Nancy McCormick Rambusch Tuition Award for new students entering in second through sixth grades. The award covers up to 50% of the program fees through eighth grade.

By Deanna James
Miss International 2011 Ciji Dodds will visit with students and families at The Watson Hall School in Baltimore, Maryland as they kick off the new year with their inaugural “International Night – Celebrating Cultural Diversity” event.

By Tammi Knorr
Sunbury Press has released the illustrated children's book "Over the Sea" advocating an awareness of water ecology. The book contains activities for elementary-level class rooms.

By Ryan Nurmela
QuantumCamp LLC, a leader in science education for middle school students in the Bay Area, has developed a new program specifically for elementary school students called QuantumKids, offering 60 hours per year of hands-on science for young children.

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By Progressive Rising Phoenix Press
Meet beautiful little Pearle; though she can not walk, she can fly with ease

By Casten's Key to Learning
The Casten Family, owners of Mama Bracelets, expands their talents to include tutoring!!

By Nancy Larson Science Foundation
Education-based foundation awards scholarships to hardworking students studying elementary education

By Time Timer LLC
Cincinnati, OH (December 4, 2013)—Learning® magazine is proud to honor Time Timer PLUS® from Time Timer, LLC, as a winner of the 2014 Teachers’ Choice Award for the Classroom.

By Beatin' Path Publications, LLC - Music That Works!
Sandy Lantz and Gretchen Wahlberg's new follow-up of their best-selling book Drum it Up! Here are some favorite children's books, all readily available, presented with Orff process lesson plans, songs, games, and activities.

By Kells Academy
Yasmeen Dajani and Clarisa Rengel, Grade 11 students of Kells Academy, took first place at the Aristotle Cup, hosted by the Marianopolis College Debating Society.

By Jumpstart
Personal Finance Teachers will meet in Washington in November

By Woodland PTA
Come run with an OLYMPIAN Coby Miller will be running and signing T-shirts at the Sandy Springs Sprint!!!

By Old Line Publishing
Author and high school English teacher, Todd Day, uses his literary charm and writing abilities to incorporate the fundamental lessons of life with jovial poetry that drives readers, both youth and adult, to make the most with what life has to offer.

By Gladwyne Montessori
Fourteen 4th - 7th graders are traveling from Scotland to England on a 10-day journey abroad as part of the Elementary and Middle School cultural studies program, which allows students to focus on a broad historic period over an entire school year.

By Arborland Montessori Children's Academy
Arborland Montessori Children’s Academy is holding its annual International Culture Day on April 4, 2013 for the Valencia Campus, and April 5, 2013 for the Hughes Campus.

By SinisterSoft Limited
ReportComplete 2013 from SinisterSoft is now available. In just six years since its initial launch in 2008, an incredible 1,350 schools and 12,050 teachers regularly use it to create and edit end of term student reports.

By Waldorf School of the Peninsula
This exhibition-style event will feature student academic work in the sciences, math, humanities and languages as well as present an array of offerings in music, Eurythmy and the fine and practical arts.

By Arborland Montessori Children's Academy
Arborland Montessori Children’s Academy is celebrating its 25th anniversary this school year, and to commemorate these wonderful years of educational excellence, the school dedicated its Winter Recital to a variety of children’s literature.

By Princeton Montessori School
Princeton Montessori will host an Open House showcasing its Elementary and Middle School programs on Wednesday, December 5, 2012, at 9 AM.

By St. Catherine Laboure' School
St. Catherine Laboure’ School hosts gourmet food trucks to help raise money for underprivilegded students

By Princeton Montessori School
Princeton Montessori School announces the Nancy McCormick Rambusch Tuition Award for new students entering in second through sixth grades. The award covers up to 50% of the program fees through eighth grade.

By PRMG
Elementary and middle-school students apply creativity and science to the study of food safety in the 2011 FIRST LEGO League season

By Kathryn Marmion
Princeton Montessori School will hold an Open House for interested parents of children from eight weeks through Middle School on Sunday January 29, 2012, from 2:00PM to 4:00PM.

By Deanna James
Miss International 2011 Ciji Dodds will visit with students and families at The Watson Hall School in Baltimore, Maryland as they kick off the new year with their inaugural “International Night – Celebrating Cultural Diversity” event.

By Mackin Educational Resources
Mackin Educational Resources has developed two free BookTalk Now! webcasts highlighting the newest titles from the Fall season.

By Tammi Knorr
Sunbury Press has released the illustrated children's book "Over the Sea" advocating an awareness of water ecology. The book contains activities for elementary-level class rooms.

By Ryan Nurmela
QuantumCamp LLC, a leader in science education for middle school students in the Bay Area, has developed a new program specifically for elementary school students called QuantumKids, offering 60 hours per year of hands-on science for young children.

By Arborland Montessori Children's Acadedmy
Relish the last few days of summer with Arborland Montessori Children’s Academy, as they host a Family Movie Night this Saturday, July 30. Complimentary popcorn and drinks will also be available at the event.

By The Sagemont School
Elementary School Administrators at The Sagemont School, a college prep school serving cities including Weston, Davie, Miramar and Plantation in Broward County, Florida, kissed a pig as culmination of a school wide Accelerated Reader Challenge.

By EngageSimply
Borough President’s Diaz, Markowitz and Stringer come together to celebrate the efforts of NYC elementary schools who have made nutrition and physical activity a primary part of their school culture

By Adsoka
Every classroom will incorporate premier music instruction in 2011-2012 school year

By Jay A. Alpert
Announced today, Advantages Online Private School has renewed academic partnerships for the 2011-2012 school year, including schools in Nevada, Oklahoma, Washington and Oregon.

By Cedarcrest Academy
The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis Designates Cedarcrest Academy a Catholic School

By O'Block Books
For the first time Cicero: History Beyond the Textbook is available for retail sale to teachers, tutors, and homeschoolers exclusively at O'Block Books Educational Materials.

By Howard Michael Bricker
Teacher's advice lead to "Christmas Santa Had No Beard" book getting published.

By Carrie Hotchkiss
Princeton Montessori School's 1st and 2nd graders put on an original musical all about the rules of friendship and school

By Frances Wilhelm
LitLife, a nationally recognized organization dedicated to innovative approaches to literacy education, announced today a main goal of helping schools ensure common core compliance by 2015 in the areas of reading and writing.

By Design Seedling, Inc.
Learn to count with chisenbop! iPad app now available in iTunes.

By Samantha Scott
Elementary school students raise over $6k for March of Dimes through the charity's WalkMania fundraiser events.

By Arborland Montessori
Travel around the world in two days with the students of Arborland Montessori Children’s Academy at their International Culture Day! Event is free and open to the public. For more information: (714) 871-3111 or (714) 871-2311

By Wordwaves.com
Add a new tool to help teach your students - Wordwaves.com helps students learn

By TLC Improv, LLC
Improv Shows and Workshops for kids ages 6 to 14 are great for school events and assemblies.

By Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida, Inc.
Elementary students in Cape Coral collect donations in a "Good To Go" drive to benefit their community and Goodwill, spurring 11 additional schools to partner with Goodwill . Resale of the items will generate revenue for the agency.

By Design Seedling, Inc.
Design Seedling, Inc, a user experience design consultancy, recently unveiled Count Your Peas, the company’s first iPad app for kids.

By Carpenter Creative Solutions
Professional Auctioneer and Outdoor Guide, Grant Putnam is the auctioneer for this event in support of Alberta Rider Elementary School. Alberta Rider is a public school in the Tigard-Tualatin School District.

By Pantego Christian Academy
Forty students from Pantego Christian Academy have been named 2010 Lone Star State Scholars joining over 1900 other students from across Texas who were recognized as well-rounded individuals who excel in the classroom as well as in their community.

By Maria Ackermann
The Sagemont School in Broward Florida created a “healthy living” themed community service event to help raise funds for the construction of a soccer field for children in need.

By Packaged Facts
Federal food programs and student loans are revenue bulwarks that have helped soften the recessionary blow on educational foodservice, as they have helped shield it from swoons in discretionary spending.

By Hulafrog
Kids can create ornaments out of recycled or natural materials at upcoming workshops at either Poricy Park or The Monmouth Museum.

By Hulafrog
The Red Bank, NJ area is full of fabulously festive Holiday events this weekend. Here's how you can fit them all in.

By Butterball, LLC
Garner Elementary Schools Receive Visit From Turkey Producer and Mascot

By Hulafrog
Disney Live! Mickey's Magic Show starts tonight at the Izod Center in East Rutherford, NJ

By Cool Pencil Case
New innovative fundraiser for schools, church groups, day cares, teams and more. Earn 20% with a simple link on your website. Great product: Cute and Different School Supplies.

By Hulafrog
Fair Haven, NJ's Small Factory Productions is hosting Friday night movies for kids ages 6-12.



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