Monthly Archives: May 2013

A Tale of Two Teachers

This Post over at oregonlive made me weep at my desk today. It’s a heartwarming story about the impact of our teachers on our kids. Well, one teacher on one kid, but it shows how the influence can be passed … Continue reading

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Vegetarian School Lunches?

How would you feel if PPS only offered vegetarian lunches (or breakfasts) to your kids? Straight from the pages of Parent’s Magazine (ok, from their facebook page), comes an article sure to intrigue you: Should Kids Eat a Vegetarian Lunch. … Continue reading

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Library News

Just in time for the summer reading program, the library hours have been restored- including Monday hours! Check for your branch hours here. This is great news- too often as services are cut we don’t see them return; wading pools, … Continue reading

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Free Children’s eBooks

Mother’s Day is right around the corner. Have you made any plans? If you use a e-Reader, you might be looking for some free e-Books. While these books at Project Gutenberg are “older” there are still some great titles to … Continue reading

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Fluoride in the Water

Clever graphics and Portland Mercury’s blog won’t change your mind if you’re already set in your decision. But if you’re on the fence or if only one thing keeps you from deciding for Flouridation in the water (for me it … Continue reading

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