All moms and dads want to see their children grow up to be happy, healthy adults. However, wanting it and figuring out how to encourage them in that direction can often feel like a puzzle. Thankfully, there are some surprisingly simple answers to that conundrum
Students at Jenny Lynn Elementary in Kingston, PA created The Ralph Capristo Memorial Project to promote good citizenship through military awareness by celebrating and supporting our veterans and current servicemen and women. Ralph Capristo was a World War II veteran and a beloved member of our local community.
Being a single parent means different things to different people. For some, it’s a new beginning; for others, it signals the end of a happy chapter in life. But despite the reasons for the missing parental partner, there’s one thing most singles can agree on: it’s difficult to maintain a fitness schedule let alone focus on their own health. However, it doesn’t have to be that way.
According to research, an estimated 8 to 10 percent of American kids under the age of 18 have some type of learning disability. Learning disabilities affect a child’s school performance, their confidence, and their overall social adjustment.