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National Haiku Poetry Day

by Linda Chuvala Haiku is one of the oldest written forms of poetry.  Originating in Japan, Haiku is a mood poem that does not use metaphors or simile...

Opening Day

By Helen Headrick Ah, baseball.  The advent of the season brings a release from winter’s hold, the promise of blue skies and warm days.  It doesn’t ma...

World Water Day

By Gabrielle Corley Water is essential to health, food production, and life as we know it.  In our part of the world, water is everywhere. Our city li...

Who wants Pi?

What’s your favorite– apple? Cherry? How about pizza?  March 14th is Pi Day and classrooms around the country will be celebrating with pie, not ...

Celebrate Diversity With Us?

By Gabrielle Corley From its very beginnings, America has been a nation of immigrants, with ideals that strive for tolerance and equality regardless o...