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A Sad World

The craziness of “active shooters” hit close to home when our daughter had to be evacuated from Gannett Headquarters yesterday as SWAT and first responders moved in. Thankfully it was a false alarm. But, with the debate over people’s 2nd … Continue reading

Help Keep Our Children Healthy

Voice Your Support of “The Medical Exemption Only Bill” A.2371A/S.2994A Does not take anyone’s rights away. If parents don’t want to immunize their children, this bill will not change their freedom to make that uninformed choice. This bill just insists that if … Continue reading

Measles Cases Top 1000

The CDC reports 1,001 cases of measles in 2019. This is the highest number since 1992 when 2,126 cases were reported. Thankfully there are no new cases in Monroe County. The MMR vaccine is highly effective at preventing the disease. … Continue reading

Keep your kids reading this summer.

Understood.org has some great resources for parents and students. It just posted some wonderful reading lists for “reluctant readers” and other activities to help prevent “summer brain drain.” Check it out at: https://www.understood.org/en/school-learning/learning-at-home/encouraging-reading-writing/summer-reading-lists