This week, I've been thinking about parent teacher associations. As the school year is coming to a close, there is no doubt a lot of fundraising going on. And as you may have guessed, my daughter's PTA is in full action mode. Somehow I got included in an email chain that began in March (perhaps … Continue reading Observations from a silent PTA mom
Last weekend, I stepped out into the cold and took some photos of my alma mater before they tear it down in March for a major renovation project. This is a big project that ironically the company that I currently work for is working on, and it's going to change many lives. So I wanted … Continue reading Madison High School
As a newly immigrated adolescent in the late '90s, I attended a public middle school, then went on to a public high school. It may have been 15 years ago since I graduated from high school, but I can remember a particular teacher named Mr. Harvard, who taught choir and band (RIP, Mr. Harvard) and … Continue reading The most distressed profession in America, according to NYT & Time
In response to Sarah DeWitt’s Ted Talk It feels like ages ago, but when I was pregnant with James, my second child, I had a bad case of fatigue. I felt like it plagued me all throughout the pregnancy. Day in and day out, I was tired. Perhaps it was because I was working nights … Continue reading Let’s screen in for screen time
how early literacy is important, and as it promotes vocabulary development in children.