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10 Things I Wish Someone Told Me About Homeschooling

You’re thinking about homeschooling, aren’t you? Don’t be shy. I see you looking. Whether you’re new to homeschooling, toying with the idea of homeschooling, or seeking to support a homeschooling family, you’re undoubtedly curious. I’ll let you in on a secret: there’s a huge learning curve associated with homeschooling, and it’s not what you’re thinking. It […]

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Proud to be on the PTA

We’ve all seen the movie Bad Moms, right? The one about the moms who are doing the best they can to get by only to be utterly shamed by the Parent Teacher Association (PTA) queen bees for their lack of perfection and involvement? Right, so I’ll admit, it didn’t do much for the stereotype that […]

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Midsouth Business & School Closures | January 6, 2017

Updated 6:05am 2017-01-06 via WREG. Metro Schools Achievement School District: Closed Arlington Comm. Schools: Closed Bartlett City Schools: Closed Collierville Schools: Closed DeSoto Co. Schools: Closed Fayette Academy: Closed Germantown Municipal Schools: Closed Hutchison School School: Closed; College Parent Event as planned Lakeland School System: Closed Lausanne School: Closed Marion School District: Closed Marshall Co. Schools: […]

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There’s a New Pre-K Program Coming to Town! {Evangelical Christian School}

This post is sponsored by Evangelical Christian School, however all the opinions  expressed are 100% genuine and ours. One of the most common questions we get at Memphis Moms Blog is from parents looking for a pre-K program for their little ones. When looking for a program, we know it’s important to not only grow […]

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8 Tips for the Mom Who is a Student

I started college in 2004 and finished in 2014. Sorry to disappoint you, but I’m not a doctor. Instead, I took a 7-year hiatus. At first it was a permanent decision. I had no intentions of returning to school after the one measly semester I endured. But after a turn of events, I decided that […]

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Dear Teachers, You Matter

All of a sudden, here I am in the middle of my kitchen bawling like a big fat sad cry baby.  We had one of those nights where everything was going wrong.  Practice for my 6-year-old ran late, in the rain and he was crying because he didn’t want what I had fixed for dinner that […]

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When the Classroom Doesn’t Cut It

We’ve told you previously about Pathways In Education, and how their programs are tailored to fit the needs of any high schooler looking to recover course credit from falling behind, or who would like to get ahead and possibly graduate early. We recently dove a little deeper, though, and discovered more ways that Pathways In Education […]

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Is There a Box-Top on This?

Fall of 2015 I was a fresh faced (except for the ever flowing tears) mom of a shiny, new kindergartner.  We were both excited for his first year of school!  He was excited for new friends, a big playground to visit everyday, and getting chocolate milk, again, everyday.  I was excited for him making new […]

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