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Spring Break: Important Information for Your Student
Whether they’re staying on campus, going to the beach or heading somewhere more—or less—exotic, your student is probably getting excited about spring break, which is a little more than a week from today. Last year, more than 700 students registered to stay on campus over spring break, so your student will not be alone if ... Continue reading →
#TechTipThursday: Monitoring Online Behavior
Online interaction has grown exponentially over the past two decades, and it will continue to grow as technology becomes more ingrained in our lives. Though as anyone who has spent time on the internet can attest, online communication can be aggressive and hostile. As part of our senior research project, Christian Reifsteck and I examined ... Continue reading →
Hello world!
Welcome to Longwood Blogs. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!
Hello world!
Welcome to Longwood Blogs. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!
Read Alouds- Where Connections are Made
Below is an audio recording of Pete the Cat: Too Cool for School, which is the book I chose for my class Read Aloud. by: Kimberly and James Dean The reading level of the book is kindergarten, but I would read it to my first or second graders just as a reminder to be themselves. The aspects ... Continue reading →
Beginners Guide to Traveling to Spain
Spain is an interesting and diverse country to visit. There are different foods, different cultures to see. Everyone in Spain is different from one another, they are especially different from Americans. In America, our government, food, social life, and more is different from the way people in Spain do and run things. Of course, if ... Continue reading →
Catching up with an old friend
For my first blog post, I could think of no one better to interview than my old friend Nicolas "Nico" Ramos Hermoso. I got to know Nico from my days at Rustburg High School, where he was a foreign exchange student, and we were also teammates on the soccer field. He hails from Madrid, Spain ... Continue reading →
VAASL Conference 2018 - Gearing Up for the Future
I had an amazing time at the VAASL conference in Williamsburg. This was the first conference I have been able to attend. There were so many great sessions over the two days I was there. A lot of the sessions focused on makerspaces and creating a culture of reading in the school. I enjoyed the ... Continue reading →