Reading to children gives educators and students an opportunity to stay connected

Reading to Children Gives Educators and Students an Opportunity to Stay Connected

As the new year begins, and with it the hope of returning to learning in-person, new traditions like “Tuck-In Tuesdays” will remain a loving tribute the good things that came from the challenges of 2020.

COVID-19: Schools must meet community needs by offering choice in education

We have relied on creativity to find new and innovative ways to deliver lessons, to keep students engaged and to still build a community in a virtual learning landscape.

St. Cloud Charter School Prepares for In-Person Learning

With about a week to go before the first day of classes, one St. Cloud charter school is preparing to welcome the majority of their students back in person.

Athlos Academy of St. Cloud Honors Veterans

Athlos Academy of St. Cloud recently held a Veterans Day program for Athlos families and the community in honor of the brave men and women who’ve served in our country’s military.

Building Community Starts with Schools

When thinking about culture within a school, the focus is often on students, staff and parents, and does not take into account the larger community. If our goal as educators is to help shape students into citizens who are active in contributing to society, not finding ways to create a school culture that includes the larger community is a mistake that needs to be addressed.