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Middle School Elite Marketing & Event Director, Carl Winfree shares details of his excitingew job position, MSE National Select Team and upcoming Boys & Girls camps, combines and tournaments. Also, listen to previous recorded episodes in our archive.We've broadcasted using blogtalkradio.com, since 2010 resulting in four years of experience with Live internet - radio. Dont' miss our next media airwave.
Greetings! Join me, Doctor Dayciaa C. Smith, for a beneficial back-to-school episode of Divine Experience on Sunday, July 27, 2014 @ 3:00 p.m. CST. I will give personal updates, talk about P.O.I.s for the week and share my shopping suggestion list of the top twelve bargain places for the impending school year. Our featured topic is on having a "spiritual school supply kit." Whether there's a fearful first-grader, a frantic freshman or a confident college student, this collection of divine principles and practices should be securely in tow wherever you go to foster wisdom, cultivate skills and talents, and most importantly to give glory to our Creator, Who is the Originator of all that is good, right and just. Tune in; this is must-hear show for the upocming school days.
THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL NURSES, NASN
The 21st CENTURY SCHOOL NURSE
with NASN Executive Director Donna Mazyck and NASN Board President Carolyn Duff
CORRECTION WITHIN THE SHOW: Donna mentioned the community service project during the NASN conference. Ms Mazyck wants you to know that the bags for the community service project were donated by Dave Pullias from School Nurse Supply.
Join Your Internet Radio Minister for this week's edition of the Sunday School lesson review. All lessons are derived from the International Uniform Sunday School Lessons; all scripture passages are from The Authorized King James Version of the Holy Bible (unless otherwise noted).
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Welcome to Lenning School Watch! Your host Diane Lenning has been an educator for over 30 years, teaching in public high schools and the CA Youth Authority, teaching many subjects such as history, English, math, science, music, and driver education. Have you wanted to learn English or other languages? On our show, we read books in English and several other languages such as Spanish, Thai, Laos, Chinese, Swahili, Vietnamese, Arabic, and Urdu. We hope to add other languages as well. We use various methods for you to hear and practice English and other languages through prayer, music, meditation, following along in reading, listening, and speaking. You can listen to our archived shows 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at your convenience. You can listen on Face book or on the internet through your computer. To find our show, type at the top of your computer http://www.blogtalkradio.com/diane-lenning. Once you locate the page, scroll down and click to start a show of your choice. Radio shows are posted after each recording to Facebook at www.facebook.com/diane.lenning Diane shares the microphone with co-hosts Nancy, John, Quy, Esther, John Paul and others, who interpret English for listeners around the world. Please enjoy the rest of the song, then we will begin! We hope you will enjoy the show!
[After song finishes.] Welcome to Lenning School Watch! This is Diane Lenning your host coming to you LIVE from the United States of America! It is such a joy to be with you! Wherever you are listening from, it's so great we can connect through blogtalkradio! You can email Diane at: email@example.com Please enjoy the show!
As we get ready to say goodbye to the lazy days of summer, it's time to turn our attention to the new school year. According to a new back-to-school survey by Accenture, a majority of parents plan to spend more on their children's back-to-school shopping this year, driven by rising costs or necessity rather than greater spending power.
The survey finds that 67% of parents plan to spend between $100 and $500 and 41 percent plan to spend $500 or more for back-to-school shopping this year. One-third of parents spending more plan to increase their spending by $250 or more. Among the reasons given for the spending increase, 71 percent cited higher prices and 56 percent cited increased school requirements. Startling, nearly one in five parents said they will spend more in order to help their children "keep up with their friends."
It's not hard to blow your family budget when it comes to fulfilling the needs (and wants) of our children – particularly when retailers have eye-catching aisles of back-to-school supplies just waiting to picked up by anxious students. On today’s episode of Your Money, Your Matters, we will discuss the importance of planning and budgeting for back-to-school. We’ll offer tips on how to cut costs, and stay on budget.
Your Money. Your Matters is a weekly show broadcasting every Tuesday from 11 a.m. to noon Central Time. The program features radio personalities Linda Webb-Mañon and Rick Grady, Cornerstone Credit Union League; Courtney Moran, Cornerstone Credit Union Foundation, and Todd Mark, Consumer Credit Counseling Services.
Thoughtout the the years of 14 years or so that I, Darnell Glover, Chairman of the Hearst Elementary School's Local School Council has been a member there has been many misunderstanding in the duties of the Local School Councils.and its nature.
Join us tonight for another round of School Dance Fancalls. At 7:15pm Eastern Standard Time we have Bobb'e J Thompson. Join us for some hilarious stories about the fans favorite part of the Nick Cannon Produced and Directed School Dance. Its the funniest movie of the year.
There is much discussion about the role that mental health issues have played in schools and communities that have been impacted by recent college campus shootings and other school shootings.
On this week's Know-It-All: The ABCs of Education, join us for an informative conversation with George Washington University Associate Professor of Counseling, Dr. Sam Steen. School counselors address mental health issues that arise and also support students' healthy social, emotional, and academic development.With his expertise and research on group counseling, Dr. Steen has identified key counseling strategies, particularly group counseling, that can produce positive outcomes for individuals inside schools and in communities as a whole. Dr. Steen will share with us his enlightening perspective on the benefits and necessity of having counselors and other mental health professionals in the school environment.
Host Allison R. Brown is a civil rights attorney and President of Allison Brown Consulting (ABC), which creates education equity plans and promotes equity in education.
When parents advocate for better education for their children, some school administrators may take their complaints as a personal attack, what happens when school officials and parents are at odds? Local School Council parent leader Reva Brown tells her story and raises the question: When school officials attack parents who fight for better education, what are we really teaching our children?