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Small Steps and Giant Leaps

Today has been very hot for us so my planned morning ride didn’t happen – it was too hot for me and it would have been unfair on the ponies too.  332 more words


Day 91: Let The Odds Be Ever In Your Favor...

So there comes a time during the summer break where post secondary students must buckle down and actually think about the upcoming school year.

It surprisingly enough is not the last week of summer, nor is it orientation day… No, folks, I’m talking about the full out day of destruction that is course registration. 503 more words


Aging out and the IEP- Individualized Education Plan

So as the current school year is coming to a close, and preparations are already underway for the upcoming year, many of you may have encountered or are about to encounter the infamous IEP meeting. 891 more words


Jumping and Being Eaten Alive!

On Wednesday we jumped for the first time in ages.  We started very small as Galahad can get rather over excited and we hadn’t played with the tyres before. 276 more words

All kids deserve the best, wherever they grow up

Linda Cliatt-Wayman has spent her career working in low-income, low-performing schools — the same Philly schools she grew up in. She has developed a thick skin and a tough attitude … laced with fierce love for her students. 584 more words

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