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Dear Public School Mom

Most of you reading this are new to homeschooling and have been thrown into faster than you can catch your breath & I don’t blame you for feeling overwhelmed, unqualified, and unprepared. I felt that way when I heard God call me to homeschool my kiddos & I had the time to sit down and…

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As you know, spring break is now three weeks long. And I, for one, do not want my little guy to backtrack on his reading skills. So we are reading A LOT! I am reading out loud, dad is reading out loud, we are watching celebrities read out loud, and of course, our first grader…

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Homeschooling is not for the faint of heart and with spring breaks being extended and some schools closing having a little help is okay! Here are some awesome school services that are being offered for free during the outbreak. Free Online Services Wonderopolis®  Invites children to explore intriguing questions about the world around us. The…

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Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) season is in full swing! Whether you’re a college student, a high school senior or you’re seeking financial aid for your college-age child, it’s time to fill out those forms. The rules and deadlines can be confusing, but we’re here to help. We have answered all your questions…

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It’s baaaack!!!! I’m so excited to share we’re sponsoring this for a second year – here’s all the update details for 2020. One of the biggest changes from last year? MORE prizes = more money for your kids and your schools!! Basics? Texoma Community Credit Union (TCCU) and TexomaWithKids.com are hosting and sponsoring the first…

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Ah, summer! It’s the season of fireworks and fireflies, road trips and rocky road ice cream, baseball and beach balls, flip-flops and ice pops.  But, just as you’re settling into the laid-back summer routine, retailers start rolling out their back-to-school displays, which may open that pit of dread into your stomach. Supply lists. New clothing.…

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9 Ways for Kids to Make Money

The best way to teach a child financial responsibility is by encouraging her to earn and manage money on her own. As the weather warms and summer nears, there are many opportunities for your kids to pull in some extra money.  If money-making is not on your children’s minds, you may need to direct them…

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Lemonade Day This Saturday!

This Saturday is Lemonade Day! 2019 is the fifth year that Lemonade Day has come to Wichita Falls and the second year I have been apart of it through TCCU‘s sponsorship of the program. I am so excited for tomorrow! I cannot wait to see the lemonade stands all over town and see all the…

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Principal For A Day in WFISD

I’m a couple of weeks late on sharing this, but on April 4 I had the honor of serving as a Principal for a Day at Franklin Elementary. This is part of a district-wide program that allows community leaders a day to look inside what’s really going on in our schools. As a member of…

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