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Teaching Children Emotional Resilience

Frank Schofield, superintendent, Logan City School District ONE OF THE great lessons of the film Inside Out is that our emotions can be complicated. For most people, adults and children, each day includes a mix of negative and positive experiences. How we manage the...

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Celebrate Valentine’s Day as a Family

Emily Buckley, editor in chief AT FIRST THOUGHT, Valentine’s Day may be considered a romantic holiday, intended for couples to express their love for one another, but it is also a wonderful opportunity for parents and families to share the love all around. Here are...

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Supplements to Take During Pregnancy

Shaun Klomp, pharmacy technician, Spence's Pharmacy THE NUTRITIONAL NEEDS of a pregnant woman are critical for the ultimate health and development of her child. Not only is her nutrition important for the child while she is pregnant, but this nutritional foundation...

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2020 Family Meal Tips:

Tara Bone, contributing writer IT'S THE QUESTION every parent hears, every day of the year: “What’s for dinner?” You know it’s coming, and some days you’re prepared with a dazzling dinner sure to please the toughest pint-size critic, but some days you want to hide....

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An Exchange of Courage

Eight Visiting High School Students and Their Local Host Families Share Their Perspectives Jenny Mathews, contributing writer "YOU'RE HOSTING AN exchange student for how long?!” This has been a common response when others learn we decided to welcome a teenager from...

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Theatre Appreciation for the Whole Family

Jonathan Rash, theatre educator, Sky View High School and operations officer, Four Seasons Theater Company AS A DIRECTOR, actor, and theatre educator, I am submerged daily in theatre; I eat, sleep, and breathe it. Often, I forget that other people’s lives are not as...

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The ABCs of Digital Safety

Emily Buckley, editor in chief ONE OF THE current generations of parents’ greatest worries is rightfully that of the dangers lurking online. Predators don’t have to be in the same room, city, or even country to harm your child. Sadly, we, as parents, have to be aware...

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Enriching Education, Developing Minds

the Benefits of Arts in Cache County Schools Corinne Clarkson, public information intern, Cache County School District CACHE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT, (CCSD), known statewide for its students’ strong academic achievement, places great value on its visual and performing...

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Understanding Eye Dilation

Michael Cole, OD, Child and Family Eye Care Center EYE CARE PROVIDERS are often asked about dilated eye exams. Is it important? What are the side effects? Can I drive home afterward? Does it cost extra? The short answer is that eye health examinations are just as...

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The Seeholzer Family Legacy: Ski the Beav

Emily Buckley, editor in chief WALK INTO THE Beaver Mountain ticket office on a blizzardy day in January and two things will be sure: you’ll see a lot of happy skiers ready to spend the day on “their” mountain, and Marge Seeholzer will be greeting them. “It’s my...

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Five Tips to Say Active This Winter

Victoria Smith, certified personal trainer, Sports Academy and Racquet Club AS WE EMBARK on a new year, remember to take time for yourself. A happy healthy body leads to a happy healthy life. Choose now to invest in yourself. As you follow the following simple steps...

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Beat the Winter Doldrums with Simple, Kid- Approved Crafts

Cami Graham, contributing writer, tidbits-cami.com WE ARE ALL feeling it: The ache and longing for sunshine, longer days, and perhaps a little freedom from the drudgery of schedules. The term “caged animals” comes to mind. I know what we all need … a fun family...

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