This Month’s Moon Quotient is a list of all of the best questions from your favorite summer time topics and the ones that will help you solve a problem.
The first week of summer has come and gone with a vengeance, and with it come many questions about the new school year in general and what’s in store for our students and the school district. The questions in this monthly article should help you get a handle on things and give you ideas for summer projects, but if you have a question that isn’t on the list, feel free to post it in the comments.
This has been a wonderful summer as many schools have held open houses and information fairs. While it’s nice to see more of our kids out there, I’m also glad that the district has been able to take back the “no kids” policy. While our district still allows children to attend school, they are still required to be accompanied by someone. In this age of instant communication, you can easily get lost in a crowd.
One of the things that I think is very positive about the open houses is that it means more parents are willing to take time away from the kids during the event to come and see their kids. I know that this is not always the case, but open houses are a great way to see all your kids during one event. If you have kids that live in your district, I would highly recommend having them attend these open houses.
One of the things that really gets me about open houses is that it is a chance for parents to meet their kids. I think this is a good thing, but we have to be careful that we don’t force these parents to meet their kids. I know many parents that come and spend a lot of time with their kids before the open house. But once they get home, we have to be vigilant to make sure they aren’t trying to meet them, or at all.
This is something that many parents forget about. The open house is a chance to have their kids in the same rooms as their parents. If you have a child with the same interests as your parents, then the open house is a great chance for you to meet them. But the moment you try to meet them, you’re setting yourself up for failure.
You can take a look at a bunch of things in the open house trailer.
For instance, Colt’s parents are shown in the trailer showing off their two daughters, but their kids are nowhere to be seen. If that’s the case, it means they have other people that can spend the whole day with them. Of course, they could be in the same room as their parents but still, not in the same room.