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News, alerts, notices and the events calendar are posted in the Lunchbox Gazette.

School closures due to weather can be found on Channels 2, 4 and 5, and on Twitter.

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Grace Reinhart Sachs is living the only life she ever wanted for herself, devoted to her husband, a pediatric oncologist at a major cancer hospital, their young son, Henry, and the patients she sees in her therapy practice. Grace is also the author of the forthcoming You Should Have Known, a book in which she castigates women for not valuing their intuition and calls upon them to pay attention to their first impressions of men.

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Ms. Mary Nell was having the children push up their sleeves under their smocks. Cece says, “I’ve already go up sleeves on.”

“While we try to teach children all about life, our children teach us what life is all about.” – Angela Schwindt

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Understanding Behavior
from Smarter Parenting
 

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Family of the Month

THE MUSES

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Understanding the ABCs of behavior will help you know how to best teach your child new behaviors. Children move through behaviors in three stages: Antecedent (before), Behavior (during), and Consequences (afterward). Children can change their behaviors during any of these stages but the approach is the same. The lessons on Smarter Parenting are designed to help in all stages of child behaviors. It is important for a parent to identify which lesson is most effective at what time to optimize the greatest change in behavior for you child. This chart helps you determine what skill you should use and when. As with most things, addressing problems before they occur (if possible) is always best. If not, parents have options on what to do when negative behavior happens.

 

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