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4 Ways to Teach Your Kids To Be Kind

Today is Social Media Kindness Day, and coming up this weekend is World Kindness Day, so our team at Resurrection Christian School in Loveland thought it would be a great week to talk about the importance of teaching our children to be kind. In today’s world, a little bit of kindness can go a long…

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RCS Freshman Honored with a Youth Impact Award

If you haven’t heard about Galaxy Cookies, you’re missing out. Daniela Ortiz, a freshman at Resurrection Christian School in Loveland, started baking cookies for kids’ cancer research when she was in the 3rd grade. Since then, her fundraising efforts have exploded, and she has raised nearly $42,000 and counting. Keep reading to learn more about…

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“Rainbow Fentanyl”: Should You Be Worried About Your Kids Trick-or-Treating?

As we near the end of October, you may have heard about the dangerous and disturbing fentanyl crisis spreading across the United States. Many stories and news reports have described victims who simply picked a dollar or piece of paper off the ground, only to find that it was laced with enough of the dangerous…

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4 Ways to Do Your Part in Preventing Bullying in Schools

October is National Bullying Prevention month, and as a Christian school in Loveland, we couldn’t let the month pass us by without opening a discussion about how important it is to ensure that our schools are free of bullies and our students are safe and protected. We want our students, teachers, parents, and staff to…

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Talking to Your Child About Mental Health

As our kids get older and more and more independent, it can become increasingly difficult to have conversations with them about emotional topics, such as mental health. Talking about medical health seems easy — allergies, aches, pains, etc — but when it comes to figuring out what’s going on in their head? The task seems…

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How to Celebrate & Appreciate Your Child’s Teachers

Today may be International Teacher’s Day, but here at Resurrection Christian School in Loveland, we love to make our excellent teachers feel appreciated every day. After all, RCS teachers dedicate a lot of time and energy to our students, both in and out of the classroom. They play a huge role in supporting, coaching, mentoring,…

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Developing Trust With Your Teen

Nearly every parent can agree, it can be difficult to connect with your teenager. As they go through the transitions that take place in adolescence, changes in their mood, less communication, and overall preferences to be around friend groups, will likely be some of the identifiable traits that take place. Throughout this transition, it’s important…

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Helping Your Student Study

Whether you have a child in elementary, middle, or high school, you’re familiar with the homework, test prep, and necessity for time management in the midst of other responsibilities. The older your child gets, the likelier they are to be more of a recluse when it comes to studying. Regardless of the stage of life…

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Getting Your Kids To Read Nonfiction

It can be quite a struggle to get our kids reading different genres. As our Christian school talked about in a previous blog, nonfiction is extremely important to know how to read and understand. But because of its jargon, technical text, and lack of dialogue, many kids tend to shy away from nonfiction. If you’ve…

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How to Navigate the World of Teenage Dating

If your instinct to the idea of your teenager dating is to forbid it and pretend that they’re going to be young forever, you’re not alone. Most parents want to protect their children as much as they can, and aren’t ready for the idea of their babies getting into relationships. Especially when it comes to…

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