Multicultural Winter Celebrations

Dear NCSA Families, I hope that this finds you in warmth and good cheer as we begin to look towards the end of the year 2018.  In this week’s Reading Nook, I’ve shared books about some of the multicultural winter celebrations shared by families around this time of year.  I hope that you will look… Continue reading

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Raising strong girls and unbiased boys

In this week’s Nook, Angie shares more reading resources for parents on raising strong girls and unbiased boys.   After speaking with Elisa Parker, a parent at NCSA and founder of See Jane Do, I decided to share parenting books this week.  The Nook takes you to a website with a blog full of books… Continue reading

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Same-sex marriage

Dear Families, I hope you have enjoyed reading a good book aloud together or reading in the same room during the perfect rainy weather over the break from school.  Winter weather offers us more indoor time for fort building in order to create the perfect reading nook or time to play board games when we… Continue reading

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World Religions

Dear Families,  We are in need of a volunteer to artistically hang Bartholomew the Bookworm from high on the wall in the atrium at the Lower Campus.  He has grown very long, and we cannot keep up with hanging his body sections. This means that many of you are reading voraciously at home and we… Continue reading

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Inclusion and Acceptance

Dear Families, This week I share with you books about inclusion and acceptance.  I found a website, A Day in Our Shoes, which reviews 10 books on the subject.  Please check out the list of book recommendations and add them to your library list. In searching books for my Nook, I also found another set… Continue reading

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