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Helping Kids See That They Matter For Who They Are And Not What They Achieve
Researchers and educators know about the importance of belonging, of feeling like we're part of a larger group that values, respects and cares for us. But mattering goes deeper. Mattering is mutual and creates a virtuous spiral: when we feel valued, we tend to value others.
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Navigating New Beginnings: Overcoming Challenges in Student Transitions to International Schools.

In the dynamic landscape of international education, the transition for students to a new country and school can present unique challenges. Recognizing the pressing need to address these issues, schools are adopting innovative strategies to ensure the successful integration of students from diverse cultural backgrounds. For families moving internationally what essential steps should schools implement to foster seamless transitions for international students, drawing inspiration from best practices in the field?

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Soothing Shelter Animals Through Music: Fifth Grader Spearheads Fundraiser for Houston Pets Alive!
Animal lovers and welfare advocates of all ages and backgrounds gathered at Resurrection MCC in the Heights for the first-ever Wild Tunes concert – “Melodies of Gratitude” to raise money and awareness for shelter animals at Houston Pets Alive! (HPA!).  
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Helping Kids See That They Matter For Who They Are And Not What They Achieve
Researchers and educators know about the importance of belonging, of feeling like we're part of a larger group that values, respects and cares for us. But mattering goes deeper. Mattering is mutual and creates a virtuous spiral: when we feel valued, we tend to value others.
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Navigating New Beginnings: Overcoming Challenges in Student Transitions to International Schools.

In the dynamic landscape of international education, the transition for students to a new country and school can present unique challenges. Recognizing the pressing need to address these issues, schools are adopting innovative strategies to ensure the successful integration of students from diverse cultural backgrounds. For families moving internationally what essential steps should schools implement to foster seamless transitions for international students, drawing inspiration from best practices in the field?

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Soothing Shelter Animals Through Music: Fifth Grader Spearheads Fundraiser for Houston Pets Alive!
Animal lovers and welfare advocates of all ages and backgrounds gathered at Resurrection MCC in the Heights for the first-ever Wild Tunes concert – “Melodies of Gratitude” to raise money and awareness for shelter animals at Houston Pets Alive! (HPA!).  
read more
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Third Grader Gets To Be Head of School For a Day and Helps Local Charity
Third grade student Ary Singh had the honor of being Head of School for the day, and he didn’t let his lack of managerial experience get in the way of making an impact.
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Nord Anglia Education launches INSIGHTS digital publication offering a refreshingly honest view on the future of education
Nord Anglia Education has launched a groundbreaking education magazine called INSIGHTS. The new publication offers a comprehensive look into contemporary aspects of global education, tackling topics from mental wellbeing in young people to the role of technology, artificial intelligence in learning, and what the future of education will look like.
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Unlocking school year success: Expert tips for teacher-parent teamwork

A strong parent-teacher relationship is crucial to a child's academic and personal development. When parents and teachers work together, it creates a support system benefiting the child in numerous ways, from improved academic performance to enhanced social skills and overall well-being. 

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STEAM Day Open house
Discover how The Village School fosters a culture of academic excellence, cultivates advanced learning environments, and celebrates diversity by attending our open house events. Join us and learn how to grow your child's future at Village.
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Peer Mediation…Students Helping Students with Conflict-Resolution
At The Village School, we are attempting to shift the mindset that mediation is for older individuals or adults. We are currently in year three of implementing a peer mediation program at the lower school campus, and timed to align with ‘Bullying Prevention Month’.
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From Toddlers to Teens...Combating Screen Time
The verdict is still out regarding how much screen time is safe for our kids. Often you may leave even more confused depending on who you talk to. Digital Citizenship Week is right around the corner in October, so no better time than now to well verse yourself in ways to create a positive culture around how we use media and technology in this ever-evolving digital world.
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Artificial Intelligence and education. Our perspective.
If you’re about to start reading this article – spoiler alert – it wasn’t written by ChatGPT. ChatGPT has made AI feel, well, real. In the blink of an eye awkward AI generated writing has now become more sophisticated and life-like. It’s almost, but not quite, like the real thing. But, what do we think as educators?
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Fifth Grader plays piano to soothe homeless dogs at local rescue
Yuvi, a Village fifth grader, loves music and dogs. Combining these passions, he came up with the idea of launching "Wild Tunes," a musical therapy program for shelter animals.
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