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Looking for some kid-friendly tech gear this holiday season? Here are some on-trend gift ideas, featuring engaging content for kids.
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Keeping children’s minds off of the carefully wrapped presents under the tree and the smell of fresh baked Christmas cookies can be extremely difficult.
All parents want their kids to get good grades at school. But why does being a good student matter? Most important, quality of life. People who can do enough math to handle mortgages and taxes, who...
The holiday gift-giving season can be a particularly trying time for those shopping for teens. But don’t stress. Cool gift ideas abound, no matter what your teens’ tastes and interests are.
Nearly 70 percent of Americans say their favorite part about the holidays is spending time with family and friends, according to the Pew Research Center.
Are you a parent who works long hours? A single parent? A parent with several children? Or just one of the many busy parents trying to keep up with the demands of everyday life?
Take advantage of these great SKIESUnlimited classes for your children and teens.
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
With the school year in full swing, many students are juggling homework, sports and social events.
Fall can be the perfect time to start delving into crafts, particularly beginner woodworking
As mobile military students move through various sets of curriculums, graduation requirements, and school systems they can suffer academically and socially.
When the weather turns cold, the wind picks up and the rain hammers down relentlessly, it’s a good idea to have indoor activities to keep kids busy.
Homeschooling may appeal to some military families who are concerned that frequent moves and new school systems might disrupt their children's education.
USAG Rheinland-Pfalz Family and MWR and Ramstein High School present College Night. This popular event will take place Oct. 4, from 6 to 8:30 p.m.
I was a really good student back in the day. I got good grades, and didn’t struggle ...
Photographic reproductions of business letters dating back to the early 1940s, blueprints, and black and white snapshots of factories and the people who worked there aren’t, at first glance, compel