In this day and age, there is a surplus of stressors in our daily lives. These, of course, can be positive or negative, but each type of stress can potentially detract from overall happiness in the present moment.
Faculty, students and administrators share their insights and personal experiences on various topics.
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A life lived in service of others is a life well lived. As a math teacher, I don’t often study history, but I was struck by how this message seems to be echoed by some of the most revered historical figures our world has ever seen.
Many parents worry about the summer slump and want to know how to avoid it. Here are seven suggestions.
Women and children in Africa spend 40 BILLION hours walking to gather water every year. Not a thousand or even a million...40 BILLION!
The momentum to include arts as part of STEM programs began to take shape around five years ago, and the DCDS Middle School faculty decided to embrace the trend by testing it out in a series of rotator classes offered to our students.
I was a kid with a social life, sports, video games, etc. While I loved reading, it wasn’t a top priority.
When 8th graders walk into my classroom, whether it be a Monday morning or a Friday afternoon, they can be energetic, restless, and at times, anxious.
College requires growth and adjustments from both students and their parents.