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North Carolina Zoo Offers a New Virtual Visit Experience

Since a visit to the North Carolina Zoo isn’t currently possible, the Zoo is bringing its programs to you

10 Products to Organize Your Student

School supplies that may just change your child’s world

5 Ways to Help Your Child’s Speech Development Without Electronics

Simple ways to encourage your child to master speech and language.

8 Ways to Spark Summer Reading

Help your kids discover the pleasures of reading books.

Guilford County Students Challenged to Keep Reading This Summer

GCS students can earn prizes for reading 900 minutes or more.

Skim First, Answer Later: A Textbook Study Strategy

Improve reading skills and study sessions with this simple activity.

North Carolina Summer Reading Programs

All North Carolinians can participate in summer reading programs at libraries across the state.

Understanding Language-Based Learning Disabilities

Aimee Picon from Noble Academy answers your questions about identifying and managing language-based learning disabilities.

GCS Extends Thank a Teacher Celebration to Include All District Employees

Community invited to celebrate all employees of Guilford County Schools during May.

Teacher Appreciation Day at the Greensboro Science Center

Teachers can enjoy free admission and special activities on May 6.

Applications Open for Guilford County Schools’ Summer Arts Institute

This year’s institute offers four different programs for various ages in July.

GCS’ Family Fun Day to Be Held May 20

Guilford Parent Academy invites families to enjoy a free day of fun activities.

Public School Forum Identifies Teacher, Principal Pay Among State’s Top 10 Education Issues

In comparison to other states, North Carolina ranks 41st in teacher pay and 50th in principal pay.

Stream Sesame Street Episodes, eBooks With Library Card

Digital service adds eBooks, e-comics and program episodes for participating libraries.

Guilford Board of Education Requests Funding for Class Size Changes

Guilford Board of Education passes a resolution aimed at class size reduction law.

Magnet Schools vs. Charter Schools: What’s the Difference?

Understanding the difference between a magnet and charter schools.

North Carolina Home-School Conference is May 25-27

The “Thrive! 2017” conference will feature speakers and parent workshops, a vendors’ expo, activities for children and teens, and a talent showcase.

High Point Museum to Host Resource Fair for Parents of Young Children

Liftoff to Learning will be held Monday, Jan. 30.

Guilford County Schools Choice Showcase Kicks Off Magnet Application Period

Guilford County Schools Choice Showcase takes place Saturday, Jan. 21 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Greensboro Coliseum Special Events Center.

GCS Students Can Earn Prizes for Holiday Reading

Gift cards, iPads are incentives for students who read 300 minutes during winter break.

Three New Exhibits Coming to Greensboro Children’s Museum

Greensboro Children's Museum to add outdoor play plaza, indoor winding river water feature and kid-friendly technology center.

Physical Education and Recess Improve Behavior, Test Scores

Research shows that being active helps students in the classroom.

Testing Preschoolers

Testing may be required for applications to prestigious private or charter schools, or for early admission to public kindergarten.

How to Help a Child With ADHD Master the Art of Homework

Many students with ADHD are distracted and often miss vital information in the classroom making homework and testing difficult.

Expert Tips for a Better Start to the School Year

Ensuring back-to-school success for children and parents

Seven Guilford County Schools Recognized Nationally

Seven Guilford County Schools were recognized by Newsweek’s 2016 Top High Schools list, including the Early College at Guilford, which was ranked No. 5 in the country.

5 Things to Know About Elementary School

A parent primer for kicking off a smooth new year.

Guilford Parent Academy Needs Parent Volunteers

Parents are needed to serve as grassroots coordinators at middle schools and Title I parent ambassadors at Title I schools during the 2016-17 school year.

Home Visits Help Close Cognitive Development Gap

A new international study shows the importance of early, home-based interventions that teach parents to engage children in playful interactive learning activities.

Kindergarten Readiness: 'Redshirt' or Enroll?

The option to enroll a child who is not quite 5 years old — or who may have just turned 5 — often complicates parents’ decision-making process.
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