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Creative programs at my daughter’s school really do ease my job at home. There is a lot of pressure to get your kids involved in sports, dance, music and tons of other programs. I work a full-time job and I am very busy outside of work. I see a lot of parents that are better at juggling outside activities than I am.
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Luckily, at my daughter’s school she gets to experience art, music, and other electives that help define her interests and help me to to help her to be a more well-rounded individual!
I found an amazing website that helps give children the opportunities at school to really discover who they are and what their greatest potential can be. They support a lot of these extra activities that some students and schools lack because of funding. They want to empower the community of parents to give clothes for a second life.
Schoola is an online shop dedicated to recycling brand-name children’s clothes, with $2 of every $5 spent going to fund school programs. I love the fact that they carry clothes that still have tags on it, as well as gently used clothing items. This innovative new program – which saves parents money and gives back at the same time – has been heralded by Fox News, the LA Times, Forbes and Parenting Magazine.