Back in October, I wrote about the potential for millions of children losing free and reduced school meal privileges. I noted there was an open comment period through November. I wanted to give an update with good news for our kids. A new food stamps/SNAP rule are soon going to be a reality. Good news,…… Continue reading SNAP overhaul not taking lunches from kids and families.. so far.
Yes, it that time of year alright. The Center for Disease Control says this is one of the earliest flu seasons in record. Teachers and parents hear all the wheezing, sniffing and sneezing and aching.. Students, at school, are constantly asking to go to the nurse, feeling stuffed up, feverish and all around awful. Nurses…… Continue reading A lot of children are about to feel lousy, but parents and teachers may feel worse
Let’s face facts – Gossip sucks I endured it online on Tuesday and sent an email to YouTube and a video was removed that violated my privacy.. Now let’s say you confide about an anxiety or depression ailment or are bi-polar and it is affecting your work. Depending on whom you confide in, things can…… Continue reading What is being done to stop gossip in the workplace about your mental health?
Another boy was in pain His father was abusive and arrested for it. He was quiet and by himself according to reports On his birthday, he snapped, and now two students are dead. (May they rest in peace and condolences to their families and friends) He shot himself in the head and is gone. It…… Continue reading How many more children must die while a blind eye is turned to kids’ mental health?
This was a very hard piece of writing to do. Lot of hurt thinking of kids that aren’t here that could be had they got the help they needed. Others are going through immense suffering with little or no help available One in three children – all the way through teenage years – are faced…… Continue reading Updated: Reality of children’s mental health issues are terrifying with few answers.
As a former teacher, I get it that kids need to relive themselves just like us adults. The main rule was when you left the room, you signed out on a paper with the time departed, destination and when you came back you signed back in. I did review the list with colleagues and was…… Continue reading When did going to the bathroom become big brother?