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Important Information For Parents


Kids depend on their parents for guidance, and the help that they get can make a big difference in their lives. If you are the parent of a young man who is turning 18 or if he is a recent [...]


Important And Intriguing Graduation Information


If you’re among the estimated 3 million young Americans getting a high school diploma this year—Congratulations!   If you’re not sure about what to do next, you should talk with your parents, teachers and counselors about your career goals and [...]


Friendships Come In All Dimensions—Sometimes In The Most Unlikely Sizes


What is so fascinating about unlikely friendships? Is it that opposites attract? Does it point to hidden mutual re-spect? Unlikely animal friendships have long held a particular fascination, documented with countless funny and adorable videos: a cat adopting baby ducks, [...]


Center for Puppetry Arts Extends Pete the Cat Per-formance Schedule


This world premiere for the puppet stage will now run for an additional week, April 4 – May 28!   Due to popular demand, the Center for Puppetry Arts is pleased to announce that it will extend the run of [...]


K−12 Education Savings Accounts and How They’re Changing Kids’ Lives


If you’re like many American parents, you may not be aware of a way to give your children a better education at little or no cost to you.   How It Works A program known as education savings accounts (ESAs) [...]


Five Tips To Prepare Your Children For Success In School


One of the best things you can do for your children is to make sure they attend school every day. Af-ter all, we want our kids to have the best possible chance of doing well in school and achieving their [...]


Fernbank LINKS Offers Exciting STEM Programs for Students


Fernbank LINKS offers middle and high school students a STEM organization based program at Fernbank Science Center. The program is devoted to building robots, developing minds and changing lives. The Fernbank LINKS team is made up of students from 22 [...]


Holiday Model Train Show at the Atlanta Botanical Garden


G-scale choo choo trains and a holiday trolley chug along six tracks in an imaginary, beautifully planted mountain landscape. They emerge from tunnels, cross bridges over rippling water, and soar across trestles. Small towns, train stops, and other structures dot [...]


Students with Their Own Businesses Can Apply Now For an NFIB Scholarship


The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) Young Entrepreneur Foundation announced that its scholarship application for the 2017 NFIB Young Entrepreneur Awards is now open through Dec. 18. High school seniors who run their own business and plan to attend [...]


Helping Metro Atlanta Teens Become Adults


Whether it is designing a computer game, or succeeding in the game of life, exciting new classes for teens impart valuable skills to excel online and in the real world. The Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta (MJCCA) is offering [...]

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