April 20, 2016 This Week's Blogs from TMoM • Five Reasons to Host An Exchange Student • Upcoming Events: So Much to Do! • 10 Tips from Crunchy Mom

         
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April 20, 2016

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Discover OLM

Our Lady Of Mercy Catholic School provides a solid foundation of learning, achieving, and serving in Preschool through 8th Grade. This Blue Ribbon School develops each child, fostering their love of learning, and preparing them to be future leaders ready to serve. Designated classrooms for art, science lab, music, Spanish and upper-grade math enable the students to enjoy all the amenities of a high-school facility. High academic standards encourage students to do their best: preparing graduates for their future. Visit their website at www.ourladyofmercyschool.org to learn more. Now accepting applications for the 2016-2017 school year. All races, religion, and nationality are welcome.

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KinderAcademy Program

At The Piedmont School, they understand the importance of early intervention. With their KinderAcademy program they have designed a special program for students entering Kindergarten who may be looking for a small class size, developmentally appropriate curriculum, and a half-day program. The Piedmont School KinderAcademy offers a teacher student ratio of 1:6 where teachers can really provide individualized instruction and create a positive beginning to each child’s academic career. Their program runs from 8:00am-11:30am and is geared for students with average to above intellectual abilities who may struggle with attention deficits or are at-risk for language based learning differences. Formal diagnoses are not required. KinderAcademy at The Piedmont School offers positive beginnings to bright futures. For more information visit: www.thepiedmontschool.com/kinderacademy or contact Kori Mackall at (336) 883-0992.

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Sci-Fi Sunday at the Children’s Museum of Winston-Salem

Sunday, April 24 from 1 to 5 p.m.

Something is landing at the Children’s Museum of Winston-Salem! Stop by on Sunday, April 24 and encounter interstellar characters from distant galaxies and alternate universes from 1 to 4 p.m. Challenge yourself in an outer space obstacle course, practice your saber skills, create fun crafts, check out a replica of the Men in Black car, and more! The Children’s Museum is only open for this fundraiser. Proceeds benefit the Museum’s Education Department. Please note special pricing for Sci-Fi Sunday: $6/member, $8/nonmember. For more information, additional upcoming programs, Summer Camp, and more, visit the Children’s Museum website.

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This newsletter is sponsored by Our Lady of Mercy School, The Piedmont School, and the Children's Museum of Winston-Salem.

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