February 17, 2016 This Week's Blogs from TMoM • Finalists for the 2016 Choice Awards • Heart Shaped Box • Reinventing Family Game Time This Winter


February 17, 2016

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Noble Academy

Noble Academy offers a college preparatory program that serves students in grades K-12. The program focuses on small class sizes and a curriculum that is traditional, though infused with techniques and methodology proven to be successful with learning differences. Students are taught by reading specialists and faculty advanced in working with various learning differences as well as content area experts trained in science, social studies, art, drama, physical education, and various other elective classes. The Noble Academy Way provides the rigor, strategies, and self-advocacy skills necessary for successful transitioning to college, vocational-technical school, or the world of work.

Noble Academy understands that smart students can struggle academically. Come by and take a tour of the school and see how great futures are built! Noble Academy Community Open House Sunday, February 21st from 2-4 pm.


Heather McGinnis Photography

Are you expecting a new baby love in 2016? Or maybe you’ve been wanting some updated baby, child, or family photos?

Though summer may seem like a long time away right now, in the midst of our cold Carolina winter, Heather McGinnis Photography is already booking June – November 2016 sessions! Summer and fall sessions typically fill up several months in advance, so now is the time to secure your space on our calendar for these popular photo seasons! For more information or to book your session, contact Heather directly at heather@heathermcginnisphotography.com!

Heather is proud to be Greensboro’s Favorite Newborn & Family Photographer, voted best by Triad Moms on Main Readers for 3 years running!

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The Dance Project

Spend your summer with the Dance Project, where dance is serious fun! Dance Project’s summer schedule in the Greensboro Cultural Center includes full and half-day camps, classes for children ages 18 months and up, and drop-in classes for teens and adults. Campers can tap into their hidden superpowers, explore dance and film making, and journey around the world through movement and crafts. Dance Project also joins forces with the Drama Center and the Center for Visual Arts to give campers experience with every aspect of a theatrical production in the “Do a Play All the Way” camps. Find full descriptions, schedule, and registration on the Dance Project website HERE.


This newsletter is sponsored by Noble Academy, Heather McGinnis Photography and The Dance Project.

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