I remember as a kid having a range of emotions the night before school started. I would lay in bed with questions swirling like… Did I pick the right back to school shoes? Will my friends still like me? Is Mrs. Smith as mean as everyone says? Will my favorite lunch table have enough seats? Will the coach yell at me again for being the slowest to run the mile in PE? (oh wait, maybe that's just me) Whether or not our kids are willing to admit it, they are facing some of the same back to school jitters that we did. Even harder are some of the safety concerns they face that undoubtedly weigh on them this time of year. Mia Mbroh is with us today and as a licensed counselor, she's worked in private practice as well as in school settings. She's helping us navigate some key areas of concern including school safety, friendships, bullying, and academics. She has a good word on how our families can rewrite the narrative when it comes to what matters in school and how we will represent our faith this year. Take a few minutes to listen to Mia's great words for back to school, and then share it with a friend. Also, we're gearing up our Monday prayer podcasts in September so be sure to grab a copy of A Parent's Prayer Guide: Key Psalms to Pray Over Your Kids if you haven't already! Resources from today's show: Be sure to check out A Sticky Story by Mia Mbroh. You can get your copy by emailing her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. NIV Teen Study Bible A Parent's Prayer Guide: Key Psalms to Pray Over Your Kids
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This year, the familiar back-to-school windup includes a growing sense of trepidation for many parents. A host of faddish ideologies, and the ham-fisted ways of imposing them, adds to their worries (or at least should). Revised historicism, sex and gender ideologies, even the seemingly harmless Social and Emotional Learning are all expressions of Critical Theory in some form or fashion. Of course, many ideas out of accord with Christian teaching have been taught by schools, but these reject core realities of what it means to be human. Critical Theory in any form, whether established academic theory or mere cultural mood, categorizes people as members of particular groups and either awards or reduces social and moral merit based on those groups. This is something Christians must never do. As philosopher Douglas Groothuis writes in his analysis of the influence of Critical Theory in the U.S., “One's fundamental identity is being made in the Divine Image; it is not found in race or gender or social class.” Many parents have begun to see that whenever that primary identity is dismissed, all manner of confusion sets in. Even so, this sort of thinking plays an outsized role in the rules and guidelines of our kids' schools. Recently, a colleague of mine, while enrolling her daughters at a new school, was assured by the principal that the curriculum and policies were “ideologically neutral” with respect to transgenderism. Wisely, my colleague pressed further, and asked a clarifying question. “What would happen if one of my daughter's classmates identified as trans? Would she be compelled to use their preferred pronoun?” The principal replied, “We'd want to make sure we respect the viewpoints of everybody, and so, yes, we'd ask your daughter to use the correct pronouns.” “What if she didn't?” my colleague clarified. “In that case,” the principal conceded, “it would probably be grounds for a disciplinary conversation.” In other words, gender ideology wasn't taught, it was enforced, and in such a way as to assume that the matter was already settled. That's only one of a half dozen or more stories I have heard so far this year. Parents must research schools, both policies and personnel. Unfortunately, some administrators simply don't have a grasp of how they will handle these issues. Even more find their hands tied by laws like Colorado's Gender Identity Expression Anti-Discrimination Act. By asking specific, sometimes uncomfortable questions, parents not only protect their own kids, they provide an opportunity for transparency, maybe even change. That protects everybody's kids from bad ideas that threaten to overtake every element of their lives. A tremendous tool for parents is the Promise to America's Parents, a project of the Alliance Defending Freedom, in partnership with other organizations such as the Family Policy Alliance and the Heritage Foundation. In addition to legal assistance for those facing discrimination based on their religious convictions, this project gives a roadmap and a toolkit for parents when it comes to education and healthcare. For example, did you know that “parents can regularly and proactively request in writing to… review the entirety of their child's education records, including any files involving counseling on gender identity issues”? Also, according to a guide on transgender ideology in schools from the Minnesota Family Council, parents have the right to request the policies for locker and restrooms to know if students identifying as transgender are allowed to use the opposite sex's changing rooms and toilet stalls. In addition, parents can review curriculum before it is delivered by teachers to their students. Explicit rights afforded to parents differ state by state. For example, only 25 states and D.C. require schools to inform parents whenever sexuality is being taught. And, 36 states and D.C. openly allow opt-out options for sexual education. ADF has a sample opt-out letter for parents and other letters to request notification for any issue or ideology with which they are concerned. And, of course, all of these concerns point back to a key premise too often forgotten. Parents are in charge of educating and protecting their children, not the state. More than ever, it is vital that parents take this right seriously. The Promise to America's Parents is one way to do that. In fact, on Friday August 19, I will join ADF, the Heritage Foundation, and others for a Celebration of the Promise to America's Parents. It will be livestreamed and absolutely free. Just visit adflegal.org/celebratethepromise to register. Truth doesn't become falsehood because it's unpopular. The hard thing to do is also the loving thing to do, and both kids and educators need to know the difference.
Whatever your back to school plan, start by defining your success One glorious back to school season, someone once said to me, “Kayse, it seems like you are constantly having a new spiritual awakening.” Yes, friends…insert eye roll here. At least, insert the eye roll that I thought that someone was making because I could feel the judgment through their words. Eye roll or not, the truth of the matter is this: yes, yes, I did – and yes, I do – reinvent my idea of success every back to school season. Afterall, finding new awakenings throughout life is part of the excitement. So I'm curious: what does your back to school vision for success look like? A “Visionary” back to school success roadmap In today's podcast episode, I want to give you the tools to answer the question: “What does success look like this back to school season?” Plus, I want you to consider: what back to school activities and back to school resources do you need to make the most out of this back to school window of time? Back to school only comes once a year. So let's make the most of it. To answer, we're going to walk through a step by step method that I currently use. It's the same method I return to regularly when I lose track of what I want. The secret? It starts with “Vision.” So if you're ready to redefine what success looks like, if you're ready to navigate your teacher business like never before, open your notebook and get your pencil ready. Your vision awaits you when you press play on today's episode… In this episode, you will learn: Why back to school is the perfect time to redefine your idea of success How to prioritize your life into four quadrants to get the most out of this season Why “being happy” is one of the best back to school resources How to normalize the success mindset Why you need a back to school plan LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE ABOUT BACK TO SCHOOL: Rory Vanden Take the Stairs: 7 Steps to Achieving True Success by Rory Vanden The Bible 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey The Secret by Rhonda Byrne Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill Teachers Pay Teachers Back to School Sale CEO TEACHER® RESOURCES WORTH THEIR WEIGHT IN GOLD: What's your CEO Teacher® Type? Find out here! Download my free book, A Teacher's Map of Online Business Secrets, and get started growing your business today! Check out my CEO Teacher® Book Recommendations here! JOIN OUR CEO TEACHER® PODCAST COMMUNITY TO GROW WITH LIKE-MINDED TEACHERS: Send me a DM on Instagram– I love chatting with my people, so send me your back to school questions ENJOYING THE PODCAST? THANKS FOR TUNING IN! Tag me @theceoteacher on Instagram and tell me what you are listening to! I love seeing what resonates most with our listeners! I don't want you to miss a thing! Be the first to know when a new episode is available by subscribing on iTunes here! If you would like to support The CEO Teacher® podcast, it would mean so much to me if you would leave a review on iTunes. By leaving a review, you are helping fellow CEO teachers find this podcast and start building a life they love. To leave a review on iTunes, click HERE and scroll down to Ratings and Reviews. Click “Write a Review” and share with me how this podcast is changing your business and your life! READY FOR MORE? I LIKE YOUR STYLE! LISTEN TO THESE CEO TEACHER® PODCAST EPISODES NEXT! Ways to Simplify Course Creation for Busy Teachers with Amy Porterfield Social Media Ideas to Kickstart Your Business this School Year Social Media Ideas to Kickstart Your Business this School Year
Mike Griswold is the Vice President of Research at Gartner, specializing in retail with a particular focus on forecasting and replenishment. He is responsible for Gartner's annual Top 25 Supply Chain ranking and joins Supply Chain Now on a monthly basis to discuss the latest in retail supply chains from an analyst's perspective. Much of the country is either back to school or headed there soon – but what about our supply chains? If they had to pack their backpacks and start the school year off on the right foot, what would they do? In this episode, Mike takes global supply chains ‘back to school' with co-hosts Greg White and Scott Luton: • Official recession designation or not, the best defense is a good offense • Employee retention is already critical for supply chains, but it will only become more so as human-centric digital automation is adopted • Cash management and inventory management are absolutely essential – and supply chain leaders need to work with finance to get to the head of the class Additional Links & Resources: Learn more about Supply Chain Now:https://supplychainnow.com/program/supply-chain-now ( )https://bit.ly/3zKRLyL (https://bit.ly/3zKRLyL) Subscribe to Supply Chain Now and all other Supply Chain Now programs:https://supplychainnow.com/subscribe ( https://supplychainnow.com/subscribe) Leveraging Logistics and Supply Chain for Ukraine: https://vectorgl.com/stand-with-ukraine/ (https://vectorgl.com/stand-with-ukraine/) 2022 Q2 U.S. Bank Freight Payment Index: https://freight.usbank.com (https://freight.usbank.com) WEBINAR: Sustainability and Profitability: The ripple effect of shipping less air https://bit.ly/3A87xFM (https://bit.ly/3A87xFM) WEBINAR- Key Elements to a Successful WMS Lifecycle: https://bit.ly/3Q3F2O6 (https://bit.ly/3Q3F2O6) This episode is hosted by Scott Luton and Greg White. For additional information, please visit our dedicated show page at: https://supplychainnow.com/supply-chain-back-school-gartner-958 Mentioned in this episode: WEBINAR- Sustainability and Profitability: The Ripple Effect of Shipping Less Air: https://bit.ly/3A87xFM
This is the Wednesday evening liturgy during the Fall season of Ordinary Time for the Compline podcast from the Center for Worship and the Arts at Samford University. For more about the Center for Worship and the Arts, as well as the resources we provide, visit us at https://www.samford.edu/worship-arts/ (https://www.samford.edu/worship-arts/). CREDITS: © 2021 Center for Worship and the Arts, Samford University. Engineered and produced by Wen Reagan for the Center for Worship and the Arts at Samford University. SPOKEN WORD: Wen Reagan, Stacy Love, Tracy Hanrahan, Meagan Kennedy, Pierce Moffett, Eden Walker. MUSIC: “Compline #5” by Wen Reagan, © 2020 Sursum Corda Music (BMI). “Wishing Elsewhere” by Emily Hanrahan, © 2020 Emily Hanrahan. “My Savior Left His Throne Above” by Julie Anne Vargas and Zac Hicks, © 2015 Unbudding Fig Music (ASCAP) & Julie Anne Vargas, CCLI #7056910. TEXTS: The liturgical words for this podcast series include original phrasings, but were primarily curated and designed from several public domain sources, including “An Order for Compline” from the https://www.churchofengland.org/prayer-and-worship/worship-texts-and-resources/common-worship/daily-prayer/night-prayer-compline (Anglican) and https://www.bcponline.org/DailyOffice/compline.html (Episcopal) Book of Common Prayer and collects collected from https://gracecathedral.org/prayers-difficult-times/ (Grace Cathedral) and the https://campusministry.nd.edu/mass-worship/basilica-of-the-sacred-heart/lay-leaders-of-prayer/collects-prayers-of-the-day/ordinary-time-collects-prayers-of-the-day/ (University of Notre Dame). SOUNDS: The following sound effects were used in this podcast series and are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, PO Box 1866, Mountain View, CA 94042, USA. "Door, Front, Opening, A.wav" by InspectorJ (http://www.jshaw.co.uk/ (www.jshaw.co.uk)) of http://freesound.org/ (Freesound.org.) "Door, Front, Closing, A.wav" by InspectorJ (http://www.jshaw.co.uk/ (www.jshaw.co.uk)) of http://freesound.org/ (Freesound.org.) “06 – Crackling Candle.wav” by 14GPanskaLetko_Dominik of http://freesound.org/ (Freesound.org.) “Lights a Candle Light with a Match” by straget of http://freesound.org/ (Freesound.org.) The following sound effects were used in this podcast series and are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, PO Box 1866, Mountain View, CA 94042, USA. “Soft Shoes Walking on a Dirt Road” by Nagwense of http://freesound.org/ (Freesound.org.) “Match Being Lit.wav” by Jeanet_Henning of http://freesound.org/ (Freesound.org.) “Candle Blow.wav” by Bee09 of http://freesound.org/ (Freesound.org.)
Take some time before the kids come home from school to prepare your heart and mind.“Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of compassion and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our troubles, so that we can comfort those in any trouble with the comfort we ourselves receive from God.” - 2 Corinthians 1:3-4
New details and fallout tied to that FBI search of former President Trump's home in Florida – this, as he prepares to testify in another investigation today. Plus, all eyes on new inflation numbers being released this morning. And, Back-To-School TODAY – Vicky Nguyen shares an exclusive look at the new tools being used to keep kids safe in the classroom this upcoming school year.
Typical back-to-school essentials include clothing from fast fashion brands, stacks of new textbooks and notebooks, and plastic school supplies. The good news is there are simple steps you can take to make this school year your most planet-friendly yet. Whether you're a college student or a parent, this week's episode is loaded with tips and tricks to start your year on a sustainable note. For show notes, visit https://brightly.eco/sustainable-back-to-school-tips/.
Morning Mix listeners gave suggestions to Whip and Violeta for their fantasy football team name and we heard about the favorite things to buy when going back to school shopping. Listen to The Morning Mix weekdays from 5:30am – 10:00am on 101.9FM The Mix in Chicago, at wtmx.com, and on our free Mix App available in the Apple App Store and Google Play.
On this week's episode, Bishop Burbidge offers his: Hope for students, parents and families as they prepare for another school year Thoughts on the announcement of his local instruction in implementation of Pope Francis' motu proprio, Traditionis Custodes, and his Responsa ad Dubia Reaction to Nicaraguan police raiding Catholic radio stations and placing bishop and priests on house arrest Bishop Burbidge also answers the following questions from the faithful: Did you see any good movies this summer? Have you ever gone on pilgrimages, and, if so, what were the highlights?
As our kids head back to school,this episode gives some tips and tricks to make this time of year a little less stressful and little more connecting with our kids.To help with the stress associated with back to school, try these things:1. Prep - give them as much information as you know - what will drop off/pick up look like? Who is their teacher? What will their classroom look like? What is their schedule for the day?2. Forecast - Forecast different scenarios - what's it going to be like to see your friends? What might you say to them? Which parts are making you the most nervous? What will you do if you disagree with your teacher? 3. Follow-up - Talk through their day. Compare how they were feeling about things with how it actually went and help them make those connections.Give your kids as much control as possible going back to school - let them wear what they want, take the lunch they want, etc.Above all else, validate their feelings of anxiety, fear, and excitement and help them work through those big feelings in a healthy way!Subscribe, rate, and review us on Podchaser, Apple, or wherever you listen to podcasts!Follow us on social media to join the conversation!!!FacebookInstagram
We discuss the challenges students and teachers face as a new school year begins. Schools in most counties in the greater Tampa Bay region open on Wednesday. And school districts are facing teacher shortages, with some missing hundreds.
Images of President Joe Biden reaching to shake hands when nobody is there and constant videos showing him mumbling are weighing on the public, raising concerns about his mental health, especially among Democrats that have to decide on voting to reelect him in 2024. In 2022, Americans are dealing with the worst inflation in over 40 years, with the year-over-year inflation rate at 9.1% in June. This explosive inflation is driven by a variety of factors, including the continued presence of the COVID-19 pandemic, the war in Ukraine and labor shortages. The Federal Reserve is hoping to rein in inflation with aggressive interest rate hikes this year, but exactly how much of an effect that will have remains to be seen. With back-to-school right around the corner, families are looking for deals — especially as rising prices impact school spending this year. An invasion of privacy trial against the Los Angeles County sheriff's and fire departments begins Wednesday in a U.S. District Court just over a mile from where Kobe Bryant played for the Lakers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Join Holly Hughes, assistant superintendent of elementary education, and Franklin Moses, assistant superintendent of secondary education, as they talk through what's new in CCISD for the 2022-23 school year. This includes exemptions, attendance, instructional planning days and how to start off the year strong. Click here for the full Back-To-School Guide Follow us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterFollow us on Instagram
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It's hard to believe, but the summer is winding down and kids are starting to go back to school. But extremism didn't take a summer break - and as students return to classrooms, parents are having to fight again for safety, equity, reasonable class sizes, and so much more.But first, our hosts celebrate all the legitimately good news out there: Congress passing the Inflation Reduction Act and PACT Act, Kansas voters standing up for reproductive freedom, and Alex Jones finally being held accountable for his lies about the tragedy at Sandy Hook.Then we're joined by Tamsen and Amanda, two moms in Pennsylvania who became friends last year when they realized they both wanted to fight for Covid safety in their kids' school. Since then, they've attended school board meetings and advocated for LGBTQ+ kids and students of color in their school district. It's easier to get involved when you're fighting alongside your friends!After that, the hosts chat with Dr. Carlee Simon, a mom in Florida who was fired from her job as superintendent when she dared to stand up to Governor DeSantis on masks in schools. Dr. Carlee chats with us about what happened to her, teacher shortages, how right-wing extremists are trying to destroy public education, and more. She's currently running a PAC called Families Deserve Inclusive Schools - you can find out more here.And finally, our hosts raise a glass to Kansas voters and to meeting listeners in this episode's “Toast to Joy.”The midterm elections are now only 13 weeks away! If you're ready to join the Great Troublemaker Turnout, please sign up here. Suburban women are taking a stand - join us!For a transcript of this episode, please email email@example.com.
Our summer is ending, but that doesn't mean the fun is stopping for these Super Mamas! On this week's episode, Paulina is back from Oaxaca and the sisters have a good ol' catch-up session. We talk about Bricia's adventures being a blonde and a crazy Vegas style party. We're also getting into back-to-school mode with Paulina's oldest daughter starting middle school and Bricia's youngest going into a daycare program. Our kids are growing up before our eyes and we might not be ready for it! For full notes, visit http://supermamas.com Like us on https://www.facebook.com/supermamaspodcast/ Double tap on https://www.instagram.com/_supermamas/
Today on Live Well Anyway, MacKenzie is back with more tips and tricks for getting prepared for Back to School season, this time focusing on five spaces in your home (and car) that you can get ready right now. First, though, she shares a mini interview with one of her July Live Well Planned Cohort participants, Katrina Brooks. The areas MacKenzie encourages you to get prepped before school starts include the following: your vehicle, your backpack and homework space, your pantry and refrigerator, your medicine cabinet, and your closets. JOIN US ON PATREON Live Well Together! Patreon Community LINKS MENTIONED Follow MacKenzie on Instagram @mackenziekoppa Sign up for MacKenzie's newsletter “Well, anyway…” Subscribe to MacKenzie's YouTube Channel Live Well Anyway Facebook Group The Marketing Sisters website Follow Katrina on Instagram WHERE TO FIND THE SHOW Apple Podcasts Google Play Music Spotify Player FM VISIT OUR SPONSORS Magic Mind - Get 20% OFF when you go to magicmind.co/livewell and use code livewell20 at checkout or get 40% OFF your first subscription. BED|STÜ - Use discount code LWA20 for 20% OFF your next order at bedstu.com. Bonafide - Get 20% OFF your first purchase when you subscribe for any product, go to hellobonafide.com and use code livewell. SHOP WITH US THROUGH AMAZON Thank you for using our Amazon affiliate links to support the show! Back to School 2022 Idea List
Today is a high-level overview of 3 things that are going to help us all transition back to school with ease and flow. Whether you're homeschooling or your kids are going to a traditional school, these things are going to help you get into a rhythm that works for you and your family. Even if you're a mom of a newborn or toddler and you're not quite there yet, these three things will still help you navigate seasons of transition (which, let's be honest, we're always facing as mamas).In the weeks that follow, we will take a deeper dive into each of these three areas so that you don't have to guess or fumble your way through how to practically live these things out in your life. I want to show you how to simplify rhythms and routines as the back-to-school season kicks off. I'm so glad we get to do this together! Grab your headphones and a cup of coffee or plug you phone into your car as you drive and let's get started.Join the community group here!Listen to more episodes on morning routines here: Episode 78 | Episode 9
Mama, plan to create a soft place for your children to land this school year. Home will be their refuge.“By wisdom a house is built, and through understanding it is established;through knowledge its rooms are filled with rare and beautiful treasures.” - Proverbs 24: 3-4
Do you ever wonder what resources or activities you actually need to have ready as you head back to school? In this episode, I'm rounding up a couple of resources that will make a positive difference in how prepared you feel at the start of the school year. What's Covered In This Episode: The 4 resources every elementary teacher needs when heading back to school Why you need these resources/how they'll save you time Links Mentioned: Preppy Lemon Teacher Planner Teaching Little Leaders Subject Slides Teaching Little Leaders Lesson Planning Templates Math Counting Mats for the Year
Episode 99: Back to school Summer is almost over as far as our children are concerned. How does a Top Dad ween their kiddos off of their summertime bad habits with only one week left of summer? Don't worry there are plenty of Dad Tips in this episode on how to get your kids ready for the school year in under 48 hours. Bonus Tip: The Dads cover some of the names of this podcast that hit the cutting room floor. Thank you for listening and taking this journey with us. Please be sure to follow us on social media on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Tik Tok @topdadpod for great Top Dad tips, tricks, jokes, and hacks.If you like our show please be sure to share the Top Dad Podcast with your friends and family. Please consider leaving us a five-star review on Apple Podcasts and follow us on Spotify.Listen to Top Dad for free wherever you listen to podcasts or go to TopDadpod.com for more info. Remember to subscribe, rate, review, and share us with your friends
Hello Friends! Today we go over finding motivation in yourself, do you owe the man who flew you out anything, back to school hacks and more! Hope you enjoy! Follow I.E In Friends here:https://linktr.ee/IEinFriends Get 25% OFF + Free shipping with promo code IEINFRIENDS at liquid-iv.com Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code IEFRIENDS at MANSCAPED.com! Take The Mic!https://forms.gle/nSf7f2YKqSgxRBur8 Subscribe to us Patreon for exclusive episodes!https://www.patreon.com/ieinfriends Saul V GomezInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/saulvgomez/Twitter - https://twitter.com/Saulvgomez_ Cesar SoteloInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/iknowcesarTwitter - https://twitter.com/Caesar__0 Aaron CaraveoInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/airball_10/twitter - https://twitter.com/aaron_caraveo Time Stamps!00:00:00 - Intro00:02:33 - Aarons a runner00:06:56 - Manscaped00:09:18 - A new found motivation00:21:41 - False confidence00:23:50 - Get rejected 10 times00:27:52 - Monkeypox00:29:02 - she didn't give up the cheeks00:35:52 - WNBA00:38:28 - National GFs day00:39:40 - back to school day hacks00:46:10 - Meeting people your senior year00:47:29 - Calling people nerds00:49:00 - No one knows you on your first day of school 00:51:25 - Elvis Microphone fetish00:54:45 - Bad Bunny cheated?00:57:44 - Tesla drivers01:05:00 - Take the mic01:38:56 - Join the Discord!01:49:14 - Meeting influencers01:57:21 - Patreon shout outs
Ashley came into the studio with a full heart and a cool gesture for someone in need before school starts and speaking of School, Obie's daughter had a message for those going Back To School
"I start off with trying to make sure the student knows someone is looking forward to seeing them." — Jana Young How do you prepare to successfully kick off a new school year? Listen in on our first in a series of episodes where we answer some of your Dear Mentor questions. Let me invite you into a special episode, our first in a series of episodes where we answer some of your Dear Mentor questions. First up: back to school rhythms. How do you get geared up for the semester? What habits get you in the mindset for an energizing start to the school year? Karen Hice Guzmán, director of Women Scholars and Professionals, sat down with three women faculty members — representing the fields of chemistry, music, and business — and recorded their best tips and wisdom to help you start your school year on the right foot. Let me add a special note here for those of you who are not professionally aligned with a school schedule at this time of year — you are welcome, too! The ideas that emerge from these three conversations can be applied easily to a number of contexts, so we hope you listen in and glean the wisdom that connects with your life and work situation. And one more thing: If you're wondering what happened to "All Shall Be Well" and "Women in the Academy and Professions," there's no need for concern! You're in the right place — we've simply decided to change our name. So have a listen! We're so glad you're here. — Ann Boyd For show notes or more information please visit our article at The Well. If you'd like to support the work of InterVarsity's Women in the Academy and Professions, including future podcasts such as this episode, you can do so at givetoiv.org/wsap. Thank you for listening!
Are you looking for a way to break down all that needs to be done in the first few months of the school year so you feel less overwhelmed? The 30, 60, 90 day plan may be just what you are looking for! Today, I am sharing a training I did for the IMPACT members on how to utilize a 30, 60, 90 day plan to map out what you need to accomplish in the first 3 months of the school year. In this episode, we are going over what you should be working on in the first 3 months of the school year to reduce stress and start the school year off on the right foot. We are looking at what to accomplish in month one including conducting a needs assessment and setting up your referral process, what month two will look like including establishing your caseload and planning small group curriculum, and how to implement the services you've been preparing and planning in month three. PLUS, I am giving you tons of tips on how to use this plan and a FREEBIE to help work your way through this 30, 60, 90 day plan. Show Notes: https://brightfutures-counseling.com/podcast-episodes/back-to-school-ready Resources Mentioned: 30, 60, 90 Day Plan FREEBIE Join my school counselor membership IMPACT here! Connect with Rachel on social media: TpT Store Blog Instagram Facebook Page Facebook Group Pinterest Youtube If you are enjoying School Counseling Simplified please follow and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts!
In this episode, Kasey shares lesson planning resources, tips and templates to help you prepare for the back to school season. Let's explore where to find lesson ideas, how to use and revise templates, free lesson plans, packaging assignments, and pitfalls to avoid! Plus, get a FREE Blended Learning with Google toolkit loaded with strategies and ideas for the classroom. Access the full show notes and blog post here
In this episode, Craig and Kevin talk recent trip Kevin took to Honduras to install latrines. Now, this may not seem glamorous (and it isn't…), but what it affords these families is huge. We discuss the process, the cost, and put some perspective into what we live with daily. And trust us, if you've never mixed concrete with a shovel, it'll show you how strong you are! Also, if you want to help fund a latrine in Honduras, let us know through our email. Sustained Growth Solutions Email – Design a lead generation system specifically for your business so that you never have to search for leads again! Termisave Email – Warranty your home against the threat of termites. Buy a Homeowners Show T-Shirt! Subscribe to our YouTube Channel The Homeowners Show Website The Homeowners Show Facebook Page Instagram @homeownersshow Twitter @HomeownersThe Info@homeownersshow.com
FAFSA, FAFSA, FAFSA. More FAFSA if circumstances change. Health proxy anyone? Watch for the insurance on your bill. Is renter's insurance necessary for college students? Plus gas under $4, a little more bashing of Robinhood and social security could see a hefty jump. Plus plus napping for dollars.
This is the Tuesday evening liturgy during the Fall season of Ordinary Time for the Compline podcast from the Center for Worship and the Arts at Samford University. For more about the Center for Worship and the Arts, as well as the resources we provide, visit us at https://www.samford.edu/worship-arts/ (https://www.samford.edu/worship-arts/). CREDITS: © 2021 Center for Worship and the Arts, Samford University. Engineered and produced by Wen Reagan for the Center for Worship and the Arts at Samford University. SPOKEN WORD: Wen Reagan, Stacy Love, Tracy Hanrahan, Meagan Kennedy, Pierce Moffett, Eden Walker. MUSIC: “Compline #5” by Wen Reagan, © 2020 Sursum Corda Music (BMI). “Wishing Elsewhere” by Emily Hanrahan, © 2020 Emily Hanrahan. “My Savior Left His Throne Above” by Julie Anne Vargas and Zac Hicks, © 2015 Unbudding Fig Music (ASCAP) & Julie Anne Vargas, CCLI #7056910. TEXTS: The liturgical words for this podcast series include original phrasings, but were primarily curated and designed from several public domain sources, including “An Order for Compline” from the https://www.churchofengland.org/prayer-and-worship/worship-texts-and-resources/common-worship/daily-prayer/night-prayer-compline (Anglican) and https://www.bcponline.org/DailyOffice/compline.html (Episcopal) Book of Common Prayer and collects collected from https://gracecathedral.org/prayers-difficult-times/ (Grace Cathedral) and the https://campusministry.nd.edu/mass-worship/basilica-of-the-sacred-heart/lay-leaders-of-prayer/collects-prayers-of-the-day/ordinary-time-collects-prayers-of-the-day/ (University of Notre Dame). SOUNDS: The following sound effects were used in this podcast series and are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, PO Box 1866, Mountain View, CA 94042, USA. "Door, Front, Opening, A.wav" by InspectorJ (http://www.jshaw.co.uk/ (www.jshaw.co.uk)) of http://freesound.org/ (Freesound.org.) "Door, Front, Closing, A.wav" by InspectorJ (http://www.jshaw.co.uk/ (www.jshaw.co.uk)) of http://freesound.org/ (Freesound.org.) “06 – Crackling Candle.wav” by 14GPanskaLetko_Dominik of http://freesound.org/ (Freesound.org.) “Lights a Candle Light with a Match” by straget of http://freesound.org/ (Freesound.org.) The following sound effects were used in this podcast series and are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, PO Box 1866, Mountain View, CA 94042, USA. “Soft Shoes Walking on a Dirt Road” by Nagwense of http://freesound.org/ (Freesound.org.) “Match Being Lit.wav” by Jeanet_Henning of http://freesound.org/ (Freesound.org.) “Candle Blow.wav” by Bee09 of http://freesound.org/ (Freesound.org.)
The back to school season brings that sense of routine that some of us crave–but it can also bring on a whole lot of anxiety (getting the right supplies, attending all the events, filling out paperwork…the list goes on!). In this Glad I Did / Wish I'd Done episode, Meagan and Sarah reflect on all the things we're glad we did to ease the transition into this season and also some things we could have done differently (or that we plan to try this year!). We share what to do with all those school supplies from one year to the next (Meagan is genius, really!), our approach for communicating with teachers, our thoughts on homework, how we plan to hold onto summer JUST a little bit longer this year, and more.
Greenville County Schools is by far the largest school district in South Carolina, and the 46th largest in the country. With the start of the new school year upon us, we will hear what goes into running such a large and dynamic district, from food service and transportation to academics, to safety. To do that, we invited Catherine Schumacher with Public Education Partners to interview Phillip Davie, the new Greenville County Schools Deputy Superintendent, who served as Associate Superintendent for Operations at Greenville County Schools for the last three years. Connect with Catherine Schumacher: https://www.linkedin.com/in/catherine-schumacher-b938407/ _ Produced by The Greenville Podcast Company.
Episode 314 gets you 7 tasks to help you get that athletic scholarship and opportunity to play your sport in college. Whether you are just starting your recruiting journey or have been involved and need a pick-me-up, then you will get a few, if not all 7 tasks, to do this Fall season. Here are a few of the tasks talked about in this episode: -Prepare for & get off to a great academic start -Do research on colleges & programs -Prepare your sports metrics to send to college coaches Check out all the links below. Take advantage of the Recruit-Me Combo Special and get a bonus recruiting resource that will put you ahead of other recruits. Sign up for the All-New Recruit-Me Monthly Newsletter Recruit-Me.com Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarship System FREE Recruiting Power Pack QRRecruiter.com promo code RecruitMe5 CollegeCoachesOnline.com promo code RM123 Listen to Past Episodes of The Athletic Scholarship Podcast
Hi, I'm Kylee and I'm a business coach for women! I specialize in helping women make money while still balancing their families. Learn more about my courses and coaching options at kyleeanncoaching.com FIND US HERE: kyleeanncoaching.com/podcast instagram.com/kyleeanncoaching Get the show notes to your inbox: bit.ly/KMMpodcast APPLY FOR 1-on-1 COACHING: kyleeanncoaching.com/coaching SHOW NOTES: It's time to go back to school! And I am ready! After a summer of CRAZY, I am really looking forward to routines and knowing what the week is going to look like. It seems like just last week I was recording an episode on planning for the summer break and now I'm already preparing for fall! Some of you are already in school, some of you start next week and some of you don't start for another couple of weeks. It is time to jump back into school-mode so today, let's talk about preparing for that transition to have the MOST SUCCESSFUL school year in your mom life and work life....and in just 10 quick minutes! (For later) Go here to review the time blocking episode! >>> https://soundcloud.com/kylee-ann-maughan/82-time-blocking?utm_source=clipboard&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=social_sharing
Remember back in episode 200 where we did the Lazy Genius starter pack and listed 20 of the best episodes that will impact your life right away? This is that but for going back to school. If you don't have kids or aren't in education, you might not be super into this episode, but there might be a few helpful things in the realm of seasonal transitions so there you go. Let's do this.Helpful Companion LinksEpisode #200: The Lazy Genius Starter KitEpisode #221: Get Your Back-to-School Life TogetherEpisode #168: How to Go Back to SchoolEpisode #223: The Lazy Genius Gets Out the DoorEpisode #225: The Shoe EpisodeEpisode #226: How Batching and Bags Can Get You Out the DoorEpisode #123: The Lazy Genius After School RoutineEpisode #246: 5 Essential Mindsets for Time ManagementEpisode #177: The Lazy Genius Plans a DayEpisode #124: The Lazy Genius Weekly PlanEpisode #173: What is Your List-Making Personality?Episode #121: How to Build a Fall Dinner QueueEpisode #174: Try a Meal Formula this FallEpisode #54: The Lazy Genius Makes SoupThe Lazy Genius KitchenDownload a transcript of this episode. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.