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FLVS Tips for Online Learning

FLVS: Tips for Online Learning

This article is brought to us by guest blogger Suzan Kurdak. Suzan is a published author, blogger, and communication specialist who joined Florida Virtual School in 2011. She is passionate about boosting and encouraging others to live life to their fullest potential. This post is sponsored by our partners at Florida Virtual School. Once you […]

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Tips for Keeping Children Safe During the Holiday Season

This article is brought to us by our partners at The Children’s Board of Hillsborough County. Learn tips to prevent the top three causes of preventable child deaths in Tampa Bay and share them with family and caregivers. By Kelley Parris, Executive Director, The Children’s Board of Hillsborough County In the Tampa Bay area, nearly 200 children […]

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FLVS Helping Florida Homeschool Students Succeed

This article is brought to us by guest blogger Suzan Kurdak. Susan is a published author, blogger, and communication specialist who joined Florida Virtual School in 2011. She is passionate about boosting and encouraging others to live life to their fullest potential. This post is sponsored by our partners at Florida Virtual School. It’s a […]

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How to Create a Family Charter

How to Create a Family Charter

The following article is brought to us by guest blogger Courtney Pastor. Courtney is the communications coordinator for Corbett Preparatory School of IDS, a private PreK3-8 school in North Tampa.  You have plenty on your mind each day as a parent. You are trying to juggle schedules, plan healthy and appealing meals, conquer the laundry, […]

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Always a Great Time For Mayfield Creamery Ice Cream

It’s always a great time for ice cream! Seriously. Our family can eat ice cream in the dead of winter (typically the mid-60’s) or, of course, in the middle of the summer. Ice cream is present at all celebrations, regardless of age. It’s a reward for good deeds, a consolation prize for bad days, and […]

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Enter the Warrior Course- New Attractions Elevate Fun at Sky Zone Tampa

We don’t have to tell you that life can be hectic at times. Kids have to be out the door at 7 am and in the drop off line before 7:30 am. Work is an endless flow of meetings, reports, and metrics. Culminating in a seemingly endless commute home, homework of all types, dinner, and […]

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Bringing Together Family, Fitness and Community – Lets Talk St. Pete Run Fest

I personally love to run. But, I don’t consider myself competitive and running has meant different things to me at different times in my life. I wasn’t sure after my son was born how I would incorporate fitness/exercise with being a newly single, soon to be divorced mother, with an infant. While pregnant I had […]

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Earth Fare Brings Organic to Oldsmar

Health conscious shoppers in Tampa, seeking fresh, healthy offerings have a new reason to be excited. Earth Fare, organic and natural foods grocery store is celebrating the grand opening of their Oldsmar location at 3136 Tampa Road, Oldsmar, Florida 34677 on October 18th. This is the second location in the Tampa Bay area and is […]

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Building Your Child’s Confidence Through Reading

Sponsored By: Academy at the LakesWords by Mrs. Debbie Szarko, Lower Division Librarian, Academy at the Lakes Mrs. Debbie Szarko started working at Academy at the Lakes in 1994. She has built a library program in which children are excited about reading. She teaches her students about virtues such as empathy, compassion, and perseverance. The […]

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Make the Hospital Less Scary with the UnMonsters App

Sponsored By: St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital As an adult, going to the hospital can be a scary experience. But imagine being a child who is unfamiliar with a hospital setting – all you see are large machines and equipment, rooms full of people you don’t know, and doctors walking everywhere in masks. Sounds even scarier, doesn’t it? […]

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