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by: Joyce Trigger, Shady Oak Christian School Owner and Director I really love Christmas. My birthday is in December, and I remember cherishing the sights and scents, and, especially, the sounds of Christmas. As a young teenager, I thought the song, “Silver Bells”, was written just for me and the other shoppers rushing home with…

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Sweet September. Of course it’s still warm in Houston, but there’s a light at the end of the hot, humid tunnel and pumpkin spice lattes are just around the corner. The start of school is a great opportunity to pause and take a look at our lives and decide what we want- for ourselves and…

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 Week 1 in Bridge and Kindergarten . . . working together to establish a community. Shady Oak Christian School Kindergarten & Bridge Students took an active role in setting up the frame work for their classroom community. By collaborating and creating the rules for their classroom community, they are more likely to follow them. Establishing…

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We will be starting catered lunches on Wednesdays and Fridays beginning Wednesday, September 21. Lunches are pre-ordered on a McAlister’s order form that will come to you electronically in an email blast from Bridget, beginning on September 9th. Additional order forms will be available in the office. Completed forms and payment in the form of…

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By:  Brandie Trigger Mitchell, RN, BSN, LMT Sweet September. Of course it’s still warm in Houston, but there’s a light at the end of the hot, humid tunnel and pumpkin spice lattes are just around the corner. The start of school is a great opportunity to pause and take a look at our lives and…

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Hygge: An Introduction by Emily Scherer Huga-what? Hygge, pronounced “huew-geh” (or the Americanized “hoo-gah”), is a beautiful word from Denmark. While it has no one word for word meaning, it is translated for us as the art of creating warmth, comfort, and wellbeing through connection, treasuring the moment, and surrounding yourself with things you love.…

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