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The video of the training I did I in March at K-State for Superintendents, Educators and Military leaders has been posted. It’s the second from the bottom video on this page. https://coe.k-state.edu/military/
Fort Knox When my first day working on post had come to an end, I was left feeling a little overwhelmed by the military aspect of my new job. So I decided to swing by football practice to find some … Continue reading
This is such a great list, simple, yet down to the core of change. Many Military Spouses will identify with her description of how 6 weeks was harder than 12 months. I think the key to that is we mentally … Continue reading
Hey Army Spouse friends, have you tried to take the GAT 2.0? Here is a blog by my friend Liz and her experience. I had a similar experience a few years ago when it was first released, GAT 1.0, for … Continue reading
What a great policy to help parents be more connected with their child’s education. Providing the opportunity for parents to show their children that school is important enough that their parents can accompany them the first day is “walking the … Continue reading
@JoiningForces Dr. Biden stresses the importance of supporting military kids and families. Watch here! #MCECNTS2014 http://t.co/oDHRmY4Mtv — MilitaryChild (@MilitaryChild) July 30, 2014
Very happy to share a link to a great publication. This month it includes an article I wrote with a colleague and friend, Laurie Curtis in the College of Education at K-State.
A fellow military spouse writes, “This sight takes my breath away and puts a knot in my stomach. It will be ok, it will be ok. . .” A ritual that most military families go through. The living room full … Continue reading
Great article by a fellow MilSpouse, Jill Crider. Thank you Jill for setting the record straight. YDU: Don’t Believe the Spouse Sisterhood? | SpouseBUZZ.com.
The Basic Black Dress.