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Teacher Appreciation Week

I’d like to invite you to talk a walk with me down memory lane and think about the teachers in your lives that truly made a difference. I immediately think of my 8th grade teacher at Villa Maria Grade School, … Continue reading

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First Day of School: What Do You Remember?

Fading tans and falling temperatures mean it’s that time of year again. As hard as it is to say goodbye to summer and get back to school, there are also quite a lot of memories associated with embarking on a … Continue reading

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Start the School Year with a ‘Thank You’

 As I await the sounds of the students walking our halls and the artwork to drape the walls, I’m thinking of our faculty and staff returning today preparing for a new school year. We are so fortunate to have such … Continue reading

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An Open Thank You Letter to Teachers

The bell has rung, school’s out, summer fun begins (if the sun shines again in Erie). It’s the time of year when school comes to a close and a sense of change approaches. As I walk the halls of the … Continue reading

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DSM 5: What’s the Big Deal?

It’s May 2013 and my copy of the DSM 5 is arriving this week. I remember the feeling of apprehension begin to circulate in conversations regarding the proposed revision to Autistic Disorder.  Questions swirled: “How would the change impact children … Continue reading

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