As students gear up for preseason, whether for school or club, Kathleen Lloyd, Director of Girls Athletics, shares tips to make sure your child is prepared and able to perform at their best.
Our Bullis Faculty Feature Blog addresses topics for parents with school aged children by providing insights, activities, and tips from our educators, experts, and fellow parents on Bullis’ campus. We hope that you find this series accessible and useful as your family navigates the summer months.
Lynn Kittel, director of college counseling, offers insight on how to best prepare your child for college by flipping the conversation from — where to attend college "to" what will your child gain from the experience?
The COVID-19 School Year is behind us and now it is time to return to… normal? I’m not quite sure what “normal” will entail for the 2021-2022 school year, but, here are some tips for a smooth transition into the new school year.
The stressors from COVID-19 have brought a life of uncertainty and fear about health, school, work, social gatherings - basically everything! These challenges have given our kids the opportunity to practice their resiliency and coping skills, and watch adults practice and model how to be resilient.
The pandemic has been hard on all of us, and many adults and children have experienced mental health struggles as a result of quarantine and social distancing requirements. As we begin to experience a return to normalcy, many parents feel that their teen will instantly feel better. Unfortunately, that may not be true for everyone. Explore ways to help your teen cope.
This year of social isolation and technological integration has been a lot to digest for all of us! It’s time to put down those screens, get outside, and engage your elementary schooler with STEM.
With summer fast approaching, Art Teacher Kelsey Donegan offers 10 ideas to keep your middle school students’ creative juices flowing.
Despite all of this movement forward from the pandemic with more opportunities for face-to-face connection, we find ourselves with a generation of middle schoolers who have become reliant and complacent when it comes to technology use.
We want our youth to be inclusive, empathetic, and knowledgeable of others’ experiences; and knowing how to deliver this sensitive content and inspire dialogue with our youth is essential for both teachers and parents.