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Urban Prep has 104 young men graduating and 100% of them are accepted to college!  Read about this successful school here!

Urban Prep has 104 young men graduating and 100% of them are accepted to college!  Read about this successful school here! Continue

Added by Kay on February 20, 2011 at 5:32pm — No Comments

In the company of the educated

Imagine this. I'm in a room, conducting a PTO meeting. There are several teachers there and a couple of parent members. The conversation changes from the task at hand to a very unfamiliar topic to myself.

College.



Of course every teacher has attended college at some point. And every parent in that room with me had also had the experience of attending and finishing college at some point in their lives.



And there I was. The degree-less mom out of the bunch. Listening to… Continue

Added by Kay on January 30, 2009 at 8:25am — 2 Comments

Mommy Perfection By My Own Standards

I never really started off aiming to be a mom. I had so many other ideas for life that motherhood seemed that it would have just gotten in the way. For me, it was dreams of an Airforce career, being independent, taking care of myself. Wow, long way off from where I stand today. Today I'm a mother of three, wife to an Army soldier and a, get this, STAY AT HOME MOM!



Big changes from the dreams of a kid, never experiencing anything. Only thinking of my own happiness. Not knowing about… Continue

Added by Kay on August 26, 2008 at 10:01am — No Comments

My face on the front page???

Wow, I want to thank all the great creators of the Mom Bloggers Club *Sniff Sniff* It's such an honor to be a meetable mom. and most of all I want to that God.....

Okay, so whoever is the Mom Blogger's goddess, it was such a great thing this morning to turn on my computer and see my face on the front. Thanks for that!

Added by Kay on August 7, 2008 at 10:55am — 2 Comments

First Time PTO board member

Okay, so we had our last PTO planning meeting before the first day of school and I think we got the year in order. We met at a local mexican restaurant which was great because I don't think there's any better way of getting to modivated and productive than doing it over food. I'm always hungry! So anyway, I still don't really know what the role of the PTO Vice president is supposed to be. All I really do is throw out a few ideas and opinion and take notes. I can already see that this year is… Continue

Added by Kay on July 31, 2008 at 12:00pm — No Comments

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