We decided to challenge Rocket City Mom readers by surprising them when they were out shopping. Would they know which items on the list were tax-free and which items weren’t? Watch and find out!
This weekend, Alabama will hold its twelfth annual sales tax holiday giving shoppers the opportunity to purchase certain school supplies, computers, and clothing free of state sales or use tax. We’ve got all the details!
There’s about a thousand different ways to acquire all those new school supplies kids need to start a fresh school year.Different families use different strategies to get it all together, so we’re detailing five of our favorite back-to-school shopping methods just for you.
Learn all about Vivica Parker, the current CAFY Student of the Month and discover how you can nominate a superstar teen in the Huntsville or Madison County area!
Find out why we’re reading Every Wild Heart for our RCM virtual book club – and then make sure the title is on your beach read list for July!
All parents hope to prepare their boy or girl through education and training to be ready to enter the world after high school or college. But what does it actually MEAN to prepare your child for tomorrow? What specific things can you do right now that will make a big difference?
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Kids in grades 5th grade and up now have a free ‘How to do Research’ class at the Downtown Huntsville Library. Find out the details and how to sign up!
Find out more details about the Huntsville Madison County Public Library system’s 2017 Summer Reading Program and why your kid should participate this year.
Our next RCM Book Club selection is “Everything, Everything” by Nicola Yoon – read our review and get ready to discuss the book on May 25th!
Maintaining a calm and helpful attitude during this time is critical for your student’s success. Here is a quick list of helpful tips from a local expert for success during testing time.
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Alabama restructured their high school diploma tracks in 2013, changing up each student’s path to graduation. Here is what you need to know.