A Book Advent Calendar is a great way to shift the focus toward experiences rather than things.
Learn how you can get involved with Real Talk, Huntsville City Schools Mentor Program.
“These other moms just don’t understand the development of children,” I used to say to my husband, “our children will be different.”
Join us for our online book discussion of Laura Vanderkam’s Off the Clock and read what our local book correspondent thought about it. Join us for the discussion online September 6th!
When parents are involved at schools, students tend to earn higher grades, attend school more regularly, stay in school longer, and enroll in higher level programs.
There are several places your child can experience an instrument petting zoo thanks to the Huntsville Symphony Orchestra!
Looking for some books on the Birds & Bees for your toddler or preschooler? This mom did some extensive research so you don’t have to.
Overwhelmed about that kindergarten supply list? We went shopping and got school supply tips from a teacher!
Want to know more about all the educational resources in Huntsville? We’ve compiled a list to help you go back to school.
We’ve put together some great advice from local experts on how to support students and teachers throughout the year!
There are so many things to do to get ready to go back to school! New supplies, routines, ideas for 1st day photos & more!
Tutor.com is a FREE resource that can help students get the help they need in the subjects they want. Thank you, HMCPL!
Join us for our online book discussion of Liv Constantine’s The Last Mrs. Parrish and read what our local book correspondent thought about it. Join us for the discussion online July 26!
Different families use different strategies for back to school, so we’re detailing five of our favorite methods just for you.
Described as “the Beastie Boys meet Sesame Street” – Koo Koo Kanga Roo is coming to Huntsville for a FREE show!
When is the back to school tax free weekend in Huntsville and Alabama? What’s included?
Curious about what Alabama Renaissance School has to offer your K-12th grader? Find out more about this virtual choice for Huntsville families.
Get the details about this year’s Summer Reading program, “Libraries Rock!”
Considering summer camp for your child this year? Learn more about Camp Cha-La-Kee in Guntersville, AL.
This is a wealth of resources for families who want to start homeschooling in Huntsville. Getting started is the hardest part.