Una’s October Podcast: The Power of Moments

Una’s October Podcast: The Power of Moments

What do you remember most about a recent family trip? According to Dan and Chip Heath in their book The Power of Moments, you remember a PEAK and an END and the rest is a bit mixed in together. This month’s podcast talks about the moments we grab onto, what makes them extraordinary, and how we can […]

“Passing the Dad Test,” A September Heads Letter by Chuck Baldecchi

“Passing the Dad Test,” A September Heads Letter by Chuck Baldecchi

I have spent the summer thinking about whether there is a difference between a child jumping off a pier into the water for the first time and giving your teenager keys to a car. I can argue both sides. I remember when they were babies. I remember that first step. I remember their first day […]

Managing Screen Time: Lessons from “Screenagers”

Managing Screen Time: Lessons from “Screenagers”

EYES WIDE OPEN. That’s the parent-school partnership mantra. Sometimes it can be uncomfortable because parenting is difficult, but working together is in the best interest of our children and our community as a whole. That’s why The Lexington School Parent Association sponsored the film “Screenagers.” The topic of screen time is an important one that […]

Screen Time Parenting Paradox with Dr. Laura Bonzo-Sims and Dr. Katherine Stone

Screen Time Parenting Paradox with Dr. Laura Bonzo-Sims and Dr. Katherine Stone

Parenting Paradox is a series of articles written by The Lexington School’s English teacher, College Planning expert Dr. Bonzo-Sims in partnership with psychologist, Dr. Katherine Stone. The crux of the parenting advice columns lies in a dual perspective: the parent and the child’s.  Screen-time management important for all ages winter and beyond. You started out […]