They’re back in school. Do you feel ready, organized, and pumped for a new year? Here’s a tiny list of ways to help stay organized, with a twist of humor, to keep us afloat this school year.
Your kids and teens have a few more days to return their summer reading folders to any Louisville Free Public Library location. Don't miss out on these great prizes and rewards for reading all summer long!
School is back in session, and it's time to dress the part. Allow Louisville.com to help you and your teen get ready for the new school year with a few appropriate trends for fall 2013.
The program, Summer Boost, is fostering reading skills success this summer.
Tonight, Tuesday, May 28, is Operation Parent night at the Louisville Bats baseball game. Doors open at 5:30pm.
Louisville doesn't have a children's museum. A lot of folks think the families in the Derby City should have one. Want to find out more? Come to one of two community meetings: 3/8 and 3/24.
Want to know what trends to consider from the runways of the Spring/Summer 2013 fashion week season? Look no further, as I guide you through some of the more interesting ideas to consider for your closet in the coming months.
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"The legislature's mandate that parents and legal guardians have the right to choose the school nearest their home for their children to attend is not without reason nor fortuitous. The benefit of children attending neighborhood schools is obvious. Busing creates the impediment of distance among parent, child, and school and, therefore, increases the difficulty of family involvement."