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As a Mother, As an Educator: Why American Education Week Matters

Responsibility.org provides resources and tools to teachers for American Education Week Communities around the country are helping the National Education Association (NEA) celebrate American Education Week from November 16-22. This week honors the work of educators, parents, support professionals and community members to help students achieve their potential. As a...

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Come Meet The Small Sports – Are You Ready To Play!

A new sports-themed brand for children ages three to eight years old. The Small Sports® cast of five lovable characters guide children through the principles of teamwork and good sportsmanship. With big hearts and even bigger imaginations, The Small Sports go on many exciting storybook adventures while reinforcing the strong...

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Not a Revelation, a Reminder

As kids, we are all thankful for the little things that make our life a bit more fun; whether it be a night without homework, Aunt Helga’s pumpkin cheesecake, going to a concert or even just spending time with friends. Come November 27th, it’s truly family, friends, school, a roof...

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Give Thanks: Small Changes Making a Big Impact

Right now, all across the United States, small, healthy changes are happening in schools. You may not read about it in the headlines, but the fact is, 49 schools and 10 school districts are putting small amounts of funding to good use. The Healthy Weight Commitment Foundation (HWCF) through their...

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Remmi Smith Cooks Up Spookily Delicious Snacks!

Are YOU ready for Halloween tomorrow?! We thought we’d give you some festive ideas to make fun, delicious and healthy recipes with our Superstar Remmi Smith! Check out her blog featured below on Cook Time with Remmi! Hi fans of Ask.Listen.Learn! I’m Chef Remmi of Cook Time with Remmi and...

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We kicked off fall with a DC SCORES frenzy!

The school year is underway and the excitement has been brewing to finally have the largest outdoor celebration for elementary school students of the DC SCORES fall season! Ask, Listen, Learn: Kids and Alcohol Don’t Mix partners with DC SCORES because of their commitment to help kids say YES to a healthy lifestyle...

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Walk your way to a healthy Halloween!

We thought Halloween had a bad reputation: Candy, sugar and scary stuff! Let’s spook all those bad raps away! Do you realize how much you and your kid walk on Halloween night?? If you’re hitting the streets as a family, try tracking how many miles you went! Is your kid...

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Tips for a Not-So-Scary Halloween!

As the day steadily approaches, your kids are getting more and more excited! Do you have a plan for the evening? If your middle schooler is venturing out with friends alone, here are some pointers to make the night a stress-free and safe one! Make sure your kid’s costume isn’t...

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A Scary Conversation for a Not-So-Scary Halloween!

The boogieman? A haunted house? A creaky floor? We’re talking about what really spooks you this Halloween! The one thing that shouldn’t freak you out? A conversation with your kid about how to avoid risky behavior this Halloween! We made an infographic to help inspire you to talk with your...

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Major Announcement! Classroom Champions becomes new partner!

Starting a conversation with kids about tough topics can be difficult. How do you get them to open up? Speak their minds? Combat peer pressure? Ask, Listen, Learn: Kids and Alcohol Don’t Mix, a program of the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility, is the most far-reaching and long-standing programs of...

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