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Between the media and society, there are so many authoritarian figures telling us what to think. There are times when people that society deems important present us with facts and things that encourage what we should think, and then there are times that they don’t. 

We want children to be able to respect leaders and those in authority, but we also want them to be able to know how to think for themselves - not just because someone told them what to think.

Frog Dissections in science classes

Thursday, 24 February 2022 15:21

The life science classes recently learned about amphibians. After discussing the classification, habitats, and body systems the classes were able to dissect a frog to get a better understanding of their anatomy.

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Spring Spirit Week, Feb 14-18 2022

Friday, 18 February 2022 15:13

Spring 2022 Spirit Week at Crenshaw School.

Formanl Day, DIY Day, Celebrity Day, Mythology Day, and Spirit Day

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How to Avoid Second Semester Burnout

Monday, 07 February 2022 11:56

Do you remember when you were in school? Did you find it hard to get motivated to go back to school after winter break? After you had given it your all through the fall semester and you couldn’t even think about entering into the spring semester. 

Your brain had met its limit, and any information given to you felt like it was going in one ear and out the other. We want to help your child avoid getting to this point. We want to help them avoid that second-semester burnout. 

However, if they have gotten to the point of feeling like they can’t take on any more school work, it is important to help them take some time to rest and reset. Help them reduce their extracurricular participation, drink plenty of water, make sure they are nourishing their bodies, and get plenty of sleep.

In this article, we are providing five tips for helping students avoid burnout and excel during the second semester.