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What to Remember When Packing for Camp

A camp counselor talking wearing a green shirt is talking to a group of children who are wearing life vests at camp.

Every year, the highlights of camp season are different. A new friend made, a new hobby discovered or perhaps a new favorite food. But the hard part of dropping your kids off is always the same. The worry, the rush and, inevitably, the forgotten items. We spoke to local camp …

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When to Register Your Child for Camp

Friends watch the sun set.

It may not be the first thing that comes to mind as the snow begins to pile up in the Mid-Atlantic, but winter may be the best time to lock in a summer camp program for your child. While there is “no wrong time to look for a camp,” according …

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Coding: A Good Career Path for Autistic Children?

A boy uses a computer.

For parents of autistic children, “learn to code” is not a snarky rejoinder to the absence of computer skills. It’s a legitimate suggestion for a career path. Many children who have autism spectrum disorder (ASD) struggle to find employment once they come of age, according to experts, who estimate most …

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Beth Tfiloh’s Team Approach to Enrichment and Development

“Teach a child in his own way; He will not swerve from it even in old age.” –Proverbs 22:6 Students truly flourish when their teachers see their strengths. Beth Tfiloh Lower School’s team approach to education provides opportunities for students to learn in small groups for a more personalized classroom …

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