Bear Creek Blog

  • Student Blog

Getting back to work is slow treading second semester. I like to call it a “slow jog” because there are so many breaks and moments where your mind distances itself from school (i.e. ski trips and weekends spent sleeping in till noon) which makes it difficult to snap back into the grind the next week. 

Read More about Finishing the Race: Stay Motivated
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  • Early Years
  • Elementary Age

As a parent, empathy is perhaps the most critical skill you can develop in your child. It not only transforms us as adults, being in good connection with, and communication of, our own emotions, it also helps our children develop a good vocabulary associated with their emotions.

Read More about Empathy: The Foundation of Effective Parenting Part Two
  • Student Blog

I sat down with Abby Campbell, a junior, to find out her best tips and tricks for studying for tests. As an upperclassman, Abby has learned a thing or two about the best ways to study and has graciously explained her recommendations in three simple steps.

Read More about Three Steps to Studying Like a Pro: Through the Eyes of Upperclassman Abby Campbell


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