Summer Break: How to Prevent Brain Drain in Kids

At the end of each school year, there’s always concern on the part of parents and teachers that students will be victimized by brain drain over summer break. It’s no myth. Over the two to three months students are on summer break, they experience an overall learning loss of one month and it takes the first six weeks of school for kids to relearn old material.

How Kids Learn Life Skills Through Art and Music

Parents may remember, back when they were kids, schools had real classes—math, science, history—and fun classes—art and music. Parents may also remember they perhaps didn’t take art or music very seriously, looking at it more like a break from the demands of serious academics than an actual learning experience.

Got Talent?

On March 13, students can sign up for the La Paloma Central Talent Show, which is scheduled to take place on April 5.

Daddy-Daughter Dance

La Paloma Central’s Daddy-Daughter Dance will be on Friday, March 8, 6:30-8:30 p.m. The event, which has a Mardi Gras theme, features a dinner, dancing, and memories galore for female students and the significant male in their lives.

Celebrating Presidents Day – A National Tradition

Many kids spend the third Monday of February sleeping in late and enjoying a day off from school. With an extended weekend in their future, it’s a perfect time to explain to your children the full—and slightly complicated—history of Presidents Day.

Love of Reading/Spirit Week

From February 11-15, La Paloma’s Central campus will be celebrating literacy and letting students proclaim their school spirit, all in the same week.