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Tate's Barn

Tate’s School Expansion Continues with “The Barn”

Located in West Knoxville, just off Cedar Bluff Rd., Tate’s School just opened the most amazing Athletic & Dining Hall! It features a gym, indoor and outdoor dining areas, and a kitchen where homemade meals are prepared for students. Resident Chef Gerry Gardner delights in encouraging healthy eating and incorporating fresh herbs and vegetables from […]

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Morning Star Featured

Morning Star Child Development Center Opens Kindergarten in Fall 2017

Morning Star Child Development Center is expanding its services by offering kindergarten in the fall of 2017. Founded in 1990, Morning Star Child Development Center with national accreditation (NAEYC) and 3 star rating provides excellent care for children 6 weeks to 12 years of age. Full-time, part-time, parents’ day out, summer camp and after school programs […]

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2017 VBS Guide

Vacation Bible School 2017

Summer is around the corner, and as you consider plans and activities for your kiddos, don’t forget to look into Vacation Bible School (VBS)! Each program offers an experience complete with crafts, activities, friends and valuable lessons. VBS is offered at different times and locations throughout Knoxville, and this year’s round-up sounds so fun, it […]

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How Mother's Day Out Saved My Sanity

How Mother’s Day Out Saved My Sanity

It’s not for everyone. I get that. In the stay-at-home mom community I’m a part of, it’s something that few of us do, but many of us speak of privately. Quietly, I’ve had numerous conversations with close mama friends, many of whom feel that putting their little ones in any kind of program prior to […]

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Social Emotional Development

Social Emotional Development: Using Books to Teach Important Life Skills {Free Printable}

One of the most influential things we can do for our children is to nurture and encourage their social emotional development. These foundational tools will help them understand and express their own feelings, accurately read and respond to other people’s emotional state, manage their own expressions, show empathy to others and be able to maintain relationships as they […]

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Episcopal School of Knoxville

Setting the Foundation: ESK’s Junior Kindergarten Program Soars

At the Episcopal School of Knoxville, both the administration and faculty believe that “play is the work of children,” and at no level is that more apparent than with the junior kindergarten program. From its inception at the start of the 2014-15 school year, the program has provided a place where students are able to […]

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