All facets of education have changed, from on campus and/or Zoom learning to admissions and budgetary changes at Universities which will trickle down. Scholarships have been cut and Admissions cannot rely on SAT and ACT scores as much as they used to. How do families pivot to rethink their educational needs and goals?
Home and parents are the key mechanisms by which religious faith and practice are transmitted intergenerationally. Recent studies indicate that the single most important factor in youth becoming committed and engaged in the religious faith as young adults, is that the family talks about religion in the home.
How it works- An explanation of how and why the Housing Authority of Greenwich is renaming to “Greenwich Communities. Our Neighborhood Partnerships.”
A 102 year old Greenwich resident shares her story of recovering from COVID-19 at the height of the pandemic.
Take this moment to get to know your home as we will remain house-centric in the future. Change the flow, reorganize space, get rid of things that make you uncomfortable. Make it your sanctuary.
Courtnay Arpano is a professional chef, offering clean, fresh, local, organic clean food and southern chicken pies, delivered to your home. “Clean Weeks” gives you family-friendly meals that can include immune-supporting ingredients in soups, layered salads in a jar (“a jar for the car”), berries, grains, nuts, seeds, medicinal teas, snacks and dark chocolate, to super-charge your system and ward off sickness, delivered fresh to your doorstep, in an insulated bag.
Top Ten Tips from a seasoned entrepreneur on how to work from home.
Greenwich has more options for older adults than people realize, as they strive to make it a certified Age Friendly Town.
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