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Young children, like adults, can feel stressed. Can you recognize when your child is stressed? A consumer survey by WebMD showed that children often show stress by displaying negative behaviors. Increased arguing, whining, aggression or worry are just a few examples. Sometimes the stress is manifested by physical symptoms such as stomach pain, headaches, decreased concentration or difficulty sleeping. So, what can we, as parents, do to help our children with stress?

There are a few ways that parents can help reduce the stress in our children’s lives:

  1. Be a role model by
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Did you know that your brain can hold 100 times more information than a computer? Did you know sunsets on Mars are blue? Or that there is a beach in Hawaii with green sand? These are some of the “Did You Know?” facts you might find on the Lower School science classroom board each day. In my  Lower School science classroom I want to spark the interest of learning for my students every day.

I have always believed in learning something new everyday and I want to instill that habit into our students at Rossman. Reading a simple fun fact every day on the board is sometimes the only thing...Read more

I have a unique perspective this year from having my own child apply to college at the same time as my 25 Rossman kids apply to secondary school, and it’s amazing how similar the processes actually are! Both can be incredibly stressful times for students and parents alike.

Let’s Compare the Steps:

1.    Find the right fit – school research

We are blessed with so many great secondary school choices in St. Louis. For college, the landscape is even broader!

2.    Complete a lengthy...Read more

We’re celebrating the arrival of 2018 with a look back at the most popular Rossman School Blog articles of 2017. Get to know Rossman even better and pick up a few tips for your parenting arsenal with these news highlights and teacher insights.

  1. Rossman Among Top 10 Missouri Schools to Support AHA 
    by Communications Manager Sarah Meyer
     

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I remember when I had my first child, nothing went as planned. Not only was he born during Hurricane Sandy, but our magical idea of bringing him home to our cozy place for the first time after leaving the hospital was not even an option. Without power, and a northeaster looming in the forecast after the hurricane, we had no other choice but to stay with my parents for two weeks. They had power, were excited about the opportunity to provide us a place to stay, and I liked the idea of someone else cooking for us.

I remember my husband taking multiple trips to our house. His excursions...Read more

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