Region One ESC Partners with LivingTree to Further Build Community in Valley School Districts

        Region One ESC partners with LivingTree to further build community in Valley school districts LivingTree’s private “social-like” network recommended for community engagement August 5, 2014– As the Rio Grande Valley continues to see rapid growth and Texas House Bill 5 requirements challenge school districts to evaluate their performance on community and parental […] read more...

Texas Education Service Centers Partner with LivingTree

http://educationprnews.com/education_articles/2014/07/texas-education-service-centers-partner-with-livingtree-389749.htm#.U8XtCPldWSo Texas Education Service Centers Partner with LivingTreeTogether, ESCs and LivingTree bring one integrated K-12 private “social-like” network to school communities    AUSTIN, TX, July 15, 2014 /Education PR News/ — In light of Texas House Bill 5 requirements regarding community engagement, several regional education service centers have partnered with LivingTree to bring a unique, private collaboration […] read more...

Connecting Parents to Their Children’s Teachers and Schools With LivingTree

Read about LivingTree on emerginingedtech.com: Connecting Parents to Their Children’s Teachers and Schools With LivingTree by LAURA WELLINGTON on JUNE 17, 2014 Raising the Pride: Merging Education & Technology With The Heart Of A Lion! If you ever doubted the power “parent involvement” plays in impacting students’ own academic commitment, watch this awe-inspiring performance presented by Daniel Hand High […] read more...

ELL Parents: Forcing Change and Fighting to Be Heard Within Our U.S. School System!

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/laura-wellington-/ell-parents-forcing-chang_b_5119028.html Laura Wellington Media and Technology Entrepreneur, Blogger ELL Parents: Forcing Change and Fighting to Be Heard Within Our U.S. School System! Posted: 04/16/2014 11:00 am EDT Updated: 06/09/2014 5:59 am EDT Print Article Only in America can taking 36th place award you a grand prize of $71 billion dollars. But that’s where we are folks. According to the 2012 Program […] read more...

Teaching Your Child Healthy Friendship Skills

Written by Guest Blogger: Lisa Montierth Summer is just over the horizon! It’s coming at us fast, and it’s bringing all sorts of wonderful things with it: long hours spent under the sun, barbecues, family vacations, and, of course, a break from all the routines of the school year. With all that free time sprawling […] read more...

Helping Your Child Develop a Love of Learning

Written by Guest Blogger: Lisa Montierth A love of learning can make all the difference in your child’s life, and not just in school. Developing a passion to learn helps kids grow into curious, successful adults. Being engaged at school is certainly a big step toward being an enthusiastic learner, but parents can build on […] read more...

How to Hold Great Parent Teacher Conferences

Written by Guest Blogger: Lisa Montierth Parent-teacher conferences will always have the potential to be emotional minefields. But you have the power to make the experience productive and enjoyable. Use some of these techniques to have your best parent-teacher conferences yet (you can use these techniques for other parent conferences throughout the year, too!). Take […] read more...

How to Encourage Parent Engagement at Your School

Written By Guest Blogger: Lisa Montierth Parent engagement at school does so many great things for the community. Teachers have better morale, students are more interested, and parents even report feeling more confident and satisfied when they are engaged at their children’s school. Schools achieve more in every way, leading to happier, more successful teachers […] read more...