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The Reggio Emilia Philosophy and Inspire Preschool

Written by Bethany Todd, in Collaboration with Laura Barr The Reggio Emilia philosophy believes that when children guide their experiences they are allowed opportunities for self expression, and therefore become active participants in their own learning.  Students learn through exploration and project-based experiences, and are encouraged to engage all their senses. In a Reggio Emilia classroom, the teacher’s […]

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Denver Open Houses (UPDATED)

Written by Jen Rigsby Open House events are a great time for families to walk into a school to meet the administration, see the grounds and facilities, learn about the mission and values of the school, and see if its the right fit for your family. Schools use these events to share their school with […]

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PIN Event: Presentation by Laura Barr

PIN, Parent Information Network, with Cherry Creek School District is hosting PIN Presentations. Join PIN on Tuesday, November 1st to be inspired by Laura Barr as she engages, through story, what she has learned from raising and serving children with learning differences.  This talk is designed to be motivational while also providing tips and tricks […]

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5280’s School Fair in Denver, CO

Join the whole e.Merging team this Saturday, October 8th from 10 a.m.-noon, at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science for the 2016 School Fair. Learn more about Denver private, public, and charter schools by meeting admissions directors and gaining key information regarding some of the different school options. There are so many choices and it can feel overwhelming. […]

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PEP: A Free Conference for Parents in Denver

PEP is Parents Encouraging Parents. They promote “partnerships that are essential in supporting and including children with disabilities and their families in schools and the community.” Every year, P.E.P. offers a wonderful and free conference to parents. This opportunity is for those who want and need support for students with differences. Parents of children with special needs experience joys […]

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Enlightened Inclusion and our Parent Education Series

e.Merging is excited to announce  Laura Barr’s participation and creation of a new non-profit called Enlightened Inclusion.  This fall, Enlightened Inclusion, will be sponsoring Lunch and Learn Series.  Come listen, share, and eat with speakers who are on a mission to “enlighten” parents about pressing inclusion topics. Enlightened Inclusion Mission: to compel a substantial shift in the national culture, design, and […]

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Denver School Open Houses – Lower and Upper Schools

Written by Jen Rigsby Open House events are a great time for families to walk into a school to meet the administration, see the grounds and facilities, learn about the mission and values of the school, and see if its the right fit for your family. Schools use these events to share their school with […]

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BIZ Girls CEO Accelerator Program…Still Accepting Applicants!

Rockies Venture Club, along with other sponsors, have helped to create a non-profit that has put together a fabulous 1-week business program for young women. The Biz Girls Accelerator Program is committed to empowering young high school age women through entrepreneurship. The program is a week long, during which each of the attendees start and […]

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Denver School Choice 2016

Written by Bethany Todd, in Collaboration with Laura Barr “Denver is one of the big urban school districts that have adopted to transform the way school choice is regulated.   Over the past decade, Mr. Dorosin and the nonprofit IIPSC have used a combination of economic theory and custom software to help overhaul the school choice […]

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Summer Camps 2016

Private School Summer Camps leading the way for best value in 2016! Getting prepped for Summer Camps: The time to REGISTER is upon us! As the days begin to get longer, we are reminded that spring and summer will be here before we know it!  If you are starting to feel concerned about finding activities […]

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