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Tips and Services for Parents Relocating to Denver

Written by Bethany Todd and Jen Rigsby   Each year thousands of families move to different cities pursuing career possibilities or a better lifestyle.  While some family members may be excited and inspired by the move, others may feel a sense of stress, anxiety and fear of the unknown.  For young children, the stress of […]

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How to Pick a Preschool and the Importance of School Tours

Written by Bethany Todd, in Collaboration with Laura Barr Last week, we posted an article entitled How to Pick a Preschool in an Hour or Less. While I agree with this in some ways, I believe that it’s a bit misleading. In order to pick a preschool, you have to have do research, participate in school tours, […]

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e.Merging’s Educational Consulting and Assessment Services

Written by Bethany Todd What are the best schools for STEM education? Can you help me find the right fit for my child? These are common questions our clients ask. At e.Merging, we understand that every child is unique. Therefore, we provide a wide range of services, working with our clients to create a personalized education plan […]

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Summer Programs at Top Boarding Schools 2017

Written by Bethany Todd, in Collaboration with Jen Rigsby There are PHENOMENAL Summer Programs located throughout the country at TOP U.S. boarding schools. Below is a list of some of these residential programs. Take a deeper look at each program by clicking on the provided link. Most of these programs have too many options to […]

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2017 Denver Summer Camp Programs

Getting prepped for Summer Camps?! The time to think about 2017 summer camp programs is here and for some schools, the time to register is now! Get an overview of Denver’s Local Private School Camps here. We have complied a list of programs that will keep your kids stimulated and occupied. Regardless of whether your child is enrolled, many private […]

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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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The “Value” of Denver Private Schools

Written by Laura Barr As we head into the admissions season,  parents begin debating where they want their child to attend private school. Parents often wonder, what is the “value” of attending private school vs. public school?  Each family has to evaluate this decision based on a variety of personal factors.  At e.Merging, our goal is to […]

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Denver Resources, Programs and Supports for ALL Families

E.Merging is proud to provide resources for families in Denver to organizations, services, educational activities, volunteer opportunities and support services.  As Denver families head into a new school year, we wanted to remind and update you about organizations that serve human beings with differences of all kinds.  It is our mission, at e.Merging, to teach […]

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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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