Whether in the classroom or working virtually, teachers are being asked to come up with innovative methods for helping their students learn. To celebrate and reward Texas teachers who are developing new and original approaches to teaching during the pandemic, State Farm is here to assist! Teachers in Texas are invited to submit their innovative teaching ideas. State Farm ® Teacher Assist will accept two hundred submissions and 40 will be selected as grant recipients. Each teacher who is selected will receive a $2,500 grant to implement or support their creative projects.
The stores are filled with bustling shoppers. Christmas music plays on every aisle. Houses are trimmed with twinkling lights that glow cheery through the crisp night. It’s the most wonderful time of the year. The happiest season of all.
December is here, which means the holidays are among us. With the holidays comes fun, family, and, of course, delicious foods. While holiday favorites are usually eaten around this time of the year, these foods can sometimes be overeaten and be high in calories, fat, and added sugars. Therefore, conscious decisions on the types and amounts of foods can be even more important.
In 1942, I was seven years old. My sister Marilyn, who was eleven at the time, took care of my brother and I while my mother worked. My father and mother were no longer married.