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San Antonio Scoop: A Mom’s Guide to September

Congratulations! The back-to-school season has commenced, and we're all still standing. As you and your family settle into your routine, San Antonio has plenty in store. September is sort of like the calm before the fall festival season. Hispanic Heritage Month also kicks off in the middle of the month with Diez y Seis de Septiembre. [...]
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End-of-Summer Fun: When You’ve Got Nothing Left to Give

Hey there, parents! It’s not long now until our little darlings head off to school (if they haven’t already gone back!), and boy, are we going to miss them. I am sure we have all spent the past two-and-a-half months organizing and implementing the most amazing, creative, brain-stimulating, consciousness-raising, environment-saving, humanitarian-supporting, healthy-living summer activities we […]

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Teachers’ Tips for Getting Your Kids Ready for Back to School

We have partnered with HEB to bring relevant and important information to ACMB readers through this sponsored post. The first few days of school can be overwhelming and intimidating, even for returning students. While enjoying lazy days and loose schedules is one of the best parts of summer, there are small things we parents can […]

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Hey Summer, Bite Me

It hit me today. I’ve officially reached that point in the summer where I’m done. I’m not just done. I’m so-flipping-done-I-might-lose-it done, stick-a-fork-in-me-and-serve-me-straight-up-to-the-month-of-January done, I-may-or-may-not-have-just-signed-a-petition-for-year-round-school done. Done, y’all. Just done. I love summer. Come Memorial Day, I’m all, “Wee! Look at me! I’m fun mom, and our summer is going to be mindblowing! Swimming, no […]

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Tips for Choosing the Perfect Lunchbox

We have partnered with HEB to bring relevant and important information to ACMB Readers through this sponsored post. The first day of school is rapidly approaching! That phrase elicits elated fist bumps for some, tears of despair for others. When I rounded the corner last week at my HEB and found the red-shirted employees packing up the [...]
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Heintz Preschool Offers New Programs This Fall

Alamo City Moms Blog is happy to partner with Heintz Preschool to bring our readers information on their new programs, curriculum, and upcoming Open House. The mission of Heintz Preschool of Congregation Agudas Achim is to be a place founded on traditional values and to instill trust, honesty, and self-esteem to ensure a strong future for its […]

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Little Sunshine’s Playhouse & Preschool Opening This Fall

Our team at Alamo City Moms Blog is happy to partner with Little Sunshine’s Playhouse & Preschool to bring you news of their grand opening on the north side of San Antonio and information on their enrollment process and unique childcare services. **This article has been updated since its original publication date of June 30.** As […]

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IDEA Public Schools’ Class of 2016 Celebrates 100% College Acceptance at College Signing Day Ceremony

We welcome our partner IDEA Public Schools to Alamo City Moms Blog today, highlighting that 507 graduating seniors will reveal for the first time the college or university they will attend in the fall! Recently, IDEA Public Schools’ 507 seniors revealed their college choices to a packed arena. This year marks the tenth consecutive year IDEA […]

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Exciting Times for Education: Notes from the San Antonio Regional Public PK-12 Education Forum on April 21, 2016 at the Pearl Stable | Alamo City Moms Blog

Exciting Times for Education: Notes from the San Antonio Regional Public PK–12 Education Forum

It’s an exciting time to be raising educated children in San Antonio. That’s what I learned at the San Antonio Regional Public PK-12 Education Forum at the Pearl Stable last month. On April 21, 2016, a group of state and local education leaders held a panel discussion to talk about current challenges. They also presented a picture of […]

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