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St Mary Magdalen School

Five Things to Know About St. Mary Magdalen School

ACMB is thrilled to partner with St. Mary Magdalen School to share information about the school with our readers. This is a sponsored post. St. Mary Magdalen School, located west of Olmos Park, has been serving San Antonio students since 1942. St. Mary Magdalen School (SMMS) cultivates a growth mindset, bilingualism, multiculturalism, and strong character […]

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Education Elevated Through BTX Charter Schools

ACMB is partnering with BTX Charter Schools to share information about primary school opportunities and openings at BASIS Charter Schools. This is a sponsored post. Did you know that your children have access to a tuition-free, world-class education right here in San Antonio? The best schools in the nation are expanding! BTX Schools is opening […]

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Be a Techie Trailblazer This Summer at The DoSeum

Alamo City Moms Blog loves to partner with The DoSeum! Learn more about The DoSeum’s Summer Camps in this sponsored post. This summer, The DoSeum will offer special tech-themed camps based on their Summer of Tech initiative, where kids will become tech wizards and explore The DoSeum’s digiPlaySpace summer exhibit. Check out these fun, tech-focused […]

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Kids Love Learning at Heintz Preschool

Alamo City Moms Blog is happy to partner with Heintz Preschool to bring you information on their Fall preschool program and Open House on Sunday, August 20, 2017 from 10:00-11:30am. Heintz Preschool is passionate about encouraging young minds to playfully explore the possibilities of learning. The school, a part of Congregation Agudas Achim, is in the North […]

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Summer Camps at The DoSeum: A Summer Full of Fun and Learning

Alamo City Moms Blog loves to partner with The DoSeum! Learn more about The DoSeum’s Summer Camps in this sponsored post.   It’s no secret that we at ACMB love The DoSeum! On any given day, you’ll likely find at least one of our team members following their kids through the many colorful, hands-on exhibits. Not only […]

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Enjoy a Girls’ Night Out at Boerne Diva Night!

Alamo City Moms Blog is excited to partner with Boerne Diva Night to share this sponsored post with information about the ladies only night of shopping, dining, and fun coming up on April 13.    What makes a great Girls’ Night Out? Good music? Great company? Festive cocktails? SHOPPING?? If your answer is “all of the above,” mark your […]

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10 April Fools’ Day Tricks for Kids

April Fools’ Day is just around the corner! I love a holiday that encourages creativity, laughter, and practical jokes. We put out a call for ideas for pranks to play on your kids on the ACMB Community and Conversation Facebook Page, and I was delighted to find that our ACMB community is full of creative pranksters!    […]

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Welcoming 2017 With The DoSeum

ACMB is thrilled to partner with The DoSeum and share information about their 2017 programs and events in this sponsored post. It’s a new year, and local gem The DoSeum has a calendar full of hands-on learning opportunities, celebrations, and unique events for the families of San Antonio. It’s no secret that we at ACMB are loyal DoSeum fans. […]

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IDEA Public Schools Provides Advanced Placement Classes for All Students

ACMB is happy to partner with IDEA Public Schools to share information on their Advanced Placement program. The vision of the IDEA Public Schools’ college preparatory program is for every student at IDEA to graduate from high school ready to succeed in college. Students take a rigorous course load of essential core classes, as well as […]

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Therasuit Therapy at University Health System

We are honored to partner with University Health System to share this sponsored post highlighting the work of pediatric physical therapists at the UHS Reeves Rehabilitation Center. At University Health System’s Reeves Rehabilitation Center, an odd-looking suit is helping children learn to move more independently. It’s most appropriate for children with cerebral palsy or developmental delays, but […]

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