Virginia leads the country in referrals of students to law enforcement. Local legislators, police, and school officials are working to change that.
Our children will get to pretend shop in an upgraded pretend grocery store and hopefully learn about non-pretend eating habits.
Looking for ways to help your kids burn off all that sugar they’ll ingest at their school Valentine’s Day parties? Richmond has you covered.
Why is being trapped indoors with your family so dang hard? You love them, yes?
Planning to register your child in Richmond City’s (free!) VPI program? Online registration starts on Tuesday, and in-person registration kicks off next month. Allow us to share some helpful info to get you squared away…
Beginning this weekend, the Children’s Museum of Richmond Central location will offer a series of special performances to honor Black History Month.
Beginning this week, Richmond Public Schools will host another round of community meetings to review and gather feedback on the Facilities Task Force Needs Report. Here is our impassioned plea.
A handful of things for you and your family to do before you settle down for Chips-And-Dips Day this Sunday.
As a librarian, it’s Hayley DeRoche’s job to be up on diversity in books. Then she realized her daughter’s books were a blinding lily-white. Whoops!
Last week’s inclement weather tasked Richmond-area public schools with tweaking their academic calendars. Thanks, #snowbama.