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Homespun Fun

By Elizabeth Copeland, Red Apple Parent and Assistant Teacher Some summer days are better spent at home. When the thermometer reaches 100 degrees, I find myself not wanting to venture out into the world unless we are heading straight to the swimming pool. I thought I’d share some of our […]

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Small-scale Summer Adventures

By Elizabeth Copeland, Red Apple Parent and Assistant Teacher  I always look forward to summertime. Sleeping in just a little later; playing in the yard after dinner as the sun sinks behind the trees; sharing a watermelon on the back porch. I’m blessed to have three full months with my […]

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Decisions, Decisions

I began piano lessons when I was in 3rd grade.  My teacher was a lovely, gentle, southern lady who played the organ at the Methodist church. Mrs. Payte was an older, soft-spoken woman with beautifully kept gray hair, black lace-up orthopedic shoes, and a gleaming  black Steinway grand piano in […]

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Sit Down, Be Quiet and Do Something Weird

By Kristopher Copeland, Red Apple Dad Everybody loves a good square peg. You know the type. People like Pablo Picasso, Howard Hughes and Steve Jobs. Andy Warhol, Dr. Seuss and The Beatles. The kind of people who defy conformity and instead, amaze us with their creativity as we kinda shuffle around […]

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Like many parents my wife and I struggled with the decision to send our kids to Kindergarten or to hold them back and let them grow, both mentally and physically, for another year. The PreK II class that Red Apple offered was the perfect solution. Both of our boys were able to use this program to transition into Kindergarten and entered elementary school very well prepared. We could not have been more pleased with the decision that we made.

- Kyle - former Red Apple parent

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