Children’s Lighthouse in Rockwall offers Virtual Learning Assistance

Children’s Lighthouse in Rockwall offers Virtual Learning Assistance

ROCKWALL, TX – July 22, 2020 – Not sure about public school this year? Children’s Lighthouse, located at 3009 N. Goliad, offers Virtual Learning Assistance. Full-time and part-time programs are available, and small class sizes.   More than just a daycare, Children’s Lighthouse is a family-focused, premium early learning school with a focus on developing […]

Rockwall Safe: Superintendent message about online campus learning

Rockwall Safe: Superintendent message about online campus learning

(ROCKWALL, TX – March 16, 2020) Hello Rockwall ISD Families, Understandably, this is a challenging and unprecedented time for our Rockwall ISD community of staff, students, and parents as we adjust our lives to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. We have communicated with all Rockwall ISD staff our important role, and that role is to […]

Frisco YMCA welcomes summer STEM robotics coding program

(Frisco, TX—July 8, 2016) The Frisco Family YMCA is hosting a STEM Summer Camp for K-6th grades. Kids interested in robotics, coding and game design will be taught the Harvard/MIT Creative Coding Method to: design video games like Pong, PacMan and Shark Attack, code animations and interactive musical stories, and program robots for moves, mazes […]

Empowering Rockwall ISD students with 21st century learning

(ROCKWALL/HEATH, TX – Oct 6, 2015) As families settle into the new school year, the Rockwall ISD and the Board of Trustees have some exciting goals in mind for students in 2015 and beyond – goals which will greatly impact the way students learn and prepare for life after high school. According to RISD Board […]

ADHD Support Group to address getting kids ready for back-to-school

ROCKWALL, TX. (July 29, 2015) Mark your calendar for 6 p.m. Thursday, August 13th when Rockwall’s ADHD Support Group will meet at the Rockwall County Library to discuss getting kids prepared to go back to school. The guest facilitator for this meeting is Cini Abraham, M.D. The purpose of the group is to connect parents […]

Summertime learning doesn’t have to feel like homework

ROCKWALL,TX. (June 24, 2015) When I am asked by parents about homework for their child I flash back to the beginning of my favorite Dickens story, “A Tale of Two Cities.” His wonderful work starts, “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times,” an apt analogy for the thing we call […]

Relight the candle

Five-year-old Tommy walked over to his mother, Judy. ‘Write my name for me, Mommy.” “Tommy, you know how to write your name.” “But I don’t ‘member,” he said. Tommy’s mother, Judy, phoned me, near tears, about this conversation.   Judy’s concern was that Tommy had forgotten something as seemingly simple as the three letters in Tom. […]