& Teacher Supply
Just the words “Science Fair Project” are enough to make most parents nervous. But don’t worry, Crystal Children & Teacher Supply has all the information and supplies you need to make this project exciting and enjoyable. Following is a list of some of the items needed to make your project a winner:
·Tri-fold board – available in bright colors as well as white.
·Science Topic Headings: Problem, Hypothesis…
·Pre-Cut Ready letters available in solid colors, patterns and animal print designs.
·Decorative borders and trim in solid colors, patterns and animal print designs.
·Non-fiction books with color photos suitable for project use.
·Mini-Bulletin Board sets with detailed illustrations to enhance presentations.
Don’t know what to do your experiment on? Don’t worry they have books on Science Fair Projects available in all grade levels. They will also be holding a series of free mini-workshops for kids and their parents, “How to Survive Your Science Fair Project,” on Feb. 4 and Feb. 18 from 5:30 p.m.-6 p.m. Call 281-491-7323 or visit www.eteachersupply.com.
University of St. Thomas
The University of St. Thomas MBA degree program is designed to enable students to draw on all perspectives of business to effectively solve multifaceted business problems. The program stresses the integrative nature of management and the links between various courses and concepts. Students learn and apply knowledge across all disciplines.
Courses are geared towards the schedule of working professionals and are available evenings during the week and on Saturdays. The diverse faculty participates in Study Abroad programs in Europe, Asia and South America. St. Thomas has been nationally ranked for the last two years as a top 20 Study Abroad University.
To attend an Open House or find out more about admissions to the MBA program, contact Dr. Natasha Delcour at 713-525-2101, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.choose-ust.org/mba.
School of the Woods
School of the Woods offers a total continuum of interactive Montessori education in an accredited and unique learning environment, from age 2-1/2 through grade 12. Curriculum is personalized by Montessori-credentialed teachers according to each student ’s individual needs, interests and abilities.
Founded in 1962, School of the Woods is Houston’s oldest continuously operating Montessori school—independent, non-sectarian and nonprofit. It is accredited by American Montessori Society, Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, and the Texas Alliance of Accredited Private Schools.
Educational programs encompass Early Childhood-Kindergarten, Elementary (grades 1-3), Upper Elementary (grades 4-6), Woods Middle School (grades 7-8) and Woods High School (grades 9-12). Auxiliary programs include Dance, Gymnastics, Before/After School Care, Tutorials, Instrumental Music, Sports, and Summer School.
For more information, phone 713-686-8811. 1321 Wirt Road; Houston.
Founded in 1975, Grace School serves students from 20 months through eighth grade. Situated on a beautiful 13-acre campus in the Westchase District, the school offers a co-educational curriculum in each of three divisions: Early Childhood, Lower School and Middle School.
Enhanced by a warm, caring and nurturing environment, the Early Childhood experience is child-centered and designed to meet the needs of each student.
The Lower School offers a comprehensive elementary program while using innovative instructional methods.
The Grace School Middle School Experience encompasses a traditional academic approach combined with a wide range of co-curricular activities, including Theatre Arts, band and choir, and Christian Studies producing well-rounded and academicall- prepared students
For more information, please visit www.graceschool.org.