Kids who talk with parents about sex and relationships are less likely to engage in risky sexual behavior From “Where do babies come from?” to discussing teenage relationships, talking about sex is an important part of parenting that can make for some pretty interesting stories. The Minnesota Department of Health wants to turn some of those tales into helpful advice for … [Read more...]
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It has been little more than a month on the job for students returning to or starting school in Hopkins School District #270; it has been about four months for the district’s new superintendent, Dr. Rhoda Mhiripiri-Reed. The first few weeks in her new job have been very busy, scheduling meetings with faculty and parents and crisscrossing district sites in seven different … [Read more...]