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Video: Counselor Tom Edwards on Navigating Coronavirus News with Your Son

Presbyterian Day School Counselor Tom Edwards shares a quick tip for parents on how best to deal with the news about the coronavirus epidemic.


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Listen & Follow: Jesus Is Speaking

Parents, how is it going? Most of us have now been with our kids all day, every day, for almost a month. So, how is it going? Are you exhausted with reminding your children to listen to you and do what you say?

If you’re like a lot of parents, you have a growing appreciation for the hard work teachers do every day in the classroom and are continuing to do in new ways from home. And, I can assure you that they are thankful for what you’re now doing to help your children continue to learn. But, there is something else that’s important for all of us to learn in these unprecedented times as we seek to love and raise our kids the best we can.


How Do You Build a Boy?

Suggestions for Online Learning

PDS understands that a shift to distance learning will require our boys and families to make adjustments. At the Hancock Home, we have been doing distance learning for the past three years. Some of you may know that my son, Clay, is an accomplished violinist and a traditional “bricks and mortar” school was not the best plan for him. He started online learning after his Freshman year of high school to allow for travel and practice. Now, he is heading towards graduation from online high school. We have experienced and adjusted a lot through these past years and you can click here to see some of the things we have learned that might help you during this time.


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Heart Inputs = Noble Outputs

“But the noble make many plans, and by noble deeds they stand.” - Isaiah 32:8

We all want our children to be noble and make a positive impact on the world and those around them. To do this we must go beyond their current behavior and their minds—we must reach their hearts.



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The Faithful Follower

Is Loved by God

● Gives up control of his life to Christ
● Lives his life faithfully in response to the gospel
● Saved by grace
● Leads a joyful life
● Lives with God’s promises in mind
● Is completely committed
● Studies God’s Word

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Strategic Parenting Blog

Heart Inputs = Noble Outputs

“But the noble make many plans, and by noble deeds they stand.” - Isaiah 32:8 We all want our children to be noble and make a positive impact on the…