Are you having trouble figuring out how to keep your kids active during the summer here in the Monadnock Region? Find some tips and programs in this last virtual session in the "Pandemic Parenting" program. Presented by The Keene Sentinel, Impact Monadnock and Impact Monadnock Business Ambassadors.
- A look at the challenges and responses to parenting during COVID-19. Funded by a competitive grant from the Solutions Journalism Network.
Community listening session #3
Community listening session #2
No doubt it's been a rough year for parents and teachers. But what can you do to help your student who may be struggling after a year of remote learning? Find some practical tips and advice, and hear from a local parent in this video, part of our Pandemic Parenting community listening series…
Community listening session #1
Parents, you're doing fine. Really. You may feel better after watching this first virtual community listening session in our Pandemic Parenting series. Learn more about how to manage the stress of parenting during this difficult time, and some tips for taking care of yourself. Presented by T…
Over the past five months, The Sentinel's Pandemic Parenting series has explored how gaps in child care access and affordability have been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, and how groups throughout the Monadnock Region are working together to tackle these challenges.
This March marks a year of learning at least partly at home for schoolchildren across the country. And though schools and families have quickly adapted, the prolonged disruption has educators and parents concerned about learning loss — especially in math.
Ella Salzmann’s parents planned for her to spend the summer at the Monadnock Regional School District’s Project Beyond the Bell summer camp. But when the COVID-19 pandemic forced camp to be held virtually, they had to cobble together a child care plan.
There’s not much that the COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t touched, from the ways we work, learn and relax to the faces we see on a regular basis. There’s no doubt the crisis is also shaping the child-care landscape in New Hampshire, exacerbating existing gaps in access and staffing that have long b…
When the COVID-19 pandemic first struck New Hampshire in mid-March, Tracy Hardy faced a parental problem that suddenly became almost ubiquitous: How could she continue working full-time, from home, while caring for her young child?