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New Year’s Resolutions from Ask, Listen, Learn!

For many, the start of a new year offers an opportunity to reflect, evaluate, and start fresh. The same goes for our Ask, Listen, Learn characters! Our brain parts have all made resolutions to work towards healthier and happier versions of themselves. Learn a bit about each character’s function and...

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Classroom Champion Kurt Felix visited schools around Grenada!

Ask, Listen, Learn has been around for over a decade. The program has touched the lives of over 21 million parents, teachers and students in the US, and we’ve gone global. We’ve spent the past few years going to countries around the Caribbean and helping students realize the consequences of...

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A Healthy Summer Snack for the Family!

Need some inspiration for a fun, healthy snack to make with the family this summer? Here’s our tutorial for a fun kitchen experience the entire family can enjoy! Here’s what you need: Waffle Kiwi Berries String Cheese Blueberries Strawberries  

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Congressman Himes and Paralympian Tyler Carter in CT!

Yesterday we caught up with Congressman Jim Himes (D-CT) and Paralympic Alpine-Skier Tyler Carter at West Rocks Middle School in Norwalk, CT for an Ask, Listen, Learn event! West Rocks Middle heard from Congressman Himes and Carter about the importance of combating peer pressure and saying NO to underage drinking. Carter spoke first, captivating...

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A Superstar-Filled Day on Capitol Hill!

US Champions Lauren Holiday and Ashley Wagner, 94.7 Fresh FM DJs Tommy McFly, Jen Richer, and Kelly Collis, and Abe, Bill, and George from the Washington Nationals Racing Presidents joined us on Capitol Hill to celebrate our ninth annual Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day event and Alcohol...

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New Year, New You

Resolutions are meant to be broken. That’s right, you read that correctly.  As we start 2016, let’s think about what these high-intensity, sometimes stressful, personal promises really mean. What are you aiming for? If you get there, should you break that goal and move to a higher one? Should you...

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What are YOU thankful for?

It’s not every day you get to ask your favorite Classroom Champions Athlete Mentors personal qusetions, like what they’re thankful for this holiday season. So we thought we’d go ahead and get the skinny from one of our Superstars, Christian Taylor! Here’s what Christian is thankful for this holiday season: Now we...

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Thanksgiving Theme Never Gets Old: A message from Together Counts!

If you groaned when you saw pumpkins and Christmas trees lining the store shelves back in August, when you were busy buying school supplies, you’re not alone. Fall is a busy time and the pressure to decorate and celebrate weighs on us when we’re trying to simply get the family...

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The Scary Tween Eye-Roll for the Not-So-Scary Conversation

Want to have a Halloween filled with all treat, no trick? Let’s talk about your kid’s night once the sun goes down and the costumes come out. The extent of your engagement for this particular holiday will depend on the age of your kids and what their expectations are for...

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