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2015 Pumpkin Patch- October 17th

10:00 am-4:00 pm
Hosted by St Angela School

Benefitting the Boys and Girls Clubs of Brea, Placentia and Yorba Linda

For details:

Too Hot outside…Let’s enjoy indoor PE!!!

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St. Angela Merici Parish School is proud to announce our 8th Annual Auction Dinner Dance, ANCHORS AWAY, to be held on November 7, 2015.

We need your help with donations..

Donations to our live and silent auctions have included sporting event tickets, vacation rentals, restaurant gift certificates, theater tickets, spa certificates, jewelry, sports memorabilia and much more. No item or donation is too small and every donation is greatly appreciated. Sponsorship and underwriting opportunities are also available.

Any Questions- Contact Jill Canales at  

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My kid texts constantly! What can I do?

Staying in touch with friends is super important to tweens and teens — when we were teens, we talked for hours on the phone! Now the same kind of contact happens through texting. And, as annoying as it can be to see your kids jabbing away at their phones, it’s a normal part of life for many kids and teens.

However, if cell phone use is getting in the way of family time, homework, and other responsibilities, it might be time to help your kid manage his or her phone time.

Help kids find space for face-to-face conversations. Put phones down during key conversation times such as dinner or car rides.

Model the manners and behavior you want to see. Avoid texting in the car. Consider narrating your phone use (“I’m looking up directions to the party”) so young kids understand the utility of the device. Make sure to excuse yourself if you have to interrupt a family moment to attend to your phone.

Charge your kids’ phones in your room at night. Removing their phones can give kids a needed break.

Establish consequences for problematic phone use. If your kids are having trouble putting the phone away when you ask or are engaging in other problematic phone-related behavior, consider instituting temporary time or location limits. Some wireless carriers offer parental controls that let you set daily phone-use limits, and some apps can disable your kid’s phone when he or she hits a limit.

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