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Reggie Farmer is the principal from Somerset Academy - Stephanie Campus. We talked about 3 things every teacher wishes parents knew about their child's education. We talked about what common core actually is and how charter schools differ from public schools. Click here for the audio!
We have Matthew West on our show. We talked about fresh new starts, raising girls and we even tricked him into singing "Let It Go" from Frozen and his NEW song "Day One" near the end of this podcast! This is so funny!
Matthew West talks about raising girls, fresh starts in a new year and we even got him to sing "Let it Go" and "Day One" at the end of this podcast!
The tech experts at Mashable.com put together a list of apps that can help you keep your new year's resolutions. Here's their list
We asked people in our SOS Radio community on Facebook which apps have helped them! Here's a few of the answers!
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Dr Kevin Lehman shares wisdom on raising teens, addressing rebellion, talking to our kids about tough subjects & more! Have a new family by Friday! Great ideas as we look toward a new year!
Midnight Mass at St. Francis Xavier Parish, corner of Pine and Orange streets in downtown Missoula, MT.
Midnight Mass is a traditional Mass with an abundance of song, full of Christmas carols, lit by candles and filled with the wonder of Christ's birth. Join us! All are welcome, regardless of your belief system.
Additional Mass times are 5 p.m. Christmas Eve (family Mass suitable for children), 9 p.m. Christmas Eve, 9 a.m. Christmas morning, and 11 a.m. Christmas day.