What’s Happening: Summer Months and Blogs 7680

What’s Happening: Summer Months and Blogs

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It's June which means the kids are out of school and the temps are rising! We have a scheduling update for you with regards to the blog and what you can look forward to through the summer months.

Just like that, the warm months of summer are finally upon us. For most educators, when the temps start to rise, the children return home, and beaches are suddenly a viable option, it must be time for summer vacation.

As for this blog, well, we’re also about to be going on a similar summer vacation. Just as we’ve done in years past, these weekly blog posts are going on their own short-term hiatus. Following this blog and through July, we’re going to be stepping away from our traditional weekly format.

However, just because we’re not here every week doesn’t mean we’re completely gone. We’ll still be bringing you our monthly release recap posts for June and July. Plus, if there’s a time sensitive topic that we think you should absolutely know about, you can be sure to see that up here.

Unlike previous years, we’re cutting our summer blogging break shorter than normal. Mark this down in your calendars as we’ll be returning on August 3, 2021. We’ll be kicking off our return with the July recap and then following that up with some important information we’d like to share with you before the school year starts in full. Do. Not. Miss. It.

If you haven’t yet done so, be sure to subscribe to the blog so you’ll be notified when our latest posts go live over the summer months. Before I take off this week, I wanted to again thank each and every one of you for stopping by and supporting the work we do here in the community. Whether this is your first time at the blog or you’re someone who's here each and every week, we absolutely appreciate you and the feedback you provide.

We hope you all have a great summer and we’re looking forward to bringing you more great content when you get back.

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