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Communities of Faith, Knowledge, and Service

What a big 7 days for catholic schools across the country as they celebrate Catholic Schools Week! CSW starts the last Sunday in January and it is observed all week long - January 31 – February 6.The theme this year for National Catholic Schools Week 2016 is “Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service.” Many catholic schools observe the week [...]

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Show the Love

Spirit is alive and well in many schools across the country. However, school pride is not just wearing your school’s colors. It goes much deeper than that – it’s more than just on the surface. Spirit and pride gives the students a sense of belonging to something far greater than themselves. It is extremely contagious and can [...]

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Curl Up

Anytime is a perfect time to find a great read and get lost in a sea of words. But, isn’t this the best time of year to cozy up with a blanket by the fire with a favorite book? Here, at Educational Outfitters, we think so! Children love to cuddle up with their mom, dad, grandparent, or caregiver [...]

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Baby It's Cold Outside!

Baby it’s cold outside! The National Weather Service has issued warnings for parts of our great country in regards to the Artic Blast that is covering the mid-west, sweeping its way eastward and even down into the south.While it would be nice to just cozy up inside under blankets while watching movies, hibernation is not realistic for most [...]

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High Waters and Mis-Matched Socks

Many of us have lounged around in pajama pants and sweats just being comfy and cozy at home, during the holidays. After all, that’s what we all love to do over the course of our breaks - just chill-lax.The second semester of school started today for many students across the country. Since they haven’t worn [...]

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Resolution Revolution

It’s that time of year where many of us try to decide on our New Year’s resolution. What exactly is a New Year’s resolution? It’s a tradition most common in the Western Hemisphere where a person makes a commitment of self-improvement or, perhaps even offer consistent acts of kindness to others on a routine basis. Resolutions can be as [...]

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Traditions

Just as school uniforms are a tradition found at many schools, families fill their holiday season with many traditions in hopes to keep the magic alive for the younger generations. Some Christmas traditions can be leaving cookies out for Santa, going to church on Christmas Eve, or even putting out homemade reindeer food because we all know Rudolph and his [...]

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Fast Facts & Figures on School Dress Codes & Uniforms

Facts and FiguresTo improve school safety and discipline, President Clinton in 1996 issued a statement encouraging the use of school uniforms as an important part of an overall program. After his speech, the Department of Education prepared guidelines to encourage all states and school systems to set up dress code policies. Both large and small [...]

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Christmas Gifts and the Hard-to-Buy for Person

Giving gifts and seeing smiles on others faces is one of the best things during the holiday season. But, what on earth do you give to that person who seems to have everything? Well, with only several weeks left until Christmas, one better hop in the sleigh and get to it!Many in your life are easy to buy [...]

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School Uniform Care Tips

Helpful Tips to Care for your School Uniforms & Dress Code ApparelFor Best Results To start, try to use quality detergents - additives in some detergents can cause pilling and fading.Be sure to pre-treat any stains on items before washing.To prevent snags, zippers should be zipped - snaps, buttons & clips should be fastened before [...]

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