Career Academy of Cosmetology

June 29, 2016

San Joaquin County Office of Education, Career Technical Education Department The Career Academy of Cosmetology provides an exceptional learning experience to students interested in launching a career in the world of style and high fashion. Students learn hair cutting, hair coloring, facials, nails, communication skills, […]

7 Memberships to Save Your Summer

June 29, 2016

By Nora Heston Tarte Don’t let your summer be dull. Pack in the fun without busting the budget by stocking up on cool memberships for kids! Pixie Woods Where fairy-themed amusement park adventure awaits Cost: $30, August 6-October 22 Perks: Unlimited admission for up to […]

The “Princess” Of The D.O.V.E.S. Guidance Program

March 24, 2016

By Copper Williams Gayle Oxford, CEO and Owner of the D.O.V.E.S. Guidance Program, provides a little insight on one of her equestrian companions and their very important role—helping children from around San Joaquin and beyond! Name: Princess Gender: Female Age: 26 Occupation: Therapy Horse Breed: […]

Keep Your Kids on Track Academically

June 30, 2015

Keep Your Kids on Track Academically By Nora Heston Tarte             It’s inherent for parents to want their kids to succeed. Despite valiant efforts, some children struggle academically each year and seem to fall behind their classmates. Getting ahead of the problem could ensure success […]

SJ City Guide

What Are Your Kid's Teeth Telling You?

June 30, 2015

What Are Your Kid’s Teeth Telling You? A Comprehensive Look at Your Kid’s Mouth and the Dangers that Could Lurk Within By Nora Heston Tarte According to a survey from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in 2012, only 82 percent of children, ages 2-17, […]

July – August 2015 Calendar

June 30, 2015

July/August PARENTS 10 Great Dates Stockton Civic Theatre presents “Legally Blonde: The Musical” July 5-12 Blonde ambition takes the stage as America’s sweetheart, Elle Woods, comes to life in the Stockton Civic Theatre’s production of Legally Blonde: The musical. The musical, based on the blockbuster, […]

What's Happening at the Haggin Museum

June 30, 2015

What’s Happening at the Haggin Museum By Melissa Hutsell Get your kids ready for the upcoming school year with a visit to the Haggin Museum, located in Stockton’s Victory Park, this summer! The museum has plenty of educational activities and exhibitions, some even hands on, […]

Parents Magazine

Chiropractic Care for Kids

June 30, 2015

Chiropractic Care for Kids By Melissa Hutsell  Chiropractors have treated children for more than 100 years and counting. From eight days to eight years old, it’s never too early to see a chiropractor. Healthy U Chiropractor, Dr. Po Chua Her says that it’s common for […]

Nip Bullying in the Bud

June 30, 2015

Nip Bullying in the Bud By Nora Heston Tarte Schools and bullying go together. While bullying isn’t a new trend, it does seem to be picking up traction with the help of online platforms that allow name-calling and threats to follow children home. A recent […]

The Technological Parent Trap

June 30, 2015

The Technological Parent Trap By Heather Reagan Isbil             Technology easily takes the cake, in regards to some of my trickiest parenting challenges. It’s right up there with infants successfully sleeping through the night and an officially potty trained toddler. […]

Bear Creek Aquatics

June 30, 2015

Bear Creek Aquatics By Melissa Hutsell   Bear Creek Aquatics offers San Joaquin swimmers the freedom and flexibility to be involved in different types of water sports while also balancing other interests. After recognizing that typical programs do not allow this, owner Tom Downer decided […]

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