COVID

City Announces Modified Phase One

January 6, 2020 City Announces Modified Phase One as COVID-19 Cases and Hospitalizations Reach a Dangerous Rate in Orleans Parish Due to COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations reaching a statewide record high, t...

Community Support During the Time of COVID-19 

November 1, 2020 In our annual November issue, we normally highlight some of the great ways to give back to the community and focus on raising an altruistic child. So many worthy organizations have been cove...

Does Your Child Have COVID or a Cold?

November 1, 2020 How to spot the difference between COVID, the flu, a cold, and allergies  Whether it’s a runny nose or a cough, the first sign of a sick child fills parents with dread – especially when it’s ...
Advice from Nola Family's resident grandmother

Hip Grannie: Quarantine Blues, Part II

September 3, 2020   When I wrote my last "Hip Grannie," it was Day 23 of our citywide quarantine - but it seemed like Day 365.  I naively thought that this quarantine would last a couple more weeks and t...
School children masked and socially distanced in the classroom

Preparing Kids for Coronavirus Education

September 2, 2020 Parenting Corner: Mentally equipping your child for a new educational experience. As summer turns to fall, parents are preparing their children and teens for the new school year amid a pande...
Child in mask

Masking with Your Kids

6 Mask Safety Tips to Know Right Now Here are six helpful tips for keeping your child safely masked as they head back to school and their extra-curricular activities this COVID-19 fall.   Compliance. Withou...

NOLA Education during COVID

We gathered a panel of local experts to guide us through the ever-changing landscape of today's Covid-influenced education. We spoke with Dr. Pat Blackwell, a licensed psychologist, Dr. Lauren Hernandez, a boa...

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