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Christi Stapleton

Christi Stapleton

Education Weber City, VA, USA
I am the wife of a Special Educator/Administrator and together we parent three sons who are a preteen, tween, and preschooler. I am working my dream job as a Reading Specialist, helping students in grades K-3 become better readers at two rural elementary schools.




Reading Specialist
  • B.A.--Interdiciplinary English
  • M.A.--Reading
  • Virginia Teaching certificate in grades NK-8 and in K-12 Reading.
Working for:
Scott County Public Schools ( )


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My school opted for iPads 2 years ago. Each teacher is free to choose apps he thinks suitable for the learning goals proposed. The criteria vary but ...


Do both people have to have a Kik account to send and receive messages?


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I know IE gives you the option to disable the 'delete internet history' in the Tools menu. I wish other (read more used) browsers did the same. ...


It's very easy to delete browsing history. You are better off with a parental control product that keeps history, and lets you see it by logging into ...

Good book recommendations for a 9 year old with a reading age of 14?

Thanks so much! I have a son who is in the same boat!!

Do your kids believe in Bigfoot?

My oldest, no; but my younger two, maybe!!


How do you stop a child from lying?


For slightly different but related reasons I use Evernote, dropbox and google drive extensively for school and outside it (mixture of personal and ...

What's the best cloud storage for schools?

I agree with David. I use a combination of google docs, Evernote, and dropbox. Haven't heard of the other he mentioned, but I'm gonna check it out ...

When can I start taking my daughter to the movies?

With my two older sons, they were ready for animated movies at her age. We tried to take my now 3 year old to see a movie last summer and he wasn't ...

What's the point of my reputation points?

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Let's get this clear - having a Quibly reputation is a good thing. We give you points for all the amazing things you do. Questions, Answers, Upvotes, and all those other little things you all do to make Quibly awesome are all taken into account.

Careful though your score depends on how often you help other parents out, so keep an eye out for any questions you can give good answers to and don't forget to upvote anyone else's excellent answers.

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