Tag: School

Three Ways College Campuses Are Improving Safety

Many college students are new to being on their own. They’ve just moved out of their parents’ home and are completely new to being responsible for themselves. While the world of college can be a great place to learn new life skills and keep yourself safe, it can still be very dangerous. Although only a minority Read More…

Using the Internet to Find Childhood Friends

It’s natural that you’re going to fall out of touch with people as you grow up. You’ll part ways when someone’s family moves, when someone goes to a different school than you, and when you graduate. All sorts of reasons exist that explain why you might no longer be in contact with an old acquaintance. Read More…

A Guide to Finding and Thanking Your Old Teachers

High school is an important part of many people’s lives. Some people meet their best friends in high school. Some meet their significant others. It’s when many people start broadening their horizons to learn more about the world and form their own opinions about it. Whether you loved it or hated it, it’s likely that Read More…

How to Throw a Great Class Reunion

Class reunions are a great time for everyone to get back together and talk about how things have been going in the past years. People can meet back up with old friends, talk to people they vaguely remember but want to learn more about, and generally have a good time reminiscing about when they were Read More…

How to Locate Your High School Sweetheart

High school is a time where kids really become adults. Between learning calculus and applying to jobs, most people had a girlfriend or boyfriend that they were crazy about, someone that they really wanted to spend most of their time with, both inside and outside of school. However, life moves on, and almost nobody actually Read More…

How to Find Your Highschool Classmates

For many people, high school was a great time socially. Four years of eight-hour days, usually with all the same people, tends to end up making close friendships. Plenty of people retained those friendships after high school ended, but unfortunately, a lot of people didn’t. Even with the best intentions, you can just fall away Read More…

Here’s a Scholarship Opportunity You Might Not Have Thought Of

November is Native American Heritage month in the U.S. That makes it the perfect time to learn whether you have any Native American heritage in your family. With PeopleFinders complete database of past public records, it’s easy to view connections your family has to the past. Those connections provide a way to see branching relationships Read More…

Paying Respect To The Victims From Aurora, Colorado

It’s been one week since the senseless tragedy in Aurora, Colorado. Over the last few days we’ve heard horrifying details about an event we will never understand. We’ve listened, watched and grieved together. When we hear a distressing story, our first thought is often: “Why?” We want the world we live in to make sense, Read More…

A 41-year-old Teacher Moves In With An 18-year-old Former Student

How would you feel? You learn that your 18-year-old daughter is in a relationship with a 41-year-old man. A man who used to be her teacher. How would you react? That’s the situation Tammie Powers recently found herself in. Her teenage daughter Jordan is romantically and sexually involved with a former teacher, James Hooker. Now Read More…

A Level 3 Sex Offender Visits An Elementary School

It’s not unusual for a parent to visit their child at school. When 32-year-old Jeffrey D. Smith entered Canandaigua Primary School, he followed the proper procedures. He signed in at the front desk and asked to see his 9-year-old daughter. But something was wrong. This man was not the young girl’s father. The name he Read More…