Welcome To Backpack Connection Magazine
Backpack Connection Magazine exists to be a link between schools, parents, our community, and family friendly businesses. Our goal is to highlight schools to show our community the wonderful things they do. It is our hope that our partnership with our advertisers, schools and parents will help to build a stronger community.
Our Moto: Encouraging, Supporting, and Loving the Children We Share…
We strive to create Community Centered Attention, Provide reasonable rates for local advertising, become and easy resource for parents to find highly recommended businesses.
We are placed in teachers boxes and are sent home in student’s backpacks while providing school content that attracks both the parent and child’s attention
If you share our vision and would like to join our family to provide this magazine free of charge to over 6400 Boerne/Leon Springs/Fair Oaks/Dominion children and their families please contact us.
Distribution is free to the student and supported by our generous advertisers. Printed in full color, the Backpack Connection is delivered to the schools, placed in teacher mailboxes and sent home the student backpacks at nine elementary schools.
Boerne: Fabra, Currington, Kendall, Fair Oaks and Cibolo Creek Schools
Northside: Leon Springs, Aue, McAndrew, and Ellison Schools
From Our Blog
Wow! The Backpack Connection Magazine is offering a unique opportunity for a local child to be on the cover. Backpack goes out to every elementary school in the area. Boerne, Fair Oaks, Leon Spring and Dominion area parents all enjoy it free of charge throughout the...read more
The Importance of Bedtimes for Children By Serfronya Wallace Every child needs to have a set bedtime every night. This is for the betterment of the children and the peace of mind of their caretakers. When children are regularly permitted to go to bed late or have no...read more
Why It's Important to Teach Your Child Gratitude Children who learn a sense of gratitude when they're young are better positioned for happiness later in life. While it is important to teach your child life skills like saying please and thank you, it is even more...read more
The Witching Hour Surviving the Witching Hour Wryly referred to as “the witching hour”, early evening can be the most exhausting and frustrating daily timeslot for busy mums. Older children arrive home from after school activities, hungry and bursting to tell the...read more