The new school year is in full swing. Students are now used to waking up early, doing homework, and rushing to extracurricular activities. Now is the time to assess how things are going and decide if things are going well or if some adjustments need to be made.
Think about these four areas and discuss them with your child. Talk about how things are going and what needs to change in order to have a successful school year.
Reflecting on your child’s school day and being aware of their academic progress will help navigate the new challenges of the school year. Reach out to your local School Liaison with questions regarding post-secondary preparation, scholarships, transitions, and more.
Students will be returning to school soon, and with that return comes preparation, including back-to-school shopping and attending tryouts or practices for sports or other extracurricular activities. Don’t overlook preparing your kids for the impact of their actions and words.
Ensuring children are ready to succeed in school is something every parent strives for and is one of the most important topic areas addressed by teachers.
For many children, the “before school” routine is a distant memory, but as many schools begin to reopen, parents and kids will need to adjust to the new learning environment.