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Read to your child or have your child read to you.READ! 2. Create a consistent after-school routine. Help your child study and complete their homework. 3. Be POSITIVE! Always speak positively about school, learning, and your child's teacher. 4. Encourage! Give your child the opportunity to excel in all areas of their academics. 5. Be sure that your child is getting plenty of rest each night and is ready for school each day. 6. Stay INVOLVED! Make it a point to ask your child about their
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Truly, whoever said that Middle School wasn’t fun? When I was in school, I would definitely say that Middle School were some of my favorite years. I loathed High School so we just won’t go there. Well, this past week while on Twitter, several teachers got to discussing the benefits of sharing things that we ... Read more
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I’m not gonna sugar coat it. I have to be 100% honest. Here goes… I hated doing parent-teacher conferences. Yup. I used the H word. #sorrynotsorry It really has nothing to do with my kiddos or even the parents. It’s just that I already have a million things to do. I am barely staying afloat. […]
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