When it is time for your child to transition out of the elementary school into a middle school, what can you do to make the transition a little easier for your son or daughter? How can you help your child learn his or her way around the school? What can you do to help him or her adapt to the larger building and more independent learning methods that typically start in middle school? My third son is about to transition into middle school this coming school year and I am not nearly as worried as I was with my older two. Now, I have the information I need to help him get through the transition with ease. Visit my blog to learn everything you need to know to help your child.
28 July 2016
Public school is not always the best fit for a child. However, many families feel a private education is out of reach due to the cost. After parents sit down and take a look at what is best for their child, they can then work on a financial solution. There are a few different ways to afford a private school when on a budget. Payment Plans Most private schools offer the option to pay the tuition amount in full, or by utilizing a 10-month payment plan.
30 March 2016
Morning meetings are an idea that has become popular in many private schools. Essentially, the children and the teacher have a brief discussion about the day and perform other simple activities to get the day off to a fun start. If your child is transitioning from a public school, they may struggle with this idea. Here's how you can help. What Happens During Morning Meeting? Morning meetings take place every day and follow a pretty simple schedule.
20 January 2016
High school is certainly an important time in a teenager's life, and choosing to send your high schooler to a private or public school can be a challenging decision. There are benefits and drawbacks to both types of schools, so before you make a final decision, be sure you have all of the facts to make the best choice for your teenager. Here is some information about each type of school to help you make a more informed decision.