There are so many parents that are frustrated because they don't know to exercise their rights. The school can not come to you and tell you that they are going to retain your child. There is a process. Click the link to this video to find out more. Don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube … Continue reading Retention or Intervention: Know your Rights
When I found out I was pregnant with my first child, I immediately started thinking about her education. My husband and I started talking about moving to a different zip code so that we could be in the "best" school district. For us, choosing the right school for our child was vital because we wanted … Continue reading There are no great schools only great teachers.
Writing is not a skill that's developed overnight. It takes time, patience, guidance, and a lot of practice. For some reason, we believe that children should be born with the ability to write a fantastic five-paragraph essay that has ideas that flow, vivid details, amazing characters, varying sentences, and includes words that show off their … Continue reading Writing Strategies
"The purpose of special education is to provide equal access to education for children ages birth-21 by providing specialized services that will lead to school success in the general curriculum." One of the greatest myths that we believe about special education is that once a child enters the program, they will be labeled "special ed." forever. … Continue reading Special Education is ok!
Hey Village, By now, you've gotten into the groove of school and have some sort of routine set up. I bet you are rocking it out! Even though you're doing an excellent job with your child, I wanted to send an email to assist you. If your child is in grades K-3rd, he/she is probably … Continue reading Effective Spelling Strategies