Parents, It's that time of year again. Summer is over, and it's time to get ready for a new school year. This year is different. There have been many changes due to the pandemic, and it's shifted our schedules, how we view education, and has left a lot of parents to make decisions that may … Continue reading Pandemic Schooling
"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!
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Turning off devices is the key to developing healthy and active children. Year after year, I see an increase in children who are unable to focus in class, complete assigned tasks for more than 20 min., and sit still in the classroom. Not because it’s not engaging... Not because they’ve been diagnosed with a learning … Continue reading Decreasing Screen Time
For students, this is the most exciting time of the year. The end of May means school is ending, and it's a start to a summer filled with fun activities, hanging out with friends, time with family, playdates, jumping in the pool, traveling, extra sleep, and running up the grocery bill. For some, it can … Continue reading Tips for Avoiding Summer Learning Loss