- Written by Ann K. Dolin, M.Ed.
- Written by June Allan Corrigan
New beginnings are exciting but often nerve-wracking so don’t be surprised if your child seems a little jittery during the first few weeks of school. You might expect it, especially if it’s their first foray into the academic world, but sometimes you’ll find returning students are just as apprehensive. Not to worry, there are simple steps you can take to assure that both first-timers and veterans alike slide smoothly into class.
- Written by Judy Miller
Anticipation builds as a new school year approaches... What can a parent do to make the transition smooth for their child and themselves? Especially for the child who is attending a traditional school for the first time or going to a new school? Here are some ideas to get everyone ready for school.
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