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Middle Years Newsletter: August 2019

Middle Years Newsletter August 2019

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Middle Years Newsletter: April 2019

Middle Years Newsletter April 2019 Year-end planning: As the school year winds down, your child’s schedule will fill up with exams, projects, and events. To stay on top of everything, she might write obligations on a wall . . .

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Middle Years Newsletter: March 2019

Respect: The 4th R. Treating people with respect can help your tween form strong relationships with classmates, teachers, and family members. Consider these ideas to help your middle grader show consideration for others. Look for . . .

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Middle Years Newsletter: March 2019

Respect: The 4th R Treating people with respect can help your tween form strong relationships with classmates, teachers, and family members. Consider these ideas to help your middle grader show consideration for others. Look for . . .

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Middle Years Newsletter: February 2019

Making up work: When your child returns to school after being absent, remind her to ask her teachers about make up work. She’ll avoid missing out on learning, and she’ll make sure she has material that may appear on a quiz or . . .

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Middle Years Newsletter, December 2018

Creative Tweens     Ever wonder what happened to your singing, doodling, spontaneous child? He or she is still there! Since middle graders are usually more self-conscious, they might need a little coaxing to . . .

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Middle Years Newsletter November 2018

Study Secrets Revealed:   Anna knows what she needs to accomplish when she sits down to study. She stays focused and tends to remember the material. Her secret? Strong study skills! Share these strategies with your tween! . . .

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Middle Years Newsletter September 2018

A+ Organizing Strategies     As the school year gets underway, your middle grader will be calmer and more confident if she knows she's on top of things. Strategies like these can help her get organized.  1. Create . . .

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